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D Magazine August 1989

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CRY OF INNOCENCE

Convicted of a brutal murder she swears she didn’t commit, Joyce Ann Brown has vowed to clear her name-or die trying.
By Brad Bailey
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EDITOR’S PAGE

Fire and Ire: So Much To Overcome
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FASHION THE NEW FAIR-HAIRED BOY

Local designer Todd Oldham is hot on both coasts, but virtually unknown in his home town. That’s about to change in a big way.
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ON TURNING 50

It’s an age that’s decidedly less socially acceptable than forty. But for writer Sheila Taylor, reaching the half-century mark Is an unfolding mystery that-for now, at least-has a happy ending.
By D Magazine
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PARTING SHOT

Attention! Please Rise for a Preview of the Flag Laws
By Chris Tucker
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SPORTS THE COMEBACK OF KEITH BABB

After a devastating accident, his athlete’s heart brought him back to compete again.
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T H E WAX MUSEUM MURDER MYSTERY

Somebody knew that Patsy Wright, owner of the Great Southwest Wax Museum, took a nip of NyQuil to help her sleep. One night, that somebody slipped strychnine in it. That somebody still hasn’t been caught.
By Glenna Whitley
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YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANTS

A readers’ poll of holes-in-the-wall the area’s best to pricey eateries – from funky French dining rooms.
By D Magazine