July 23, 1999

Volume 18, Number 47

news

Light Headed?

What Commuters Want

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

Alternatives for Getting From Here to There

The People (562 of 'em) Have Spoken

The Good Earth

TEA for Texas

BY JENNY STAFF JOHNSON

Same Old Song

Spinning More Than Records at KUT

BY LEE NICHOLS

food

Automat

Mediterranean/Middle Eastern

Food-o-File

Hill Country Transformation

BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

Searching for Bargains

Profiles of the Tasters

BY ANTHONY KING

Flight 1: Light- to Medium-Bodied Whites

music

Fast Times at Liberty Lunch

BY MARGARET MOSER

Peaceable Kingdom

Long Live Liberty Lunch

Live at Liberty Lunch

The Neville Brothers

This Old House

BY RAOUL HERNANDEZ

A Very Select (and Edited) List of Bands Who Played Liberty Lunch

Dancing About Architecture

The Weak in Rock

BY KEN LIECK

screens

There's Something About Kubrick

BY MARJORIE BAUMGARTEN

Scanlines

The Haunting

Short Cuts

BY MARJORIE BAUMGARTEN

TV Eye

On the WB:

BY BELINDA ACOSTA

Film Reviews

Detroit 9000

Blaxploitation classic re-released in 1999 by Quentin Tarantino's Rolling Thunder distribution company.

Dr. Akagi

Drop Dead Gorgeous

This parody of beauty pageants in the flyover states takes the form of a mockumentary filmed at Minnesota's Sarah Rose Miss Teen Princess America Pageant.
arts & culture

A Museum Comes of Age

BY MARY JANE GARZA

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

CASA Fiesta

BY KATE X MESSER

Little Fleshlets, On the Run

BY MICHAEL VENTURA

Postmarks

Don't Cry for Rainey

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

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