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D Magazine February 1991

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A WEDDING GUIDE FOR THE THIRTYSOMETHING BRIDE

WE DO SO YOU’RE A THIRTYSOMETHING BRIDE . . .
By Elizabeth Dawson
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BILLBOARD BY THE DAY NOW THAT THEY CAN DANCE!!

The fabulous Cotten brothers were a couple of divorced fat boys. Then they bought a billboard business, ate popcorn, and cha-cha’d their way to the top of Dallas society.
By MARK SEAL
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FIRST PERSON Cartons of Heartbreak

Perhaps it was my fate to become the grocer of unrequited love.
By JAMES SALLIS
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FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith
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GRAMM STANDING

Driven by ambition and ideology, an awkward A&M economics teacher became one of the most formidable powers in Congress.
Now Phil Gramm is setting his sights on the White House.
By Allan Freedman
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LITIGIOUS SOCIETY The Case of the Killer TV

A domestic spat resulted in a death. Should Panasonic pay?
By KAREN AND MIKE SHROPSHIRE
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NAKED CITY “Two Years of Hell”

A good teacher is a terrible thing to waste-especially in the DISD.
By LAURA MILLER
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POLITICS Their Fair Share

How to solve Dallas’s taxing problems? Bill the burbs, baby.
By Dennis Holder
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RESTAURANT HANG OUTS

In Dallas, a neighborhood hangout may not be around the corner from your front door, but it sure feels like heme when you get there.
By Betty Cook
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REVERSAL OF JUSTICE

When Dallas police officers shot a young man after a high-speed chase, a grand jury was pressured not to indict them. You may not remember the case. The grand jurors have never forgotten.
By LAURA MILLER
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TRAVEL In the Undersea Kaleidoscope

Picture this: a photographic journey with the Cousteau crew.
By DIANA COBB