Sept. 29, 1995

Volume 15, Number 5

news

Film Reviews

Recommended

A Complex Question?

Central Park's Proposed Housing Project

AISD Notebook

Crazy for the Asylum Grounds

It's a First: Cunningham Responds

BY ROBERT BRYCE

Whether You Like It or Not...

Eric Mitchell's Redevelopment Dreams

Film: Showtimes

Council Watch

Only in Concept
music

Bonus Tracks

Music Recommended

Blue Outhouse Requiem

Roadkill

Vic Chesnutt Electric Lounge, October 1& 2

S-S-Somebody Spank Me

The Asylum Street Spankers

Divine Alignment

Starfish

Starfish

Dancing About Architecture

Screens

Film Reviews

Seven

A serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi is hunted by two New York City detectives in this hellish take on Nineties film noir.

Sister My Sister

Snake in the Eagle's Shadow

The directing debut of acclaimed kung fy choreographer Yuen also helped popularize the burgeoning “kung fu comedy” genre and it primary star, Jackie Chan.

Unzipped

Fashion photographer Douglas Keeve turns his camera on designer Isaac Mizrahi for an intriguing and often funny look into the making of a seasonal fashion collection.
arts & culture

Mann Made

Techno-Romance Artist Thomas Mann

Smells Like Team Spirit

The Unbearable Ineptness of Being Dad

Goodbye to Summer

Onward Into Fall

Dinner With Diego's Daughter

food-o-file

Sunrise on South Congress

El Sol y La Luna: A Bright New Place to Dine

Post Scripts

Hardwick's Deal

Weird Scenes Inside the Joke Mine

Austin Comics at the Montreal Comedy Fest

Scanlines

columns

Mister Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

Coach's Corner

BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

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