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Volume III, Issue 11
September 7 - September 13, 1999  

T he American Dream Safari offers a day-trip to points located in the land of the blues, complete with hummus and a visit to church.

Wall Drug is a stop on the Must-Stop Circuit, along with Rock City and Graceland, a place that has become famous mostly for being so famous.

The hottest fad in cooking shows is the Iron Chef, a bizarre cross between American Gladiators and Julia Child, with subtitles.

Now What? [5]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.

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Crashing Symbols [2]
The American Dream Safari stalks the blues.
— Chris Davis, MEMPHIS FLYER
What's up with Wall Drug [3]
The legend and the reality of one of America's greatest tourist stops.
— Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Samurai Sitcom [4]
Iron Chef blends the disparate elements of game show, cooking tutorial and sporting event into a single package of unique entertainment.
— Rebecca Cook, TUCSON WEEKLY

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