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    Letters

    Desi-land For the sake of humanity: I was impressed by your incisive, observant and factual reporting ("Across the Great Divide," by Mark Donald, August 28). I regret to say that talent such as yours is desperately in short supply. Considering the w...

    on September 4, 2003
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    How You Doin'? - Plus: Never Been Kissed; Wanted

    How You Doin'? At 5-foot-8 and 115 pounds, actor Joey Steakley, 23, probably won't be playing growling hulks like Stanley Kowalski anytime soon. But having a delicate build hasn't kept Steakley, a Snyder, Texas, native and '02 SMU theater grad, from...

    on September 4, 2003
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    Search Party - Bill Parcells is looking for a few good men. Good luck.

    The whistle blows loudly. Again and again, the same shrill noise. Bill Parcells doesn't care. It's a few days after the first preseason game, and the football-oriented part of practice ended some time ago. Since then, the Boys have been running wind ...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Warm Welcome - A model mid-cities immigrant education program takes hold

    Outside, the broiling summer sun had vanished and an afternoon downpour was beating against the office window of Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District teacher/administrator Acela Hernandez Paliotta. With little prompting she began a quiet ...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Where Credit is Due - When the Morning News got scooped, it passed the exit for the high road

    We could almost pity the poor Dallas Morning News writers covering the investigation into alleged NCAA rule violations at Baylor University that arose out of the murder of basketball player Patrick Dennehy. Them poor bastards got scooped--with a capi...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Blue Man Blues - Police department problems aren't black, white or brown

    Everybody's got his racial jacket on with this police department thing. I'm getting e-mails from white folks, many of whom don't even live in the city, saying the Dallas Police Department is in a mess because it's been taken over by black people. T...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Letters - Too Damn Scary Virginia Speaks

    Too Damn Scary Deep Ellum blues: Thank you for writing this article! I live and work in Deep Ellum ("Cruising for a Bruising," by Zac Crain, August 14). I have an apartment on Walton, work at Sol's Taco Lounge and drive the three to four blocks to w...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Brite Idea - Plus: Cover Up; Sack of Kittens; Net Gains

    Brite Idea Smokers really do have it rough. They've been banned from restaurants and kicked out of most other buildings; plus there's always the chance of lung cancer looming up ahead. But maybe the worst, most irritating time for the tobacco-addic...

    on August 21, 2003
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    Cruising for a Bruising - The truth about Deep Ellum crime

    The guy barreling this way has been in trouble before. Maybe as recently as five, 10 minutes ago. He's a handful, 6 feet and change, 200 pounds of biceps and beer belly barely contained by his tight white T-shirt. Which is clearly splattered with blo...

    on August 14, 2003
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    Comic Appeal - Comic books for adults? Not in Dallas.

    Dallas has become known as the city in which they bust racy comic books, a reputation it has earned now that Jesus Castillo's legal appeals have been exhausted. Castillo, a manager of Keith's Comics in East Dallas, became something of a cause clb...

    on August 14, 2003
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    So Sorry - DMN publisher to staff: "My bad."

    We here at Buzz central are poor prognosticators. In succession, we've put our money on Gore, Iraq and Gigli. Last week, however, we thought we had a sure thing. We bet that readers and media-watchers would be outraged when they read that Dallas Morn...

    on August 14, 2003
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    Science Fiction - Why would we even think about giving this guy his own crime lab?

    You want to understand what's wrong with Dallas City Hall, to say nothing of the police department? Think about this: A year ago Dallas police were caught making cases against more than 70 defendants based on fake drug evidence. Now the city manage...

    on August 14, 2003
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    Letters

    Crime City The blame game: While everyone talks about how horrible the crime rate is in Dallas, it seems everyone is pointing fingers ("No. 1 With a Bullet," July 31, and "Protection Racket," August 7, by Jim Schutze). Well, add mine to the list, be...

    on August 14, 2003
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    Crime Bites - Plus: From Funland to La-La Land

    Crime Bites Why is Dallas No. 1 in crime among big U.S. cities for the sixth straight year? Because of you, you scum. That's right. According to city and police officials, Dallas residents 1) are more inclined to report crimes; 2) have nicer, more s...

    on August 14, 2003
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    Porn Pawns - The kings of smut escape while the feds cook up small fry like former Dallas cop Garry Ragsdale

    Had he not been working off-duty at a T.G.I. Friday's in suburban Arlington five years ago, he likely wouldn't be in this mess. But Garry Ragsdale was there when a seedy opportunity knocked. He swung the door wide open. In fall 1997, the square-...

    on August 7, 2003
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    MADD Again - With Texas No. 1 in DWI deaths, MADD gets down to business

    Though her enthusiastic manner does not suggest it, Margaret Collins, when pressed, admits to a growing frustration. Still, as she sits in her Stemmons high-rise office, the executive director of the Dallas-area chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drive...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Queer Means "Odd" - Why the News downsized its gay stories

    In this week's episode of Queer Views for the Straight News, we tune in to find the very straight, very sober Dallas Morning News in a tizzy as it tries to figure out just how modern it is supposed to be. Some background: On July 6, the paper began...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Protection Racket - John Wiley Price has Bolton's back, and we all suffer for it

    Does Dallas really have the worst crime rate of any big city in the nation? And we didn't know that? And what is the chief, nuts? Yes. There are whole layers of history here that have never been shared with the public. First of all, Dallas polic...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Much Ado - Was the Morning News wrong to send an intern on a jailhouse interview? No.

    Here's how Shani George, a 20-year-old intern at The Dallas Morning News, got the biggest scoop in the country last week. Here's why her interview and subsequent front-page exclusive story caused other journalists to wag their fingers at the News. An...

    on August 7, 2003
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    Letters

    The Summer of Crime Mayor Miller, please help us: Your article put into words what my family and I have personally experienced ("No. 1 With a Bullet," by Jim Schutze, July 31). In the three years that we have lived in Dallas (a city that I dearly lo...

    on August 7, 2003
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