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2The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, March 17, 1988
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Oust an excuse to have a party? Maybe, but for the Irish and
Irish-Americans, St. Patrick's Day is a celebration of their heritage
and culture. It may mean green beer and parties to most, but to
some, the celebration is more serious, omnibus editor Cathy McHugh
tells the real I story behind the holiday.
7 Who says feminists don't have a seriseof humor? Not the
Calliope Theater Company, which gives their productions names
hke "Orgasmo Adulto Escapes From the Zoo." Staff writer Karen Zimmer
takes a look at the troupe that dares to mix serious issues with a
couple of laughs.
Enough beer to turn you green - and enough going on in
TChapel Hill to keep you busy this St. Paddy's day. You don't have
to like corned beef and cabbage to get your fill of fun. Staff writer
Karen Hatton checks out the drink specials at the bars and restaurants
CU2 at the Cave! Well maybe not, but there will be plenty of music
-'both Irish and otherwise, in local clubs. On St. Patrick's day the
tunes flow as freely as the spirits. From Irish jigs to Southern swigs
staff writer Rhys Williams has got you covered.
Ca silent mouth is sweet to hear. Or so the saying goes. Along
with the luck of the Irish come their wit and wisdom - this week's
Graffiti gives you both. Take a quick read and soak up some juicy
witticisms to spout off over your Irish whiskey tonight.
OHomeboys play the Cradle. Locals Mary on the Dash is set to
O bring their Southern rock W roll to Franklin Street tonight for
a St. Patrick's Day bash. Staff writer Allison Pike says the band plans
some (unprintable) surprises for the show.
Q Think about it. Spring Break is over, so you might as well think
O about using those old brain cells once again (unless you burned
them all out). Randy Bullock brings you the latest obscure tidbits from
the cutting edge of the music world.
And the nominees are. . . Joe Bob nominates just about
everybody he can think of for the the Hubbies, better known as
the annual Drive-in Academy Awards. After all, who will ever forget
that modern classic, "Surf Nazis Must Die'? He's named em, now you
pick 'em. Help Joe Bob vote on this year's winners.
Af) Enough of this Irish stuff already! By Friday, the sight of
' w shamrocks and leprechauns will make even diehard St. Paddy's
fans turn green. Relax, there's a normal weekend coming up so you
can go back to drinking cheap American beer and leave the Guinness
to the Irish. Let Week's Fare be your guide to recovery from Thursday's
Emerald isle debacle.
A A From night life to reel life: Staff Writer Richard Smith reviews
' ' the latest movies, both foreign and domestic. Like Dan Rather
says, there's no excuse for being uninformed, so get the scoop on
the current crop of cinematic treats.
'1 9 The medium is the message. So she says. Starting now, yes,
' wight now, staff writer Elizabeth Ellen will be bringing you her
weekly column. This is your chance to soak up the thoughts of a
second-semester senior and former arts editor. Hope you like Key Lime
Cathy McHugh, editor; Sally Pearsall, copy editor, Jenny
Livingston, assistant editor; Laura Ross, design editor
Matthew Plyler. staff photographer.
Staff: Francine Allen. Karen Entriken, Amy Callimore. Karen
Hatton. Allison Pike. Lauren Sieg. Richard Smith. Rhys Williams
and Karen Zimmer.
On the cover: Illustration by Ruth Davis.