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D Magazine April 1992

AN EYE OF HER OWN

By Porter Anderson

APRIL CALENDAR

By D Magazine

BUSINESS The Handmade Tale

Crafts are a family business-a big one-for the Coomer clan.
By Kathryn Jones

DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE TRAVEL EVENTS ART DANCE FOOD VIDEO
By D Magazine

EDITOR’S NOTE PORTER ANDERSON WILL GET YOUR ATTENTION

EDITOR’S NOTE PORTER ANDERSON WILL GET YOUR ATTENTION
By MELISSA HOUTTE

FIRST PERSON A Trip to Kostroma

An SMU professor tastes a life of hardships in one Russian city.
By STEPHEN WEGREN

George Bush, TOO

By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons

KEEPING THE FAITH

By Cecil Sharp

LET’R RIP

By D Magazine

LIVING Bright Harvest

Lovers of fresh produce, and farmers, benefit from a new plan.
By KARA KUNKEL

PARTY LINE

By Spencer Michlin

PERRYMAN, TAKE TWO

By Chris Tucker

RELIGION The Terror of the Televangelists

He’s a muckraker for God-and a thorn in the side of Robert Tilton.
By Casey Miller

Sibling Style

By ANNE WARREN

SNAFUS 101

By Eric Celeste

THE ART of THE CON

Old age was hard enough for Dmitri Vail, a proud but for-gotten artist. Then he met Bernard Dolenz, a lawyer who made his last years a nightmare.
By Glenna Whitley

THE FICUS AFFAIR

By Eric Celeste

THE HUMAN FACTOR

By Patsi Aucoin

Who’s Afraid Of Richard Hamburger?

When the Dallas Theater Center named its new artistic director, tongues wagged. Now, on the eve of his arrival In Dallas, Richard Hamburger discusses his new town, his fondness for socially significant stagework and his pursuit of that elusive thing called art.
By Porter Anderson