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Arts & Leisure

Volume IV, Issue 1
June 26 - July 3, 2000  
 
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

C heap, easy access to the Internet has created a whole new way for local bands to get their music heard. Most use the technology to gain exposure and give the local scene a good kick in the rear, but some people believe the new technology could topple the corporate recording industry.

Bobby Unser has called Sammy Swindell one of the great drivers of our time, putting him on a list that includes Mario Andretti and A.J. Foyt, because no matter the type of car or surface, each had the ability to win.

Two radically different photographic exhibitions share a sense of life in continuance, persisting even in the face of dramatic upheavals. Within both lie portraits of human resilience.

Plus, kosher online, the Smothers Brothers, and more.


Performance
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An American Classic [7]
The Smothers Brothers haven't lost their charm.
— Jamie Schmidt, MEMPHIS FLYER
 
Has Anyone Seen My Uterus? [8]
An interview with the traveling poets of the Morrigan.
— Rebekah Gleaves, MEMPHIS FLYER
 
Now What? [9]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
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Featured Articles
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Audio Online [2]
You can find the Knoxville music scene in local clubs, in the racks, and on the radio--and now it's in cyberspace.
— Joe Tarr, METRO PULSE
 
It's War [3]
For better and for worse, file sharing is the next big thing in cyberspace.
— H.B. Koplowitz, MEMPHIS FLYER
 
Keeping Kosher [4]
Visiting the new home of Jewish "supersite" Zipple.com.
— Ellen Fox, NEWCITY CHICAGO
 

Recreation
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On The Run [5]
The aggressive sprint-car racer Sammy Swindell keeps on going and going.
— Ron Martin, MEMPHIS FLYER
 

In the Gallery
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Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da [6]
Two new photo exhibitions document radically different experiences, but they share a sense of life persisting in the face of dramatic upheavals.
— Robert Faires, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 

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