Browsing Issue: Wednesday, November 14, 2002
News: Feature: Mr. Bass, Tear Down These Walls
Why Fort Worth is home to the worlds tallest birdcage.
By Dan Malone
News: FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Astrology
News: Letters: Carswell Outrage
News: Metropolis: Destroying a Garden to Beautify
A trustee calls students’ plantings an eyesore.
By BETTY BRINK
News: Static: Tattoo This:Don’t Get Towed
Music: Featured Music: Back on the Run
Flickerstick is still around — and the band members are happier than ever.
By VIC DRABICKY
Music: Hearsay: Celebrity Boxing
Music: Listen Up: Blues Traveler
Blues Traveler Live: What You And I Have Been Through (ARTISTdirect Records/BMG)
By Jeff Prince
Music: Listen Up: The Nomads
Showdown 2 — The 90’s (White Jazz import)
By Ken Shimamoto
Music: The Show: The Wreck Room
By Ken Shimamoto
Film: Film Reviews: Goodbye, Columbus
Harry Potter gets bitten by the sophomore jinx in his latest film.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Transition Shots
Reel changes remake the local film commission.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Spaghetti Eastern
Find a Little Italy — Josephine’s, that is — in the suburban blunder of Southlake.
By NANCY SCHAADT
Eats: Chow, Baby: What’s the Hubbub, Bub?
Calendar: Night and Day: Steps Around the World
Arts: Gallery: University Art Center
Arts: Stage: Four-Finger Discount
Despite brave performances by its two actors, Circle Theatre’s Misery falls flat.
By JIMMY FOWLER

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