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D Magazine March 1993

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CRITICAL EYE The Phantom Unmasked

The Phantom of the Opera is the most sumptuous feast ever served to the American audience.
By Porter Anderson
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The Father, The Son and The Cowboys

He was a wide receiver for the Cowboys, and then he wrote North Dallas Forty. Now he has a 16-year-old son who sees the team and the sport very differently than he did.
By Peter Gent
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THE FOOD OF DALLAS

A SHOPPER’S GUIDE TO THE BEST OF EVERYTHING.
When it conies to food, Dallas is like one big supermarket, its aisles stretching out across the city, through individual neighborhoods and into the suburbs, its shelves stocked with vegetarian tamales, thyme pies, crawfish ravioli, sashimi, free-range chicken, Black Forest ham, ancho chilies and fresh baguettes. It’s a dazzling cornucopia, a palatable explosion of flavors, textures and fragrances, mingled with the differing tastes of dozens of gastronomic adven
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The Rescuers

By Elizabeth Robbins
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THE SECOND LIFE OF RAY WYLIE HUBBARD

TWENTY YEARS AGO THE WROTE “UP AGAINST THE WALL, REDNECK MOTHER,” A HONKY-TONK ANTHEM OF THE OUTLAW MUSIC SCENE. THE LOST HIGHWAY ALMOST TOOK HIM DOWN, BUT HE’S BACK WITH A NEW GRIP ON LIFE AND A NEW RECORD.
By Chris Tucker
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THE WAY WE LIVE The Shock of the New

I like old. New suburbs, to me, are like Space Station Alpha.
By Jim Schutze