Aug. 29, 1997

Volume 16, Number 52

news

The Draft Unveiled

A Golden Opportunity

SB1704's Repeal Gives Austin a Turn at the Helm

BY JOHN SPONG

What Bike Plan? UT Fails to Embrace Bike Culture

UT's Master Plan Disaster?

So Far, School's New Buildings Receive Low Marks

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Drag Rehab

MoreThan It Can Chew?

City Plans to Create Energy Services Business

BY ROBERT BRYCE

What a Drag

West Campus Loses a Piece of Historic Charm

BY KAYTE VANSCOY

Triangle Property Design Contest

A New Day at ARA

Is PR Facelift More Than Skin-Deep?

BY KAYTE VANSCOY

The National Texan?

The Texan Yanks Its Liberal Roots

BY LEE NICHOLS

food

Nothing Succeeds Like Success

Hot Sauce Festival Results

Food-O-File

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

Fortunate Son

The Return of John Fogerty

BY CHRISTOPHER GRAY

At Large in the Hills

Ray Wylie Hubbard's Dangerous Spirits

Recommended

Road Shows

Ray Wylie Hubbard

Dancing About Architecture

BY KEN LIECK

Record Reviews

screens

Screen Dreams

Drive-In Theatres... on the Web!

BY JERRY RENSHAW

From Nowhere to Here

Interview with Nowhere Man James Duval

BY MARC SAVLOV

Scanlines

Animal Farm

You Go, Girl!

TV Eye

BY MARGARET MOSER

Short Cuts

BY MARJORIE BAUMGARTEN

Film Reviews

arts & culture

Sculpting a School

David Deming on the Art of Being a Dean

BY ROBERT FAIRES

Articulations

BY ROBERT FAIRES

Arts Reviews

columns

About AIDS

Coach's Corner

BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Page Two

BY LOUIS BLACK

Public Notice

Keys, Please

BY KATE X MESSER

Postmarks

Capital Metro Responds

Mister Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

Rainbows at Your Feet

Letters at 3AM

BY MICHAEL VENTURA

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