Oct. 27, 1995

Volume 15, Number 9

news

Film Reviews

Recommended

AISD Notebook

State Constitutional Amendment Election

At Close Range

The Men Behind the Texas Militia Myth

The Hearings: Waco and Ruby Ridge

Bucking the System

Erik Moebius Faces Possible Disbarment

Film: Showtimes

General Gus Garcia

The Victory of the Hordes

Crossing Channels

Back in the News: Ron Oliveira and KXAN Cut a Deal
food

A Little Ribbing

Life After Doomed Location?

Nuevo Leon

Taqueria Arandas

Food-O-File

On the Range
music

The Reverse Crossover of La Mafia

The Empire Builders

Postage Decrease?

Police Enforce Posting Ordinance

Music Recommended

Bonus Tracks

Tejano Music on the Austin Airwaves

Bonus Tracks

screens

How to Get an Education in Film

Austin Film Society Projections

Fall

Scanlines

Short Cuts

Screen Debut

Film Reviews

Blue in the Face

Copycat

Feast of July

God Is My Witness

Never Talk to Strangers

Now and Then

Set predominantly in the summer of 1970, this film tells how four 12-year-old girls save their money to buy a room of their own in the form of a treehouse from Sears.

Persuasion

In this film adaptation of Jane Austen's posthumous novel, a young woman faces a suitor that her snooty family made her reject eight years earlier, but who has now come into his own fame and fortune.

Rich and Famous

Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey

Three Wishes

Vampire in Brooklyn

arts & culture

Local Palette

Into the "Not Done"

The Dances of Jean Fogel Zee

Articulations

Obligatory Intro
columns

about AIDS Can Vampires Get AIDS?

Public Notice

Those Boots Were Made for Walkin'

BY KATE X MESSER

Revolution: The Power to Begin

Letters at 3AM

day trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Coach's Corner

BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON

Page Two

BY LOUIS BLACK

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