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D Magazine February 1992

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A Danger to Himself and Others

Lew Perryman, a sometimes violent manic-depressive, was sheltered by family wealth and protected by judges and cops. Last summer he went on a murderous rampage. Who should share the blame?
By Mark Donald
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A WAY WITH WORDS

Four serious letter writers talk about their relationships with pen and paper – by Julie Ryan
By D Magazine
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ART UND SOUL

Maverick gallery owner Eugene Binder went to the New Germany looking for a better market for Dallas artists. He found something more important.
By Rod Davis
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ARTS On the Record

Winning the record promo game takes more than sex, drugs and gimmicks.
By KIRBY F. WARNOCK
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BOOKS Finding the Firsts

A book report on the area’s most collectible first editions.
By Dan Baldwin
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DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE TRAVEL EVENTS ART DANCE FOOD VIDEO
By D Magazine
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EDUCATION See Dick Build a Tepee

An East Dallas preschool teaches kids that it’s no longer a white-bread world.
By Glenna Whitley
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FIRST PERSON The Reluctant Dallasite

Overdressed and obnoxious-that was my impression of this city.
By JIM SHAHIN
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LOW PROFILE Believing in Magic

Aspiring magician George Millward won’t settle for the illusion of success.
By Spencer Michlin
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UNCERTAIN TIMES

Stressed out? In need of solitude? Escape for the weekend to a place in East Texas where everything is more certain than you might think.
By Rod Davis
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What really Killed the Herald

II wasn’t murder. Was it suicide?
By Jim Schutze