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D Magazine April 1989

EATING AROUND KRISDA’S: THE TRIUMPH OF ANNIE WONG

Also: Al’s New York Style Deli, Colombo’s
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FOOD THE BITTER TRUTH

If you’re still buying Food Club white vinegar in a nonbreakable container, wake up and smell the raspberries.
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LETTERS

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MAD DOG MULDER

Is the man who sent Randall Dale Adams to Death Row and defends Walker Railey one lowdown, sleazy lawyer? Or a top-seeded gladiator who fights for the thrill of winning?
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MONEY CAVEAT TAXPAYER

What to do (and what not to do) when the IRS says “Prove it.”
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PARTING SHOT

And Now…Johnny, Ted, Oprah, Geraldo, Mort, and Phil Meet Ramses the Great!!
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STREET TALK

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THE CITY NEW AGE TRADING POST

If Dallas wants to be an international marketplace, we’ll have to outgrow some small-town problems.
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The Culture Quotient

EVERY CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL IS FOR POTHOLE REPAIR AND AGAINST CRIME. BUT OPINIONS ARE EASY TO COME BY; WISDOM IS NOT. THAT’S WHY WE ASKED THESE QUESTIONS – TO FIND OUT WHAT OUR WOULD – BE LEADERS REALLY KNOW.
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THE NEW SOCIAL CLIMBERS

Toiling for the arts and diseases has always been the way to break into Dallas society. But now, it’s a whole new, er, ball game. And the playing field is wide open…
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Who Framed Carter High?

The Carter controversy is not really about Gary Edwards. Or football. Or no-pass, no-play. It’s about a desperate teachers’ union struggling for power over administrators. And it’s as ugly as it is unfair.
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