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Volume III, Issue 23
November 29 - December 6, 1999  

S o what are you doing New Year's Eve? If you're thinking of going out of town, you'd better get started on those reservations -- and keep a firm hold on your wallet.

For the Memphis Animé Club, Pokémon is old news, and the love of animation is fascination rather than fad.

A Canadian immigrant compares and contrasts his native land with his adopted home of Texas, with none-too-surprising results.

Plus, holiday food and more.

Now What? [6]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.

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Millennium Madness [2]
From small money to gigantic, from local spots to international, options for the Big Night abound.
— Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Drawn To It [3]
For these club members, animé is NOT cartoonish.
— Alysson Cook, MEMPHIS FLYER
Greetings From the Great White North [4]
Canadian Lorne Opler measures his country against the great state of Texas. Oh, Canada!
Holiday Foods to Keep the Peace [5]
In the interest of peace at the holiday dinner table, here are some foods that carnivores and vegetarians alike can appreciate.
— Gail Davis, WEEKLY ALIBI

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