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vinyl fossils? They're coming to take your albums away, it's the
evil CD monsters, invading your music store. The labels are for it
and so are some audiophiles, but are we really ready to give up our
7Margarltavllle Joe Bob takes a dip in the famed three-quart,
S permanent-brain-damage margarita down in Texas while pondering
the pros and cons of responsible beverage service. On a lighter note,
he checks out Michael Myers' newest guise in "Halloween 4."
?SIammIn'i idiot . . . Jerk . . . Moron . . . You're so clueless Could you
-be dumber? This writing on the wall uncovers the art of rebelling
against the adage of "if you cant say something nice, dont say
anything at ail." Say it anyway, but do it with style.
Rattle and Hum As the latest subject for a film "rockumentary,"
TU2 shows its true colors. The movie follows the band from bus
to hotel to show, giving a few glimpses of the men behind the band
and a whole lot of good music
(jVJho Meets What? it's Nikki Meets the Hibachi and dont even
Task. They're a New Folk duo with bizarre appeal and they're coming
to the Cabaret tonight If their progressive acoustic music is as good
as their name, it oughta be quite a show.
Cnew spuds with a train it's the New Potato caboose. This seven
member band from D.C brings its unique blend of original rock
'n' roll and cover tunes to the ArtsCenter Saturday night.
Coon't touch that dial! Finally, the elections are over and the
-tube will settle down to business as usual. Judd Hirsch's newest
foray onto the little screen, "Dear John," could be a big hit, but can
the writers sustain the one-joke premise for more than one season?
ORandom thoughts Elizabeth Ellen is thinking perhaps a little more
0 randomly than usual this week. Read it with a cup of coffee.
Look at It fly Clint Eastwood's 13th directorial effort, "Bird,"
explores the life and times of Charlie "Bird" Parker, the renowned
jazz artist who created the form of bebop, improvised jazz. This
sympathetic film is a magical, musical tribute.
,5 Look, Mom, no sleaze No microphone enemas this time the
pop Popes are about as clean as you can get. They're worth a
listen anyway, and they're right in your own backyard.
4Hsit In the dark and stay awhile The Varsity theater says
' vyou can see "U2 live" there while the Carolina theater boasts
that it has live "Gorillas." Maybe they're both kidding.
Senior Week Is almost over But there's still lots of neat stuff
1 to do, yloiow. Check them out in your friendly Week's Fare.
We regret to inform you that General College Update will not
be brought to you this week because the saga is taking a break to
show you what goes on behind the scenes. Tune in next week
Cathy McHugh. editor; Jenny Livingston, assistant editor; Laura
Ross, design editor; Lisa Relchle. assistant design editor; Julia
Coon, copy editor; Susie Kim, Illustrator.
Movies: Richard Smith and James Dean
Music, bands: Allison Pike
Album reviews: Randal Bullock and Doug Edmunds
Television: Winston P. Lloyd
Features: Lesley Bartlett, Celeste Neal and Anne-Renee Rice
Columnist: Elizabeth Ellen
Week's Fare: Kelly Rhodes
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