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D Magazine October 1991

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A DAY AT THE RACES

You want exactas? Perfectas? Trisuperfectas? Here’s a railbird’s-eye view of Trinity Meadows, our new pony palace on the prairie.
By GLENN MITCHELL
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BOOKS Bosoms, Biceps, and Best Sellers

After 50 romance novels, Sandra Brown is rich. Now she’s getting serious.
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DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE TRAVEL EVENTS ART DANCE FOOD VIDEO
By D Magazine
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LOW PROFILE The Minority of Minorities

Robert Hsueh wants to turn up the volume for Asian-Americans.
By CHAY FLORENTINO-HOFILENA
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NAKED CITY A Visit With Tinky’s Mom

Should Patricia Griffin get another chance? Or has she already had too many?
By LAURA MILLER
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PARTING SHOT

NEW MAPS OF HOPE: BREAKING OUT OF THE TRAP OF RACE
By Chris Tucker
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SPORTS Honor Guards

This season, it’s now or never for the Mavericks’ heart and soul.
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THE INTERNATIONAL CROQUET ASSOCIATION’S MASTERS of CROQUET TOURNAMENT

Croquet Sport of aristocrats, back-yard pastime. The International Croquet Association combines both the historic glamour and the grass-roots appeal of one of America’s fastest-growing sports in the third annual Masters of Croquet tournament. From October 16 through 19, Dallas welcomes IGA’s field of international competitors to Dallas and to the accredited croquet lawn of the Loews Anatole Hotel.
By BIJOU BOURLAND
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THE POWER & THE IMAGE

Is Channel 8’s John McCaa a black anchor or an anchor who is black? Does it matter-to him, to viewers, to the ratings, to the city?
By Rod Davis
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THE SEDUCTION OF GLORIA GRADY

When she sought counseling for a weight problem, it began a seven-year nightmare for her parents. Influenced by a Christian psychologist, Gloria
“remembered” a childhood of abuse, devil worship, even murder. Her parents say it’s all a lie.
By Glenna Whitley
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TRAVEL A Stranger in Paradise

Bubboa eats, drinks, and gawks his way across Grenada.