November 16-29, 1998|
Features: Get Buff!
Don't know where to workout? Hank Hyena visits 20 fitness clubs in one week for you.
Scene That: Our Lady of the Roses wants your money!
Tara's Advice: Tara on aging love.
SFupernatural: A ghost with white legs.
1:15: Gossip columnist C. Silo takes off her (gasp!) underwear.
Real Fashion: What shoes say about the person.
Full-Service Facials: Diana Rupp gets the nitty-gritty on chemical peels.
Fashion Plates: A look at the latest and greatest books from the style section.
Miss Pinkie Shears: The debonair miss gives her fashion advice.
Concrete Runway: Rashmee Singh on Ivy Street.
Cruise Control: Bennett Miller and "Speed" Levitch take NYC with The Cruise, a black and white documentary about a Manhattan double-decker tour bus guide.
Citizen Ziggy: Velvet Goldmine is all about filmmaker Todd Haynes' deeply personal reactions to glitter rock.
Film Picks: Reviews of The Last Emperor, New Events: Italian Cinema and Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation.
Mechanical Animals: Michelle Goldberg checks out Omnicircus's robotic red light district.
Vietnam Victuals: Vietnamese cuisine has become one of the most accessible and varied cuisines in the city.
Wine Me, Dine Me: Wines and beer that complement Vietnamese cuisine.
We Want Rudi!: In her new biography Nureyev: His Life author Diane Solway calls Rudolf Nureyev ballet's first pop star.
Book Picks: Reviews of Model Behavior, By the Light of My Father's Smile and Leaving Earth.
Dangers Ahead: Meat Beat Manifesto's Jack Dangers seems to relish the San Francisco ideal of the obscure artist who maintains his integrity and lets the world catch up with him.
Punjabi Pop Grows Up: Catching up with Britain's accelerating Asian indies.
Music Picks: Reviews of the latest CDs by Deep Dish, Q-Burns Abstract Message and various artists.
Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more.
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