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Fall Guide 1999

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WELCOME TO THE METRO TIMES FALL GUIDE '99

We share our annual harvest of Autumnal events: a theater schedule bursting with fall goodness... a bounty of new films and TV shows... a healthy crop of local music... and a ripe, juicy list of things to do throughout the coming cooler months.

ART
Dream displays
Metro Detroit art happenings this fall are too varied and vital for words... MT Arts Editor George Tysh helps you sort through it all to discover eyefuls of phantasmagorical art.

COMEDY
Socially funny

Progressive comedian Danny Hoch brings real life to the stage with his complex one-man performance in Jails, Hospitals and Hip-Hop.

FILM
Change to spare

David Lynch makes a G-rated movie for Disney? A review of film's fall releases, where Hollywood mixes it up for a season of fresh departures and creative detours.

LOCAL MUSIC
Fall-out
Detroit's local music scene gets unleashed on an unsuspecting world. Be ready... listening is your only defense.

TELEVISION
Old, but spiced
Lawyers, vixens, & college grads in search of a life – fall TV looks, well... familiar.

THEATER
Colorful stages

Metro Detroit's theater scene is bursting with fall goodness... from well-loved classics to bold new works – come pick your favorites.

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