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    Buzz

    KERA's Wanderer You've got to hand it to KERA president Richie Meyer for coolness under fire. Late last month, The Dallas Morning News, no less, reported on an anonymous letter circulating about Meyer and his wife, KERA vice president Susan Harmo...

    by Glen Warchol on December 7, 1995
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    Compulsive childbirth - Why my third time still wasn't the charm

    It was the morning of August 19, the day before my due date, and if this kid was anything like the last, I knew he'd be arriving the next day, right on deadline. I was ready. A naturally obsessive person, I had been certifiably manic since g...

    by Laura Miller on December 7, 1995
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    BeloWatch

    Can Morning News keep its hands clean--while getting personal? The Dallas Morning News has stepped into the personals business--including "900" numbers, as well as "men-seeking-men" and "women-seeking-women" advertising. After years of shyin...

    on December 7, 1995
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    True crime story - Forget the usual tales of rape and pillage--consider the sins of corporate America

    As some front pages informed us last week, the Warner-Lambert Co. has pleaded guilty to criminal charges and has agreed to pay a $10 million fine for hiding faulty drug-making processes from the Food and Drug Administration. The more typical fro...

    by Molly Ivins on December 7, 1995
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    Letters

    No justice in DeSoto I just happened to pick up a copy of your publication in which you published an article titled "The Chief, The Scotsman, The Swindler, and The Killer" [November 16]. It is evident to me that the residents of DeSoto are the ty...

    on December 7, 1995
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    Stampede at Star Canyon - Will success ruin Dallas' favorite restaurant?

    They say a woman was refused a table at Star Canyon until the valet came in and whispered to the hostess that she was driving a red Porsche. All of a sudden, a table was available. They say a man who had been unable to get a reservation called Star C...

    by Mary Brown Malouf on November 30, 1995
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    Young, gay and thrown away - Hope House struggles to provide a refuge for some of society's most vulnerable people

    A small red car pulls up in front of the modest Oak Cliff house, its driver watching, waiting--this time for hours. It's a scene that's happened many times--and one that puzzles some of the neighbors, who don't understand why this nondescript ...

    by Johnathon Briggs on November 30, 1995
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    Buzz

    No devil in Mr. Fisher Buzz was mesmerized by Neo-Democrat Richard Fisher's recent Viewpoint column in The Dallas Morning News: "Why I won't run against Phil Gramm for Senate seat." Fisher assures us that the Democrats think he's swell: "The...

    by Glen Warchol on November 30, 1995
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    Giddy-up! - Bronco Bowl owners gallop toward New Year's opening date

    The wind kicks up suddenly and swiftly out of the south, sending dirt into the eyes and mouths of the dozen or so construction workers outside a Bronco Bowl that still looks abandoned. It's late November, more than a year after Danny and Tony Gi...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 30, 1995
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    Spouting rubbish - Dallas has run out of recycling excuses

    It is Tuesday. It is garbage day. More importantly, it is recycling day--at least in this North Dallas neighborhood, where once a week city sanitation workers travel the streets to gather old newspapers, plastic, and aluminum, all in the name of savi...

    by Laura Miller on November 30, 1995
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    Letters

    Judging the judge Your November 9 story ["The judge lawyers love to hate"] attempts to explain Judge Candace Tyson's low bar poll ratings. Miriam Rozen's investigative reporting suggests this is the result of the following: 1. She drives a M...

    on November 30, 1995
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    Rich man's Robin Hood - GOP budget is greatest-ever transfer of wealth from the Have-Nots to the Haves

    Peace in Washington, peace (maybe) in Bosnia, the Dow hit 5,000, and now we've all stuffed ourselves with turkey and can start worrying about how to get everything done before Christmas. Not. Don't touch that dial and don't take your eyes of...

    by Molly Ivins on November 30, 1995
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    Paint it Black - Haunted by his mother's suicide, Dallas-born artist barron Storey has won fame drawing the darkness

    Barron Storey is searching for a painting, determined to find a specific piece of his work among the many stashed away in a hall closet. He bends down, flipping back one piece after another--beautiful and abstract paintings that make up his as-yet-un...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 23, 1995
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    Buzz

    A case of elephantitis Haven't things in Dallas gotten so much simpler since everyone became Republican? Besides ending those tiresome differences of opinion on how to deal with matters such as the homeless, welfare, and gays, there were all thos...

    by Glen Warchol on November 23, 1995
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    Big D upside down - North Dallas council members complain they've been disenfranchised

    When it comes to Dallas, some things never change. This fall, once again parts of the city seethed with discontent as council members struggled to mobilize their disenfranchized constituencies to win bigger pieces of the power pie. But this time...

    by Miriam Rozen on November 23, 1995
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    Naming the blame - Who's at fault for the national budget crisis? Who else?

    Whee! Spin City. Who's responsible for shutting down the federal government and quite possibly sending the financial markets into a hopeless tizzy? "You hit me first." "Did not." "Did too." "Did not." "Did so." We live in a g...

    by Molly Ivins on November 23, 1995
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    Letters

    A thankless job After spending years trying to motivate city employees to do their job, I think Mr. Burkleo ["Demolition man," November 2] should be commended for continuing to keep Dallas clean--it is such a thankless job. Code enforcement ...

    on November 23, 1995
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    BeloWatch

    What did Mayes say? News won't tell Once again, The Dallas Morning News has patronizingly handled a sensitive story by telling readers far too little to let them make up their own minds. The story is the secret tape-recording of a phone ...

    on November 23, 1995
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    The Chief, the Scotsman, the Swindler, and the Killer - David Pasztor unravels a tangeled tale of death and international intrigue

    Glen Coleman's killer was not one for subtlety. When Coleman's body was found, somebody had plugged him so many times with a .45 that bullet holes riddled virtually every part of the corpse. A coroner could not say exactly how many times the murderer...

    by David Pasztor on November 16, 1995
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    Million byte march - Nation of Islam recovers from a cyber vandal assault

    Sometime in the early hours of October 18, a computer hacker infiltrated the Nation of Islam's Internet website and electronically altered the homepage with insulting graffiti, triggering an online debate about "cyber hate crime." The homepage's...

    by Denise Mcvea on November 16, 1995
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