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D Magazine October 1988

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CAR-BON COPIES

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, there’s a lot of flattery in the new ’89 lineup.
By Preston Lerner
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EATING AROUND HEDARY’S: LUSCIOUS LEBANESE

Also: Caffé Paparazzi, Riscky’s Barbecue, Tutti Pazzi, Leo’s Seafood Grill
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S PAGE

United We Stand, Divided We Die
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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HIRED HEADS

In today’s courtrooms, there’s an expert witness for every occasion. But are they concerned with justice-or just their fees?
By Larry Upshaw
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OLDTOWN SHOPPING CENTER

WELCOME TO OLD TOWN WHERE THE FINEST IN SHOPPING IS ALWAYS IN STYLE
By D Magazine
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PARTING SHOT

Top Forty Politics: Rockin’ Republicans Kick Out The Jams!
By Chris Tucker
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SMU ONE YEAR AFTER KEN PYE

The man who rode in to clean up SMU talks about sweeping change: more minorities, cleaner athletics, higher standards, and the changing role of a college president.
By Chris Tucker
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THE FINAL Journey Of Jean Meziere

Stricken by cancer, a gifted photographer enters the netherworld of faith healers and quack cures.
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THE RITALIN CONTROVERSY

Once hailed as the miracle medicine for hyperactive kids, Ritalin is under increasing attack from parents who claim that it is overused. Is it a wonder drug? Or are we treating childhood as if it were a disease?
By Sara Ivey
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What’s FOR DINNER

It’s the battle cry of the Eighties. At last, answers to the question that haunts every working adult: how to put in ten hours during the day and still put supper on the table at night. Store the stockpot and hide the potholders-here are sixty-two people who will cook dinner for you-and thirty-one of them will even bring it right to your door.
By Lucie Nelka