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D Magazine July 1995

24 Great Neighborhoods

Where We Live and Why
By D Magazine

A School for SURVIVORS

For 42 years, Little Folks School in Pleasant Grove has been helping children grow and learn. Despite the problems spawned by crime, drugs, and prostitution, Eula Mae Sanderson and her family refuse to give up on the kids.
By Brad Bailey

ATTRACTIONS

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BLESSED IN THE WEST

By Craig Hanley

BOOZE Cruise

You have to know where to look to find liquor in Dallas. We unlock the secrets of this wet-dry mystery.
By Dan Michalski

D mail

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designs FOR LIVING GREAT HOMES

Mary Grace and Ted Eubank find creative inspiration in a dramatic Spanish Colonial estate.
By Derro Evans

EDITOR’S page

By D Magazine

Gainesville, Texas Where”Texas Hospitality Begins”

The farm roads and byways surrounding Gainesville offer vistas of gently rolling hills and woodlands.
By D Magazine

GUILTY Pleasures

In praise of all those politically incorrect, fattening, mind-rotting things we know we shouldn’t love-but do.
By D Magazine

Highway from HELL

For more than 40 years, Central Expressway has driven commuters crazy. Will the current construction cure the congestion crisis?
By Dan Michalski

HOSPITALS

By D Magazine

JULY attractions

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MODERN TIMES Why the Rich Pack Heat

Even before the legislature made it legal to carry handguns, affluent North Dallas professionals were scared, angry, and ready to fight back.
By WILLIAM SIMON

MUSEUMS

By D Magazine

MUSIC & THEATER

By D Magazine

PEOPLE Multi-Media Mouth

He’s on radio and TV. He writes books and was the country’s first columnist-by-fax. And he says that isn’t enough. What makes Skip Bayless run?
By Dave Sorter

POLITICS

By D Magazine

RESTAURANTS Seafood Spectacular

Summer’s here. Reawaken your taste buds with fresh fish, grilled scallops, tender mussels, succulent oysters, and a veritable smorgasbord of gifts from the sea.
By Jill Harris

SCHOOLS

By D Magazine

Summer Skin

By JULIE VARGO

SWANSON’S WAY

CRITICS LOVE BIG TOWN AND DREAMBOAT, DOUG SWANSON’S DALLAS-BASED DETECTIVE NOVELS. HIS SECRET: SLOW, STEADY WORK-AND DON’T GIVE UP YOUR DAY JOB.
By Carlton Stowers

THE LAW The Price of Polluting

When two Texas millionaires were convicted of dumping tons of toxic waste, a federal judge ordered them to spend millions on kids and the environment.
By GORDON C. ROBBINS

THEN & now

By Tom Peeler

THUMBS DOWN

By D Magazine

THUMBS UP

By D Magazine