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D Magazine June 1991

ASCAP FLAP

By Tim Schuller

BUCHMEYER VS. DALLAS

This is a story of truth (Was he lying?), justice (Is he fair?), and the Dallas way (Who really runs this city?). At the eye of the storm is a
lonely, middle-aged man who says he is simply following, not making, the law.
By Dennis Holder

BUSINESS Arch of Triumph

In the inner city, McDonald’s can be a gateway out for ambitious kids.
By Rod Davis

DALLAS BY Design

By Liz Dawson

DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE SHOPPING ART ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC
By D Magazine

EARL’S PEARLS

By Eric Celeste

EXPRESS WATCH

By D Magazine

FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith

FROM HERE TO ANASAZI

Looking for an escape, I went to the ancient cliff-dwellings of Arizona lm that place of terrible beauty, I found the way home.
By Rod Davis

JUNE CALENDAR

By D Magazine

LET’R RIP

By D Magazine

MEDIA Judgment in Waco

How Channel 8 got hit with a record $58 million libel verdict.
By Carlton Stowers

MUSIC Cosmic Cowgirl

Betty Buckley’s big voice is drowning out the “Memory” of “Eight Is Enough.”
By Michael Pellecchia

NAKED CITY She Had A Dream

Her desire to help disadvantaged kids cost her much more than money.
By LAURA MILLER

SMELLING TROUBLE

By Robert V. Camuto

SPORTS Net Gains

Street basketball games are won or lost months before in a lonely gym.
By Eric Celeste

THE BREAKAWAY

By D Magazine

TROUBLE IN THE BUBBLE

Kids growing up in the Park Cities learn that wealth and privilege bring problems of their own – among them incessant pressure, growing alcohol abuse, and parents who may not know how to say no.
By Glenna Whitley