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D Magazine March 1992

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BOOM TOWN

New homes, new jobs-a whole new mega-city is spring-ing up 20 minutes west of Dallas. If you’ve wondered where the Metroplex is headed, this is it.
By NINA FLOURNOY
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DIVERSIONS

PEOPLE TRAVEL EVENTS ART DANCE FOOD VIDEO
By D Magazine
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eating OUT LOUD

We asked and they told us. A dozen of Dallas’ best chefs speak up on their favorite meals from other people’s restaurants.
By Mary Brown Malouf
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EDITOR’S NOTE

EDITOR’S NOTE ONE MAN’S LIFE REVEALED
By MELISSA HOUTTE
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FIRST PERSON The Trouble with Tots

It’s not that I hate children, but enough is enough.
By ELLISE GUNNELL
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LAW EDISORDER

FOR TWO YEARS, COCKRELL HILL MAYOR SAM RODRIGUEZ HAS MEDDLED IN POLICE AFFAIRS-CANCELING DRUG RAIDS, SIDING WITH PRISONERS AGAINST HIS OWN COPS AND FORCING OUT OFFICERS WHO DEFIED HIM. HE SAYS THEY’RE RACIST. THEY SAY HE’S DRUNK ON POWER.
By Eric Celeste
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MUSIC A Sentimental Journey

David Card looks back on 15 years of booking bands and beating the system.
By JIM SHAHIN
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PARTING SHOT DAVID DUKE’S MEDIA PROBLEM- AND EVERYONE’S

PARTING SHOT DAVID DUKE’S MEDIA PROBLEM- AND EVERYONE’S
By Chris Tucker
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POLITICS Baptism by Fire

Don Hicks says a “class war” cost southern Dallas 800 jobs.
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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RATS!

By Eric Celeste
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SPORTS The Shu Fits

John Shumate teaches-and cares. But can he win with SMU’s standards?
By Eric Celeste
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STREET SMARTS

How To Avoid Being A Victim With Detective J. J. Bittenbinder
By D Magazine
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Stripped Bare

It was once the most exclusive store in town. But hard times and a bitter. family fight broke Lou Lattimore.
By EMILY BENEDEK