Aug. 16, 1996

Volume 15, Number 50

news

cornering the bagel market

Austin's Hole-y War

BY CHRIS WALTERS

The Public as Afterthought

Not an Athenian Democracy

BY ALEX DE MARBAN

Frayed Webbing

Local TV and the Internet: Not Exactly The News

BY CHRIS WALTERS

food

Menu Meltdown

Unstable Eats at Cafe Armageddon

BY REBECCA CHASTENET DÉ GERY

El Rey Mexican Food

Commencement Exercises

Food-o-File

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

Live Shots

Screened and Searched

Asleep at the Wheel Gets...

Things to Do in Denver

Brown-eyed, Handsome Man, W.C. Clark

The Big Pow Wow

Cultural Olympiads, The Derailers

Fear of Flying

Bombs, Back Pains & Tish Hinojosa

Olympic Diaries

Walser's March

And now, in the Olympic Yodeling Event...

Also Playing

Dancing About Architecture

Chicago Music Hall

BY KEN LIECK

screens

If They Can Make It There...

The Envelope, Please

Take Three

Local Drought Doesn't Apply to Filmmaking

BY KARL PALLMEYER

If They Can Make It There...

The Envelope, Please

Scan Lines

Showgirls

Shortcuts

Film Reviews

Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud

A hard-working woman with a slacker spouse accepts a no-strings-attached job from an older man, which grows into a deep friendship.

Original Gangstas.preview

Switchblade Sisters

This nifty little movie is full of all the lurid teases, off-the-cuff production values, and trenchant topicality that make exploitation movies the fascinating cultural time capsules they are.

Tin Cup

arts & culture

Eve About All

The Stunning Images of Photographer Eve Arnold

Bard Choices

Two Directors on Making Shakespeare Contemporary

BY ADRIENNE MARTINI

East Coast Aesthetic & Glass Invitational

Articulations

RAT Droppings

BY ROBERT FAIRES

columns

Tell us what's it like to be a young gay or bisexual man today -- and earn up to $30

Daytrips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Page Two

BY LOUIS BLACK

Public Notice

BY KATE X MESSER

Mister Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Writer

BY MICHAEL VENTURA

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