You've just read about visual art, theatre, and other creative
endeavors in several cities. Now What? Our answer to that question
is to provide you with a list of resources and Web links that
you might find rewarding, culturally or otherwise.
These papers provide
a comprehensive preview of coming events in music, theatre, arts,
and a great deal more.
Tell us your favorite medium, and we don't mean that
in the Shirley MacLaine sense of the word. Our BBS has a section
solely devoted to Arts & Leisure, so if you want to talk about
any aspect of the arts or culture, don't hesitate to stop in and
flick colorful dabs of acrylic thought at our message editor.
We're collecting links to the best Arts &
Leisure sites, and you are welcome to email us with any favorites
of your own. The following sites are designed to stimulate your
eyes and challenge your sense of style.
As some pretentious soul once said, "The
ephemeral is eternal." Find out what was going on in the
art world at any time, in any place (at least, in any place represented
by Weekly Wire). The Vaults contain a full palette of
articles from our past issues.
Watch This Space
Ted Turner's latest TV show Rough Riders.
Devin D. O'Leary
WHAT: The Tempest, WHERE: Tulane's Lupin Theatre, WHEN: Through July 20.
Two Women: Helga and Divine
New Orleans Gallery and Artist reviews.
D. Eric Bookhardt
Best Of Guides - Traveling to a strange city and want to have the best dinner,
dancing, and knick-knack shopping possible? Moving somewhere new
and need to know where to buy the most palatable pizza? Look no
further. We have links to all the "Best Of" issues of all
the cities whose weeklies contribute to Weekly Wire.
Dining / Food - Your one-stop gastronomic information station.
We've got the low-down on several cities' best restaurants, cafés,
diners, greasy spoon joints, and troughs. Okay, maybe not troughs.