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Arts & Leisure

Volume II, Issue 44
April 26 - May 3, 1999  
 
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

David Douglas Duncan is one of the most prolific and accomplished photojournalists of the century. He introduced the West to the Nikon camera. While an exhibit at the University of Texas details Duncan's remarkable career, Sam Martin sits down for an interview with him.

Who's the hottest and sexiest author for film and stage right now? How about someone who's been dead for nearly 400 years, William Shakespeare?

Plus a bald performance artist, Atlanta Jews, and the end of hockey.



Performance
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To Baldly Go... [5]
The Rachel Rosenthal Company's performance-art work, "Timepiece," is about memory and its distortion, time and relativity and survival.
— James Reel, TUCSON WEEKLY
 
Old South, New Jews [6]
"The Last Night Of Ballyhoo" Makes Us Think, Even As It Makes Us Laugh.
— Dave Irvin, TUCSON WEEKLY
 


Now What? [8]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
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Featured Articles
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An Eye for History [2]
From the Japanese surrender on the USS Missouri to the front lines at Vietnam, photographer David Douglas Duncan had an eye on history being made, and he captured it in stunning detail with his camera.
— Sam Martin, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 
Billy Shakes, Superstar [3]
What with a slew of new film adaptations of his plays and a Best Picture Oscar for a film bearing his name, William Shakespeare is a hot property in the late Nineties. Is there anything new to this newfound celebrity?
— Robert Faires, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 

Recreation
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Hockey Honeymoon [4]
The Predators close a loving season of Nashville hockey.
— Randy Horick, NASHVILLE SCENE
 

In the Gallery
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Natural Progression [7]
Local Color Gallery changes its look almost as much as it changes shows. Nine years after its opening, it's still a sight.
— Angela Wibking, NASHVILLE SCENE
 


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