For the Month of June 1997|
Features: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
To stay or not to stay--that is the question for many local actors. Here are a few answers.
The Durst of Times: Get Clinton? Yeah, right.
Corseteria: Medieval torture devices no longer, corsets get stylish.
Last Call at Moe's: Watching The Simpsons becomes a social occasion when done in local bars.
Live After Death: Bill T. Jones and the late Keith Haring collaborate online.
Manmade Lake: A bunch of English guys breathe new life into Swan Lake. But here's the bad news: it's only playing in L.A.
Local Tricolor: Unpretentious French cooking. No, it's not an oxymoron, as the last of the red-hot Francophiles dines Gaul-style.
The Good Life: A father and a son bond through building a wine cellar.
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