Volume III, Issue 37
March 6 - March 13, 2000
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
alon.com has been one of the most successful magazines on the web, and now its owners are poised to take it into other areas of the marketplace of ideas, including television.
Watching "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" in Japan is only a small part of the excitement during a stop in Osaka.
Warts and all, athletes are simply a cross section of society. The good, the bad, and the ugly. If it exists in society, you'll find it in athletes.
Also, vermouth is for martinis and strings are for marionettes.
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On the Move 
With arguably the best content on the Web, Salon is poised to move into your living room and onto your radio dial: president and CEO Michael O'Donnell explains how.
David Garza, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Excellent Night in Osaka 
Add booze and a language barrier to a hyped-up culture, and what do you get?
Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Vermouth: The Maker of Martinis 
Few arguments have engendered as many barside imbroglios as the proper proportion of vermouth in a martini.
Devin D. O'Leary, WEEKLY ALIBI
A Higher Standard? 
The lack of decency among athletes mimics today's society.
Bob Rush, MEMPHIS FLYER
Pulling Strings 
Make way for Joseph Cashore and his marionettes.
Jesse Pool, MEMPHIS FLYER
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