April 23, 1999

Volume 18, Number 34

news

Endorsements

BY THE CHRONICLE EDITORIAL BOARD

Running Solo (Almost)

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Eight Is Enough

Diverse Set of Opponents

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Power to the People

BY AMY SMITH

East-West Dissent

Neighborhood Concerns

BY JENNY STAFF

Plotting a Park

The 1704 Sword

Forum Fallout?

BY JENNY STAFF

On The Lege

Development Devils
food

Impeccable Vista

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

The Coffeehouse Chronicles: Episode 4

Tan Tan Vietnamese Restaurant: The Zenith of Bun

Food-o-File

Random Musing on This Year's "Stars Across Texas"

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

music

Big Sweet Life

BY MARGARET MOSER

Texas Platters

Jimmy Lafave

Mule Conversations

BY JODY DENBERG

Tom Waits

Dancing About Architecture

The Lost ARC

BY KEN LIECK

screens

Why We Listen to What They Say

BY JON LEBKOWSKY

Scanlines

Romance on the High Seas

Short Cuts

BY MARJORIE BAUMGARTEN

Channel Surfing

BY BELINDA ACOSTA

Film Reviews

Mighty Peking Man

This 1977 Shaw Brothers production from Hong Kong is a gleefully silly riff on everything monster movies and was re-released under the auspices of Quentin Tarantino in 1999.

Pushing Tin

'Steam: The Turkish Bath'

arts & culture

An Eye for History

BY SAM MARTIN

Billy Shakes, Superstar

BY ROBERT FAIRES

Articulations

But Is it ART? Finally, Yes

BY ROBERT FAIRES

Arts Reviews

columns

Coach's Corner

BY ANDY "COACH" COTTON

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

Page Two

BY LOUIS BLACK

Public Notice

Revenge of the Nerds

BY KATE X MESSER

Postmarks

Interfaith's Socialist Agenda

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

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