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D Magazine March 1996

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AT HOME Beak Experiences

Want a yard filled with finches, chickadees, and red-bellied woodpeckers this spring? Here’s how to lure them, feed them, and keep them happy.
By MARIANA GREENE
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DESIGN Once Upon a Mattress

Ticking takes on new life with bold patterns and vivid colors.
By MARIANA GREENE
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Drug Tax: Up in Smoke?

A weapon against dealers backfires on authorities.
By D Magazine
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EDITOR’S NOTE Torts and Retorts

Are Lawyers and Lawsuits Destroying America?
By Chris Tucker
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FAMILIES THE SEDUCTIVE DIAGNOSIS

ADHD is the disease of the hour for thousands of Dallas area kids. Ritalin is the drug of choice. But the “disease” may not exist. And the cure can make matters worse.
By Glenna Whitley
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FOOD & DRINK

OUR MONTHLY MENU OF TRENDS & TIDBITS
By D Magazine
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Jesus and the Lawyers

What’s next? Still Life with Ambulance?
By Thomas Korosec
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LAW Dallas’ Top Lawyers

We asked a jury of their peers to identify the city’s most effective attorneys-the major players who are leading the way in their fields. Here’s the verdict.
By Larry Upshaw
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LUXURY HOMES

Terry Worrell Buys T. Boone Pickens Mansion
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Met Life-and Death

A family blames the insurer in a criminal conspiracy suit.
By D Magazine
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OPENERS

WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO: OUR SELECTIVE GUIDE
By D Magazine
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OUT FRONT Is Ron Kirk Up to It?

The mayor needs to fight for Dallas’ future.
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SPORTS Par Excellence!

The players rank 30 of our best and worst private golf courses.
By D Magazine
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THE CITY The Inner Sanctum

Welcome to Preston Trail Golf Club (rumored entrance fee: $75,000) where Hunts and Haggars trade long drives and tall tales. No swimming pool, no tennis, no minors, no women. Just great golf, money, and power.
By Russ Pate
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The Dirtiest Restaurants in Dallas

From hot-dog stands to five-star restaurants, some Dallas restaurants take chances with their customers’ health. In a city where 15 inspectors try to monitor 2,770 restaurants, the results could make you sick.
By Dan Michalski
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URBAN LEGEND OF THE MONTH

Is Atlanta Saying Bad Things About Us?
By SALLY GIDDENS STEPHENSON
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Wanted: A New President for UD

Dallas’ “other” university hits a fork in the road.
By Brad Miner
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YESTERDAY

A Hundred Years Over Par: How Golf Came to Dallas
By Tom Peeler