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D Magazine August 1992

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A Tex-Mex Lover’s Guide to Dallas

Now that we’ve been reminded of what good Mexican food is supposed to taste like, we have a Whole new appreciation for the genre.
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Biker Rules

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CRITICAL EYE Is It Curtains for Theatre Three?

Exactly when should the life support of an arts company be pulled?
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Designs on Mexico

More and more U.S. companies are looking across the border for business action. They’ll find that one firm is way ahead of them, thanks to Dallas architect Armando Gallardo.
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E.T. Perot

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Eating Around TOWN

The newest tastes, the biggest trends.
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EDITOR’S NOTE

Border Crossings
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JULIA!

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In The Mood For Music

It’s a month of swing and sing when Channel 13 airs five extraordinary specials that pay tribute to the lives and artistry of some of America’s most celebrated entertainers.
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RACE AGAINST TIME

Like May’s violent explo-sions in Los Angeles, the often bitter racial divisions still troubling Dallas didn’t come out of nowhere. Three little-known books give us historical perspective.
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SENSE OF THE CITY Rhetorical Gridlock: Is Anybody Listening?

Isn’t it true, Senator, that you’ll never answer my question?
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Shrink Stink

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The Baby Market

If you want to adopt a baby these days, you’ve got to polish up your résumé, learn how to write an ad and pro-mote yourself like mad.
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The New Cafe Society

The cosmopolitan custom of coffee and conversation is fueling a welcome renaissance in Dallas.
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THE WAY WE LIVE Paranoia and Peanut Butter Sandwiches

My mother was turning our house into Bum Central.
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TRAVEL Hiking to Heaven

Crested Butte isn’t my Brigadoon, my Utopia; it’s more my Room of One’s Own.
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