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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, March 31, 1988
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Back to Rock's Roots Staff writer Rhys Williams explores the
recent resurgence of blues, jazz, soul and zydeco in popular
rock' n' roll. But is it only a passing fad, or are the real artists here
7TalkiiV n' Walkln No, that's drivin' n' cryin. Staff writer Allison Pike
Stalks to members of this "urban-folk" band, which will be bringing
its diverse musical sounds to Cat's Cradle this weekend.
7 On the Road Lovely as Blue Heaven is, sometimes you just have
to get out of town. So, take a road trip. Join Assistant Omnibus
Editor Jenny Livingston as she takes you through the sights and sounds
of Fayetteville in the first of our weekly road trip columns.
(l Reeling 'em in Staff writer Richard Smith reviews the flicks around
Ttown - and remember, we're being good this Friday so there aren't
any Union movies.
U A Child's War In Louis Malle's "Au Revoir Les Enfants," the brutality
Tof World War II forever changes the lives of a young boy and his
Jewish friend. Staff writer Richard Smith discovers why it took the
French director 40 years to make this film about his own childhood
Cereast Actresses Joe Bob checks out the enormous talents of
-Liz Taylor, who's promoting her new book, "National Velveeta," and
Dona Speir, star of "Picasso Trigger." It's a four-star event.
Ccouch Potatoes Rejoice No longer shall the vidiots be ignored!
-'Coming to you live in the premiere of The Tube column, Assistant
Omnibus Editor Jenny Livingston offers a handy guide to the finer
art of boob-tube viewing. So, dont touch that dial.
O Arise, Co Forth and Conquer Or just go out and have a good
O time. Get psyched for Mr. Easter Bunny's annual visit - take in
an egg hunt or at least go see a band or something, week's Fare
is your guide to the season's festivities.
6j All in the Family There are only five members in the Small Family
Orchestra, but between them they play 13 instruments and sing
in 12 languages. These international folksters talk to staff writer Karen
Zimmer about family life in a traveling band.
Hcontrolled Angst Throwing Muses seems less angry and more
' V catchy on their latest album, House Tornado. Staff writer John
Sherer gets hooked on this Boston-based band and their unique guitar
f) Psychedelic Muzak True to form, staff writer Randy Bullock
' lends an ear to the weirdest music he can find. This week it's
an African compilation and some remastered '60s favorites. Remember
you can't like it if you don't try it.
A A Of Preachers and Plastic What's the connection between
' ' evangelism and Vanna White? Between sex and skating? Only
Elizabeth Ellen knows, but don't worry, shell let you in on it in this
week's Random Thoughts.
A A it's an Epidemic You're probably already a victim, but, just in
' case you've so far managed to avoid catching spring fever, staff
writer Karen Entriken offers a list of symptoms to watch out for
in this week's graffiti.
Cathy McHugh, editor; Sally Pearsall. copy editor; Jenny
Livingston, assistant editor; Laura Ross, design editor;
Matthew Plyler, staff photographer; Ceorge Brooks, staff
Staff: Francine Allen, Karen Entriken, Amy Callimore, Allison
Pike. John Sherer, Richard Smith, Rhys Williams and Karen
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