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D Magazine November 1988

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BRAVO!

When a brilliant composer falls in love with a songbird soprano, an opera is born. And Dallas plays the part of the proud midwife.
By Patsy Swank
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DALLAS’S OTHER BILLIONAIRE

LAST OCTOBER 20, WHILE OTHER INVESTORS TREMBLED, PRAYED, OR SOLD, HAROLD SIMMONS BOUGHT. BIG.
By ROB LALLIER
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EATING AROUND CHATEAUBRIAND’S WELCOME RETURN

Also: Satay, Stevie V’s, Cafe Le Jardin, Hard Shell Cafe, Lena’s Place
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Why Bring It Up Now? Reflections On A Painful Era
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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ENTERTAINING MOVEABLE FEASTS

Retro dining is here in the form of the age-old progressive meal.
By Lisa Kestler
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PARTING SHOT

Not With A Bang But A Commercial: The Real Losers On November 8
By Chris Tucker
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POLITICS TAKING THE FIFTH

After the 1990 census, Dallas’s Fifth Congressional District will be a battleground for warring politicos.
By PAUL COGGINS
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The Day the village DIED!

Now that a new law forbids all-adult apartment complexes, it’s goodbye to relentless partying, mindless hedonism, and all those other things that make single life worth living.
By Brad Bailey
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TRAVEL OFF THE BEATEN SCHUSS

Skiers in the mood for adventure can try these quirky or quiet slopes.
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WAS DALLAS A CITY OF HATE?

How has an entire city come to bear the blame for the crime of one man?
By LAWRENCE WRIGHT