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Volume III, Issue 17
October 18 - October 25, 1999  
 
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:

T he road leading up to that moment when the last out was made at Tiger Stadium was devastating for the Detroit fans who fought a bitter and ultimately unsuccessful fight to preserve one of the country's oldest ballparks.

An Alabama playwright explores small-town society in the south, with predictably dark, comedic results.

Fall is really the greatest time in the garden. Everything that you might have done wrong this past year, especially in terms of soil conditioning, can be rectified.

Plus, magic in the Rockies, the secret of pancakes, and more.



Now What? [7]
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
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Leaves and Garlic [2]
Fall is really the greatest time in the garden.
— Dennis Domrzalski, WEEKLY ALIBI
 
Morning-After Food [3]
The five steps of great pancake making.
— David Jacobs, WEEKLY ALIBI
 
Tiger Cry [4]
Baseball enthusiast Lisa Tozzi takes a trip to Detroit and memory lane as she visits Tiger Stadium on the eve of its destruction.
— Lisa Tozzi, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 
A Stolen Day [5]
The hordes are gone and winter is coming, but there's still some magic left in the Rockies.
— Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
 
Southern Discomfort [6]
Mockingbird Public Theater visits small-town Georgia society in the blackly humorous "Camellia Ball."
— Angela Wibking, NASHVILLE SCENE
 

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