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D Magazine June 1989

Acknowledgements

By D Magazine

ART A PERSONAL MYTHOLOGY

East Dallas artist Lee Smith turns memories of a suburban childhood into Day-Glo wonders.
By GARY MCDONALD

CRIME SATANIC CURSES

White, upper-middle-class, low-achieving teenagers are increasingly vulnerable to devil worship cults. Why? Because “Kids make great victims.”
By Carlton Stowers

DANCE CLUBS

By D Magazine

ECLECTIC

By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

Not In My Nay-borhood! The Swelling Clamor of Negativism
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

Eduardo Mata

By D Magazine

LAW WHOSE CASE IS IT, ANYWAY?

The government says it offered immunity to socialite Carol Peeler,
accused of tax fraud. Apparently, her attorney had other ideas. Now she’ll do prison time.
By Sally Giddens

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MEDICAL UPDATE

By D Magazine

MONEY BEYOND WALL STREET

In the wake of the 1987 crash and scandal in the stock market, here’s a guide to the care and feeding of your stockbroker.
By Sally Giddens

PARTING SHOT

Summer Jobs: The Good, The Bad, and The Greasy
By Chris Tucker

PUBS & TAVERNS

By D Magazine

RESTAURANTS FRESCO FEVER

A tour of old favorites and new finds in patio wining and dining.
By Betty Cook

Room Tour

By D Magazine

STREET TALK

By D Magazine

SUMMER PLEASURES

Our guide to cool characters, hot tips, best buys, must sips, and dozens of other winning ways to do a Dallas summer. Plus: the premiere of the Summer Pleasures calendar. Tear it out and keep it handy for three months of sizzling fun!

THE HOTDOGS OF SUMMER

Hotdogs. They’re the cocky, bold showoffs of summer-and they’re ready to strut their stuff.
By D Magazine

THE JAPANESE ARE COMING

In fact, they’re here-in numbers larger than many want to admit. It’s no secret that we’re prime plucking for foreign investors. The question is, are we selling control of the city?
By Brux Austin

THE REAL J.R.

By Sally Giddens

Wine BARS

By D Magazine