Volume III, Issue 23
November 29 - December 6, 1999
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR:
o what are you doing New Year's Eve? If you're thinking of going out of town, you'd better get started on those reservations -- and keep a firm hold on your wallet.
For the Memphis Animé Club, Pokémon is old news, and the love of animation is fascination rather than fad.
A Canadian immigrant compares and contrasts his native land with his adopted home of Texas, with none-too-surprising results.
Plus, holiday food and more.
Now What? 
A gallery of captivating links to keep your imagination churning while the paint dries.
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Millennium Madness 
From small money to gigantic, from local spots to international, options for the Big Night abound.
Paul Gerald, MEMPHIS FLYER
Drawn To It 
For these club members, animé is NOT cartoonish.
Alysson Cook, MEMPHIS FLYER
Greetings From the Great White North 
Canadian Lorne Opler measures his country against the great state of Texas. Oh, Canada!
Lorne Opler, AUSTIN CHRONICLE
Holiday Foods to Keep the Peace 
In the interest of peace at the holiday dinner table, here are some foods that carnivores and vegetarians alike can appreciate.
Gail Davis, WEEKLY ALIBI
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