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D Magazine December 1989

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Ron Chapman Was a Warm and Fuzzy Tyrant

The longtime host of KVIL died in April 2021 at the age of 85. In honor of his life, we reproduce this 1989 profile of Chapman.
By Brad Bailey
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blood money

For years, you’ve opened your veins for the Wadley Blood Bank. What have you gotten in return? Secrecy. Incompetence. Greed. Disease.
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BUSINESS Bullish on Beauty

You may not believe in makeup. But you’ve got to believe in Jinger Heath.
By Shad Rowe
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FASHION Alternative Evenings

Evening angst can be solved with modern ease: no guts, no glory.
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FIRST PERSON The Whole Hearth Catalogue

A humorist’s guide to surviving the season of St. Nick.
By DAVID A. CARTER
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FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith
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LOW PROFILE The Godfather of Greenville Avenue

Joe Campisi wants to set you straight about all this Mafia stuff. Capische?
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MUSIC No Limits

For musician Dennis Gonzalez, creativity prevents “a living death.”
By Tim Schuller
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PARTING SHOT

MAKE MINE MATTOX – FOR NOW, ANYWAY
By Chris Tucker
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QUOTE

By D Magazine
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RETRO A Smashing Idea

When the Katy Railroad needed a boost, he met the challenge-head on.
By Tom Peeler
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THE DINNER PARTY

IN PRAISE OF GOOD FOOD, GOOD WINE, AND-ABOVE ALL-GOOD FRIENDS.
By SHEILA TAYLOR