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D Magazine July 1991

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ADVENTURES The Ultimate Runaround

If you can run, drink beer, and sing raunchy songs, you can hash.
By Dan Baldwin
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AIR WARS

By Eric Celeste
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DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE SHOPPING ART ENTERATAINMENT MUSIC
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Crime

Fatal Obsessions

Nobody connected Joy Aylor, the wellbred daughter of a wealthy developer, with the brutal murder of her husband’s lover. Then Joy’s own sister, the black sheep of the family, decided to get even.
By Glenna Whitley
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FIRST PERSON My Brother, My Friend

Sometimes, if we’re lucky, a relative becomes much more than kin.
By SHEILA TAYLOR
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JUST STAY HOME

By Catherine Newton
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NAKED CITY The Candy Factor

Why has ripping off the public become our national pastime?
By LAURA MILLER
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PETS ’R US

The urban ark is filled not only with dogs and cats, but also tarantulas, pot-bellied pigs, and fainting goats. If we are what we pet, we’ve got some explaining to do.
By Rod Davis
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POLITICS Talking Trash, Doing Nothing

Has Dallas decided that saving the planet is just too darn much trouble?
By Dennis Holder
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SECOND THOUGHTS ON THE SUPER COLLIDER

It’s a symbol of the new Texas economy. It may prove that we can beat the Japanese, at least on the subatomic level. But will this megabillion-dollar project put bread on the table in North Texas?
By Allan Freedman