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  • In black and white

    published December 28, 1995

    Alan Paton's classic 1948 novel Cry, The Beloved Country managed to be both political and literary in a century of world literature that often... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published December 28, 1995

    thursday december 28 Earthly Pleasures: By this time of year, our ears bleed spontaneously each time we hear a "fa-la-la-la-la," so... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published December 21, 1995

    thursday december 21 Winter Solstice Celebration: When Dallas Observer ran an item about the Summer Solstice drum celebration, we... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published December 14, 1995

    thursday december 14 The Littlest Angel: The Dance Consortium is a troupe for people who don't like too much of any one dance style,... More >>

  • Tough love

    published December 7, 1995

    The shadow of marital infidelity falls dark and heavy over the theater, perhaps because that subject is particularly suited to the claustrophobic... More >>

  • Kids these days

    published December 7, 1995

    It's impossible to review a film and not consider the political climate of the country in which it was produced, especially if the movie makes no... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published December 7, 1995

    thursday december 7 Malignant Redemption: Goethe's Faust legend has for centuries now served as a neat microcosm of humanity's... More >>

  • Feast of sins

    published November 30, 1995

    Sin and redemption are the favorite themes of Janet Farrow, a skilled, intuitive adapter and a flamboyant, if sometimes overly mannered, director.... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published November 30, 1995

    thursday november 30 Webb Gallery: For anyone who finds the New York-based visual art establishment something of a well-organized... More >>

  • Treasure trove

    published November 23, 1995

    For a film critic to react negatively to the beloved renaissance of Walt Disney animation is something akin to a Catholic priest criticizing... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published November 23, 1995

    thursday november 23 Save the Turkey: Stop complaining about all the fat calories in delicious food and do something about it, if... More >>

  • Finger painting

    published November 16, 1995

    The 41-year-old Taiwanese-born director Ang Lee has been granted a rare international honor--unanimous box-office approval from audiences who... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published November 16, 1995

    thursday november 16 Birthday Benefit Bash For The Word: If you have any doubt that Dallas has a spoken-word it can be proud of,... More >>

  • The dark half

    published November 9, 1995

    The voice that comes across the phone line from New York City is fearlessly confident and authoritative--except when it becomes agitated or... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published November 9, 1995

    thursday november 9 David Hume Kennerly: Photojournalism gets closer to being an art form than almost any other discipline in the... More >>

  • Overstuffed bird

    published November 2, 1995

    While you're watching Jodie Foster's second directorial effort (she hit notes both gorgeous and discordant with Little Man Tate, her 1991 debut as... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published November 2, 1995

    thursday november 2 15th Annual Fall Craft Fair: The non-profit Craft Guild of Dallas wants to drag closeted hobbyists and their... More >>

  • Second-hand thrills

    published October 26, 1995

    If you had any doubts that the Hollywood script factory has run out of things to say about serial killers, Copycat stumbles into theaters like a... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published October 26, 1995

    thursday october 26 Doubles: Japan and America's Intercultural Children: As often as Americans get bogged down in their own racial... More >>

  • Low-lifes on parade

    published October 19, 1995

    As if the Los Angeles Police Department didn't have a big enough public-relations disaster after the O.J. Simpson murder case, along comes Strange... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published October 19, 1995

    thursday october 19 A Literary Overview of the Post-War period: The friends of the SMU Library celebrate a quarter-century of... More >>

  • Dangerous liaisons

    published October 12, 1995

    Filmmaker Gus Van Sant almost scored another flop to go along with his last film--Even Cowgirls Get the Blues--based on the kind of advance notice... More >>

  • Events for the week

    published October 12, 1995

    thursday october 12 Sacred Circles of the People: There is an amazing range of subjects being covered in the two-day "Sacred... More >>

  • Mad about the boy

    published October 5, 1995

    Boy George has about a half hour to spare on the way back to his New York hotel, but he sounds as though the morning has treated him well.... More >>

  • Beautiful nightmare

    published October 5, 1995

    One of the biggest box-office successes in the history of Japanese cinema, The Mystery of Rampo arrives on these shores as a limited engagement in... More >>

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