Volume III, Issue 11
September 7 - September 13, 1999
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
he American Dream Safari offers a day-trip to points located in the land of the blues, complete with hummus and a visit to church.
Wall Drug is a stop on the Must-Stop Circuit, along with Rock City and Graceland, a place that has become famous mostly for being so famous.
The hottest fad in cooking shows is the Iron Chef, a bizarre cross between American Gladiators and Julia Child, with subtitles.
Now What? 
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Crashing Symbols 
The American Dream Safari stalks the blues.
Chris Davis, MEMPHIS FLYER
What's up with Wall Drug 
The legend and the reality of one of America's greatest tourist stops.
Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Samurai Sitcom 
Iron Chef blends the disparate elements of game show, cooking tutorial and sporting event into a single package of unique entertainment.
Rebecca Cook, TUCSON WEEKLY
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