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Arts & Leisure

Volume II, Issue 21
November 16 - November 23, 1998  
 
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

H ow does one decide the perfect family size? One kid for each hand, one kid for each parent, or better yet, use the "laundry equation." Nashville Scenes Margaret Renkl explains the philosophy in "Family Planning."

Also in Arts & Leisure, musings on the NBA lockout, the trials and tribulations of a microbrewery, the industry that is "Rent," and more.


Food & Drink
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Brewing Up Business [4]
The New Knoxville Brewing Co. has garnered national awards for its craft brews. Despite acclaim from the experts, however, getting locals to believe that something good can be made in Knoxville has been a battle.
— Jesse Fox Mayshark, METRO PULSE
 

Performance
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Opera Updated [7]
Nowadays "Rent" is a mini-industry.
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY
 
Return Of The Bat [8]
It's no surprise that when Johann Strauss the Younger turned to operetta, he filled his Fledermaus, a frothy story of liaisons and mistaken identities, with lovely waltzes.
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY
 








Featured Articles
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Family Planning [2]
X number of kids times Y amount of laundry equals infinite headaches.
— Margaret Renkl, NASHVILLE SCENE
 

Recreation
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Whining and Dining [3]
End the NBA strike? Hurry? No way.
— Randy Horick, NASHVILLE SCENE
 

In the Gallery
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California Dreamin'? [5]
UAM Tries to Define West Coast Art.
— Jeffrey Lee, WEEKLY ALIBI
 
Of Bliss And Blisters [6]
A pair of artists now showing at Dinnerware demonstrate just how different interpretations of home, sweet home can be.
— Margaret Regan, TUCSON WEEKLY
 

Now What? [9]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
WEEKLY WIRE
 

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