Sept. 22, 1995

Volume 15, Number 4

news

Film

Film Reviews

Who's on First?

Is This UTopia?

A Long-Overdue University Master Plan is Unveiled

Which Way Will Austin Swing? Ninth Inning, 3 and 2

Home By the River

Film: Showtimes

on the cover p. 17

Council Watch

Where There's a Bill, There's a Way
music

Caught 'em in Autumn

Earthpig & Fire

7 and 7 is

Bonus Tracks

A Baker's Dozen: More Critics' Picks

Book 'em Dan-o!

The Club Runners Call 'Em

Music Recommended

Fiddle Fete

Dancing About Architecture

The Double Whammy
Screens

Film Reviews

Angus

Arabian Knight

Art for Teachers of Children

Balthazar

Hackers

Horny teenagers in goofy clothes avert eco-disaster and triumph over the government.

A More Perfect Union

Safe

Everyone is having a hard time putting a finger on Carol's problem, but nothing seems to cure her discomfort and, steadily, she wastes away. Is her problem medical, societal, or psychological? All of the above?

Showgirls

Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas' flimsy and illogical story about Vegas showgirls is a sad excuse for this prurient and purulent tale that nevertheless has its cult adherents.

Tie-Died: Rock 'n Roll's Most Deadicated Fans

Unstrung Heroes

arts & culture

1995 B. Iden Payne Award Winners

A Day in the Neighborhood

A Trip Through Three New Exhibits

A Few Cures for the Summertime Blues

Kids' Books Grow up Teach Your Children Well

American Buffets: In Defense of Gluttony Golden Hometown Family Stockade

Oriental Buffets

Chewy Soup

The Rich, Nourishing Images of Pilobolus

Post Scripts

Scanlines

food-o-file

columns

About AIDS

Mister Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

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