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Arts & Leisure

Volume II, Issue 28
January 4 - January 11, 1999  
 
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

I n addition to this week's eclectic assortment of articles (don't miss the the New Year's food traditions or tips on avoiding hangovers), we've dug through the Weekly Wire archives for a look back at the most popular stories from 1998. If you missed any of these when they first appeared, here's your second chance to view them in their original unabridged format.

TOP ARTS STORIES OF 1998:

JANUARY 20, 1998:
Truly, Slowly, Deeply
Tantric sex is a lot more subtle than your routine roll in the hay, but people seem to like it.

APRIL 20, 1998:
An Interview With Jock Sturges
Once again, the morality cops are going after art photographer Jock Sturges. In this candid interview, Sturges explains that a nude is a nude, but booty is in the eye of the beholder.

JANUARY 20, 1998:
Eat Like a Pig, Look Like a Twig
Substitute bad foods for better foods and cut one pound of fat a month.

JANUARY 12, 1998:
Apocalypse Now
A professor at Chicago's DePaul University plumbs our deepest fears.


In the Gallery
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Master Pieces [8]
Albuquerque's Top Ten of 1998.
— Jeffrey Lee, WEEKLY ALIBI
 

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









Featured Articles
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Character Counts [2]
Looking past a handicap.
— Erma P. Sanders, WEEKLY ALIBI
 


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How To Avoid A Hangover [3]
What causes hangovers—besides drinking too much, that is?
— John Kater, TUCSON WEEKLY
 
Hangover Remedies [4]
Five recipes to try.
WEEKLY ALIBI
 

Food & Drink
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Toasting Hogmany [5]
New Year's food traditions bring good luck and usher in good times for the year ahead.
AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 
Cooking Black-Eyed Peas [6]
How to cook black-eyed peas.
— Mick Vann, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 

Recreation
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Insight.Tom [7]
What this country's collegiate football culture needs is a New Year's Toilet Bowl.
— Tom Danehy, TUCSON WEEKLY
 

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