Feb. 2, 1996

Volume 15, Number 22

news

Camp Wannabeheard

Three Days in the Life of a Talking Head

BY SUZY BANKS

My Deep Political Insights

What I Learned About Being a Political Correspondent

Agreeing to Disagree

The Cedar Park Lawsuit: Fighting on Principle

BY AMY SMITH

If It Were Up to Me...

Burnin' Rubber!

Tires: A Burning Question in Buda

BY ROBERT BRYCE

While Kilns Burn, a Recycler Smolders

Big Fish,Small Bowl

On View: Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Moses

BY ROSEANA AUTEN

Moses Speaks

Down from the Mountain:

BY ROSEANA AUTEN

The Gift of Giving

Contribution & Expenditure Reports: July-December, '95

BY ALEX DE MARBAN

On Death & Dying

Did TV Coverage Trivialize Barbara Jordan?

Deep Six

food

Holy Mole

Las Palomas Serves Up the Real Thing

Casa de Luz

Hank's Roadhouse Cafe

Charitable Cuisine

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

Ascension of an Icon

Marketing John Coltrane

Sam Moore

Another Rotten Day

John Lydon on the Radio, Punk Rock, and Reunions

7 & 7 Is

Blur

Walser Keeps the Top Hand

screens

The Celling of Sundance

Sundance Film Festival Report

BY MARJORIE BAUMGARTEN

Scanline

Film Reviews

Dead Man Walking

Sarandon won an Oscar for her performance as Sister Helen Prejean in this nuanced story about capital punishment.

Postcards From America

arts & culture

Capitol City Comedy Club's Grab for Bigger Laughs Restarting the Stop

BY SPIKE GILLESPIE

Theatre Town Meeting

BY ROBERT FAIRES

columns

Workplace Issues for HIV+ Employees

or three weeks,

Page Two: Education, one of the key

BY LOUIS BLACK

by Kate X Messer Buff Your Consciousness

BY MICHAEL VENTURA You'd think a town

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

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