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D Magazine January 1992

A BOARD BETRAYED?

By Glenna Whitley

A NEW BALLGAME

By Thomas H. Smith

BEST & WORST

By D Magazine

DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE TRAVEL EVENTS ART DANCE FOOD VIDEO
By D Magazine

EARTH RANGER

By Dan Baldwin

EYES IN THE SKY

By Eric Celeste

FIRST PERSON Sunday Morning Special

How I bought a semiautomatic in two minutes-no questions asked.
By Kathryn Jones

FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith

JAN CALENDAR

By D Magazine

LEAVING THE LAW

By Shelley McKinley

LET’R RIP

By D Magazine

METAPHORWATCH

By D Magazine

PROP ART

By ROB LALLIER

RADIO FREE DALLAS?

Capitalism is coming to “the voice of the people.” Can KNON stay solvent without selling out?
By Rod Davis

RELIGION The Hidden Jews

Magda Hinojosa’s last name told only part of the story about her heritage.
By HARRIET P. GROSS

THE ENVIRONMENT Toxic Tech

Mastering the problem of toxic waste is an SMU goal for the ’90s.
By Rebecca Sherman

the gift

The odds against them were 10,000 to 1. How could she hope to give her husband one of her kidneys, and a new life?
By Harriet Gross

THE WES OF THE STORY

By Spencer Michlin

TURF WARS

Anne Duncan was hired to put Dallas on the map as a sports capital. After a year on the job, she answers critics who say she hasn’t gotten the ball rolling.
By Dan Baldwin

UPDATE Abuse of Trust

They came to him for healing. They found a nightmare instead.
By Glenna Whitley