20/20 Time Out Magazine No 14 May 1990 Richard Harris John Waters Richard E Grant Raymond Chandler
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20/20 Time Out Magazine No 14 May 1990 Richard Harris John Waters Richard E Grant Raymond ChandlerTime Out 20/20 Magazine No 14 May 1990 contents include
FACE VALUE Documentary evidence from Paul Watson; Nick Cave, man of misery; Mano Negra give French rock new confidence; La Gran Scena's Vera Galupe-Borszkh; multitalented writer Philip Ridley; singer Horse rides in.
10 THE SNAKE All you never wanted to know about Baden-Powell and more; does and don'ts for lovers in out-of-the-way Bolivian villages; drink and deposed Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega; zits make a splash; real fur makes a comeback; see the world your chance to join the CIA.
DISPATCHES: Mark Honigsbaum in Paris on a strange murder in the Vosges, rivalry in the capital and death in the clubs (page 20); Richard Guilliatt in New York tells how guilt is overtaking greed among the city's well-heeled (page 23).
24 JOHN WATERS Barney Hoskins on the director's transition from cult celebrity to mainstream maestro with his latest Hollywood film, Cry-Baby. 30 THE KNITTING FACTORY Robert Yates meets two unlikely young hippies who are in charge of 'New York's hippest new night spot. 36 ANISH KAPOOR Sarah Kent talks to Britain's representative at this month's Venice Biennale about his life, vision and extraordinary sculptures.
42 RICHARD HARRIS Back on the big screen for the first time in eight years, Richard Harris has left hell-raising behind him. Paul Mansfield reports. 48 POODLE SPRINGS Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe lives on. Brian Case met Robert B. Parker, the man who took over the gumshoe. 54 MURDER IN SOHO Last year two men burned to death in an amusement arcade. Victor Castigador told Alix Sharkey what drove him to murder. The Knitting Factory bar (page 30) 62 AFRICAN PARIS Mark Kidel on the French capital's enduring and passionate love affair with black culture. 70 COLOMBIAN MUSIC For two days at the climax of its carnival, Barranquilla goes mad. Jo Shinner was there. 76 RICHARD E. GRANT Matthew' Gwyther on the sobering story of the man who made his name as a drunk actor. 80 THE CUTTING ROOM FLOOR Mark Kermode and Nigel Floyd see things that were never meant to be seen. 84 DAVID LODGE Thirty years after his first novel, David Lodge has written a stage play. Steve Grant reports.
COLUMNS: Deyan Swdjic on dissent and disagreement in the world of architecture (page 89); Alix Sharkey behind the scenes in the world of fashion (page 89); Chris Salewic: shows how publishers arc making money from Green consciousness (page 91); Jean Rqlerty with the lowdown on the rivalry between the Glasgow and Edinburgh festivals (page 93).
94 FILM by Adrian Turner 99 VIDEO by Simon Wood 104 THEATRE by Rupert Smith 109 POPULAR MUSIC by Simon Frith 114 CLASSICAL MUSIC by Martin Hoyle 1 18 ART by Sarah Kent 122 BOOKS by Neil Lyndon and Stephen Bayley 127 DANCE by Allen Robertson 130 VIDEO OFFERS
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