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November 2-8, 1995


Arts & Entertainment

    Here and Theremin: A new documentary unravels the mysterious life and loves of Professor Theremin, the father of electronic music.

    Ordinary People: Allen tries the common touch in Mighty Aphrodite.

    Rimbaud--First Blood: A good poet doesn't make a good person in Agnieszka Holland's Rimbaud biopic, Total Eclipse.

    A Mind In Pieces: Student documentary gives an insider's account of schizophrenia

    Shut Up and Paint: Even trendy artists like Julian Schnabel should think twice about making music.

    Mallets Aforethought: Vibraphonist Roy Ayers influenced a generation of forward-thinking, backward-looking hip-hop artists.

    Keeping It New: Bassist Reggie Workman maintains the spirit of avant-garde jazz.

    Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Joan Armatrading, Doug E. Fresh, Lloyd Cole and Letters to Cleo

    Beat Street: San Joseans of Hawaiian descent, where were you?

    Crack in the World: Latina writers and artists at MACLA and Villa Montalvo.

    From the Outsider: Exile and displacement in the stories of Irene Dische.

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