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D Magazine March 1988

AIDS: SEVEN DAYS IN THE CRISIS

These sixty-one doctors and therapists, victims and volunteers, are fighting the battle against AIDS. So far, they’re losing.
By Skip Hollandsworth

BOOKS ROTTEN APPLE

Can anyone chronicle the fall of New York better than Tom Wolfe? Ayyyyy, fuhgedaboudit.
By Chris Tucker

CARS IMAGE ’88

Move over, Mercedes. Even Mazda has squeezed in on the status car craze.
By Preston Lerner

DALLAS EXPLAINED

By Wendy Bagwell

DEATH FROM THE SKY

When the red phone rings, the bomber crews at Carswell Air Force Base will be ready. You may not know what goes on 34 miles west of Dealey Plaza, but the Soviets sure do.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE

EATING AROUND AGNEW’S: MIXED RESPONSE

Also: Jonathan’s, Koonazz, Tong’s
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

The politics of AIDS: a bitter struggle for compassion and money
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

FROM THE COAST

By D Magazine

GEORGE HARDIE REMEMBERS…

George Hardie cast his collegiate lot with SMU in the 1970s and went on to play professional tennis. Today he’s a Dallas businessman with fond memories of WCT years gone by. Here he reviews the yearly spring ritual, beginning with the first WCT Finals meeting in 1971.
By GEORGE HARDIE

NOTED & QUOTED

By D Magazine

OUR MAN DOWNTOWN

To thousands of Dallas blacks, John Wiley Price is the pipeline to power. The flamboyant county commissioner is a man on a mission. Like his daddy always said, “It’s better to die for a cause than because.”
By Cecil Sharp

PARTING SHOT

Campaign ’88: Who can win? Who can govern?
By Chris Tucker

PROFILES

A brief look at four favorites who will be battling it out during WCT ’88.
By D Magazine

STARK REALITIES

A project by Harvey Phillips and Frank Ryburn is a white jewel in a gritty landscape.
By D Magazine

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

TABLES D’ HAUTE

Three restaurants by Paul Draper titillate our appetites with a visual feast
By D Magazine

This Will Blow You Away

Six Weapons Systems Made At A Defense Plant Near You
By Sally Giddens

UPDATE

By Richard West