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forever young em = By Phil McManus each day we move toward our death, each night the darkness closes in, we grow a little older and death's domain is extended. death cannot touch the staff at McDonald's. they age like clothing models in
Mango Groove Playing at the Palace, Melbourne, on November 13, ANU Bar, Canberra, on November 14 and at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney, on November 16 Reviewed by Norm Dixon Mango Groove, one of South Africa's premier pop groups, has been described
Prospero's Books Written and directed by Peter Greenaway Adapted from Shakespeare's The Tempest Starring Sir John Gielgud, Isabelle Pasco, Michael Clarke To be shown at Melbourne's Kino and cinemas in other cities around Christmas Reviewed by
A Man with Connections By Alexander Gelman Thalia Theatre Company at the Lookout Theatre Club, Sydney Tues-Sun Reviewed by Philip Bilton-Smith A Man with Connections was written by Alexander Gelman, a personal friend of Mikhail Gorbachev, in
Songs of the Blue Mountains Denis Kevans went to the Blue Mountains to live in 1983. He started walking through the valleys and tracks of the Wentworth Falls areas. "I saw a vein of orange ironstone in a slab of weathered sandstone, and I thought
Judith Lucy in Melbourne Supporting Julian Clary (a gay comedian known as "Britain's Second Favourite Queen") on a recent tour was a particularly pleasurable experience for feminist comedian Judith Lucy. In a scene still dominated by humour of the
By Nigel D'Souza Melanie Sjoberg's review of Jungle Fever in Green Left Issue No. 32 has missed the point. It was limited by a narrow, anti-sexist perspective and consequently could not have picked up the rich messages about racism, sexism and
Mysteries from the Cold War Open Verdict: An Account of 25 Mysterious Deaths in the Defence Industry By Tony Collins Sphere Books, $12.99 (pb) Reviewed by Mark Delmege Remember a few years ago the mystery deaths of the British Marconi
ices of Dissent By Andrea Sharam The market commodifies not only art but also artists. However, there are times of greater or lesser tension between the artist and the process of cooption. During the 1960s and 1970s forms such as performance
La Stazione Directed by Sergio Rubini With Sergio Rubini, Ennio Fantastichini and Margherita Buy Reviewed by Kim Spurway This is yet another tale of the princess and the pauper, and of two men fighting for one woman Domenico (Sergio Rubini) is

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