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D Magazine January 1996

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BEST & WORST

SOME THINGS GO ON FOREVER, IT SEEMS. AND SO DOES BEST & WORST, THIS MAGAZINE’S ANNUAL compendium of the people and events-the lovable, the laughable, and the loathsome-that made up 1995. It’s time once more for us to congratulate and castigate, to smile and revile, to praise and raze as we recall the wonders and blunders of the year gone by.
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Coming: a Cell-Phone Frenzy

As competition heats up, a price war is likely.
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DINING OUT NEW RESTAURANT REVIEWS Tramontana Wafts in with Sweet Temptations

Also: The Adriatic, La Petite Maison, and Cenaduria Mexicana
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Does Dallas Get the Picture?

A fistful of dollars may bring mo’ movie money to the area.
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FAMILIES Gangsta Chic: The Look That Kills?

A tattoo, a line from a song, a certain look or gesture: Any of these could mark your kid as a potential target of gang violence. Learn the warning signs that could save your child’s life.
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Gamblin’ Man

In debt, a Park Cities sociology major turns to crime.
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Is The Ticket Still Good?

The sports station’s new bosses say yes, but Paul the Damn Viking is out.
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PEOPLE HAIL AND FAREWELL

Saying goodbye to 43 significant people who left us in 1995
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SPORTS SIDEBAR THE OWNERS, ANALYZE’D

Jerry Jones, the ex-athlete, runs the Cowboys like a cold-blooded businessman. Don Carter, who never played the game, runs the Mavericks like an awestruck fan.
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SPORTS TOO NICE TO BE SUCCESSFUL?

As owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Don Carter is a Stetson-waving icon.
As a businessman, he follows his heart and his faith, which can lead him to pour millions into a losing cause. It doesn’t add up-until you look at his balance sheet.
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