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D Magazine October 1989

Cover Story

Ecstasy & Agony at the Starck Club

In the slammin’, trippin’, electrofunk, chem-crazed, wild-eyed world of the New Wave Society, Dino was the prince of the night.
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BUERGER FOR KING?

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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BUSINESS Slick Rick

How the son of Robert Strauss sweetened a sweetheart deal.
By Sally Giddens
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EDITOR’S NOTE

THE REBIRTH OF A MAGAZINE
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FACT

By D Magazine
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FASHION Invasion of the Vogue Bambini

Moms applaud as three Dallas women make Euro-style kidstuff their business.
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FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith
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LOW PROFILE The Selling of the DMA

Can marketing whiz Pam Wendland do for art what she did for Slurpees?
By Kimberly Goad
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MAD, MAD MATTOX

Is the bad boy of Texas politics a) corrupt; b) a guileless megalomaniac; c) the establishment’s whipping boy; d) a vicious campaigner with an eye for the jugular; and e)-GULP-the next governor of Texas?
By Brad Bailey
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PARTING SHOT

ABORTION: THE NEVER-ENDING STRUGGLE
By Chris Tucker
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RETRO Hot Dog Mayor

When J. Waddy Tate was around, running Dallas was fun.
By Tom Peeler
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SPORTS The Other Jones

An ode to Too Tall, the last real Cowboy.
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THE CITY A Fairer Fair Park?

Putting park money into the neighborhood is payola to some, an investment to others.
By Jeff Posey
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THE SEARCH FOR INTELLIGENT LIFE IN DALLAS

Who says that intellectual life in America is confined to Berkeley and Greenwich Village? Dallas has a burgeoning universe of poets, prophets, philosophers, gurus, savants, and other assorted thinkers to teach us that learning never stops.
By MARTHA HEIMBERG
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TRAVELThe Accidental Trekker

From Highland Park to the Himalayas-I faced a world without hair dryers.
By MARGARET NATHAN
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WRIGHT OR WRONG?

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons