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D Magazine April 1990

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BUSINESS The Trials of Bill Moore

A CEO’s nightmare: How can my government do this to me?
By Sally Giddens
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CRANDALL’S LATEST GAME

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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DYING TO BELONG

A new kind of youth gang is spreading over the city, defending their turf with automatic weapons and random, mindless violence. Here’s the story of one gang chieftain who tried to go straight-and the remarkable woman who tried to help him.
By LYNN KUNTZ
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FIRST PERSON RIP, Billy Martin

April means baseball and a toast to the little skipper, that SOB.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith
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HEIST COUTURE

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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Highway FROM HELL

THE CENTRAL REDO IS HERE! GET READY FOR THE DRIVING DISASTER OF THE DECADE!
By D Magazine
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HOME The Secret Meaning of Stuff

Four cool collections and the people who grew them.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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LOW PROFILE Gorilla in Our Midst

A creature of habitat faces big changes at the Dallas Zoo.
By CHRIS THOMAS
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PARTING SHOT APRIL 2010: ONE MONTH IN THE WAR ON DRUGS

PARTING SHOT APRIL 2010: ONE MONTH IN THE WAR ON DRUGS
By Chris Tucker
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TECHNOLOGY Modem Operandi

Oh, so this is what my home computer is for. . .
By Jeff Posey
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THE CITY Take the D-Train

Other cities have survived downtown rail. But can Dallas?
By TERRY MAXON
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THE LAST HONEST SPORTS AGENTS

In a world of unethical agents, can an old ex-coach sign NBA stars, keep the client’s best interests at heart (even when the client doesn’t), make money, and hold onto his self-respect? Bill Blakeley thinks so.
By BRUCE SELCRAIG