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D Magazine July 1990

ART’S BAD BOY

Can an impish scholar with a starvingartist budget and a talent for ruffling feathers give Dallas the museum it deserves?
By Glenna Whitley

BUSINESS Master Harold and the Board

Lockheed dodged Harold Simmons this time. But next year…
By WILLIAM G. SMITH

CELEBRATE! A Capitol Fourth 1990

Wednesday, July 4, at 7 p.m. on 13
By D Magazine

COMIC RELIEF

By Amy Martin

DAYTIME 13&2

By D Magazine

EDITOR’S NOTE

A LOVE-HATE RELATIONSHIP
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

FIRST PERSON Standing By Death

When you watch a life slip away, you look for meaning in your own.
By JAMES SALLIS

FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith

GOING OUT

By D Magazine

HANDICAPPED-OR HANDY CON?

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

HOSPITALS

By D Magazine

JUL CALENDAR

By D Magazine

KIDSTUFF

By D Magazine

LET’R RIP

By D Magazine

MAKING “THE GAG GAG”

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

MEDIA The Buddy System

Life at Dallas’s first rock magazine wasn’t just a job – it was an attitude.
By KIRBY F. WARNOCK

MISTER WATCH

By D Magazine

MUSIC/THEATER

By D Magazine

NEIGHBORHOODS

By D Magazine

PIPE BOMBS 101

By Tom Dodge

POLITICS

By D Magazine

POPPY AT THE BAT

By Dan Baldwin

PRIMETIME 13&2

By D Magazine

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

By D Magazine

PUBLIC SCHOOLS

By D Magazine

SPECTATOR SPORTS

By D Magazine

STAYING IN

By D Magazine

THE CITY Hart Choices

She may be new, but the city’s problems are old – and they’re growing.
By Jeff Posey

THE ESSENTIALS

By D Magazine

the NEW JEWS

By Mark Donald

THE RUBBER GUN SQUAD

By Glenna Whitley

THE SUBURBS

By D Magazine

TV HIGHLIGHTS

By D Magazine