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K Held cn to yesir 7c::sts And your stomachs. The wholesome
debauchery of the N.C State Fair has been knovn to take a toll
on both. From the midway to the goats, and pigs, its definitely a
full day (or two) of entertainment Who knows, this may be the year
you actually win that giant furry banana.
2tr3 hcyse thst Vsndcrtnt built There could hardly be a better
time to visit western North Carolina. But if the beauty of the
mountains and the autumn leaves aren't enough to lure you west,
the Biitmore house is a spectacle in itself.
7cccfcs melee muilz tea Big Black's Steve Aibini ends his quest
-for human rhythms to back up his skinny white-boy self. The
resulting Rapeman is more than just sleaze, it's quality sleaze.
U Cruelty to cnlmcls? Which could be worse: roasting live midget
Tchickens or making Elvira paste tassels to her breasts? Joe Bob
checks out both, but seems to enjoy them equally. There oughta be
Cstni cHvs end recking D.CS Nighthawks have been on the road
for years, but their roots-based music is still fresh. They'll be bringing
their danceable sound to Artscenter Friday night.
CTha crt of catching Z's If you have an easier time getting a
-Sparking place on campus in the middle of the day than getting
40 winks at night, you're not alone. This week's graffiti may not help,
but maybe you can get a laugh on your way to bed.
?r:s7s from the tubs And we dont mean 6 o'clock, we mean
the honest-to-goodness what's up with the networks' opening
season news. Tune in to this week's Edited 4 TV for the real lowdown
on the the belated fail premieres.
Stcnd up for comedy The story of two struggling stand-up
comedians, is the basis for Tom Hanks' latest hit, "Punchline." His
performance is as good as "Big," but will audiences find his immaturity
as attractive when he plays a real adult?
'Ificig screen blues Avoid them with our handy movie listing.
J youII never show up at the wrong theater at the right time
or the right theater at the wrong time again. Of course, we cant
vouch for the popcorn.
AAiXiz fere fcr nsn-fclrcscrs if driving 25 miles to get turned
' ' upside down on a full stomach is not your idea of a good time,
there's lots to do here at home. Dont miss out, check it out.
Cathy r "cllush. center; Jenny Uvlnsstcn, assistant c:tcr; uura
Ross, design center; Usa Relchls. assistant design editor; Julia
Coen, copy cdltcr.
Movies: Richard smith and James Dean
Music, bands.-Allison Pike
Album reviews: Randal Bullock and Doug Edmunds
Television: Winston P. Uoyd
Features: Lesley Bartlett, Celeste Neal and Anne-Renee Rice
Columnist: Elizabeth Ellen
Week's Fere: Kelly Rhodes
Cover crt of the midway at n!r;ht cn the State Fairgrounds
courtesy of N.C Department of Agriculture.