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|Volume 68, Issue 45,
Monday, October 28, 2002
Arts & Entertainment
calendar on sales at Rothers,
From classic wartime pin-ups to Playboy, America has
come to embrace, even collect, pictures of women who pose for calendars.
For most, thereis nothing like the pastime of bringing together a few beautiful,
bikini-clad women to remind you what month it is.
Moore's 'Bowling' takes aim at
Heston, has NRA
in the crosshairs
As quickly as a bullet leaves the barrel of a gun, Michael
Mooreis new documentary Bowling for Columbine flies from outright hilarious
to horrifyingly tragic.
Hobbit Café brings tasty
dishes to life
I am strung lights and trusses, long vines on latticework
and long smiles on faces. I am the tree grown through the boards of the
patio, cell by cell. I am the clatter of cups and din of dish. I am the
tale of talk. Houston, you know, where might I be?
Classy 'La Bohéme' revels
at the HGO
There are those who think Houston lacks grandeur. They
might make references to cowboy boots, barbecue, pick-up trucks or some
other facet of our classic cowboy culture. These pessimists fail to appreciate
outlaw chic. They must also have missed the opening performance of the
Houston Grand Opera, "grand" being the pivotal word.