Volume III, Issue 13
September 20 - September 27, 1999
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
ith so much of the world suffering from millennial jitters, Lily Tomlin's "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe," cosmic in scope and rich with wisdom and hope, is more timely than ever.
Though things change, and change again, the Hollywood will be a refuge for blacks, whites, greens, purples and plaids, Drag Queens, and disco kings; anybody who can get along while they are getting down.
The Internet is a godsend for the particular breed of folks who cannot help but tell their travel stories. It's where everybody has a "home," where everybody can let it all hang out, because after all, your audience chose to be there and didn't pay a penny for it.
Plus, buying textbooks online, junk food research, and more.
Now What? 
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
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Click here to find out, or just ignore them.
Across the Universe 
Gearing up for a new tour of her hit show "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe," Lily Tomlin talks about connectedness -- her connectedness with "The Search" and with audiences.
Robert Faires, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Miracle Child 
Raiford's Hollywood is a refuge for blacks, whites, greens, purples and plaids, Drag Queens, and disco kings -- anybody who can get along while they are getting down.
Chris Davis, MEMPHIS FLYER
Virtually Vicarious 
Feel like drifting off for a while? Search the Internet for travelogues.
Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
E's For Education 
Get out of line and go online for college textbooks.
Tony Peregrin, NEWCITY CHICAGO
Let Them Eat Twinkies! 
Junk research on junk food.
Gail Davis, WEEKLY ALIBI
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