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D Magazine March 1990

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BUSINESS Zim and the Art of Hotel Magic

In Bob Zimmer’s world, luxury, ecology, and profit commune as one.
By Chris Tucker
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CARS Up to Speed

Dallas’s racy pro drivers are our best-kept sports secret.
By Dan Baldwin
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EDITOR’S NOTE

THE AIDS PLAGUE UPDATED
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FASHION Soft Wear at Work

Pulling the plug on Power Dressing makes business sense of style.
By Kimberly Goad
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FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith
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GOOD CAPPS, BAD CAPPS

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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HEALTH Out of Order

As a manic-depressive, I never know where my life will turn.
By JANET CARO MURPHY
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JUDGING JOHN VANCE

What’s a nice guy like you doing in a #@!* place like this?
By Sally Giddens
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MUSIC Garland Home Companion

Folk hero David Holt doesn’t fiddle with tradition-he preserves it.
By Dennis Holder
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OLDER Children

My thirty-three-year-old friend Liz was enjoying a close Personal relationship that didn’t exclude the possibility of marriage and, eventually, children. Since her personal life Looked promising, when she went in for her yearly checkup. she asked her OB/GYN to reaffirm that all motherhood systems were go. His reply? “Everything looks fine, but my advice to you is do it now.” Sure. Right. She re-upped her pill supply, pushed the now-deafening tick of the biological clock toward the back of her brain pan, gr
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POLITICS Of Primary Importance

Thanks to TV (and Tom Luce), Big D’s the key to the GOP governor’s race.
By Dave McNeely
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THE AURA OF MURDER

Lakewood psychologist Jill Bounds believed that her soul was ready for the next world. Then someone decided to help her along.
By Glenna Whitley