Time Out Magazine No 1006 1989 Meg Ryan Prince Gerry Sadowitz Wendy James
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Time Out Magazine No 1006 1989 Meg Ryan Prince Gerry Sadowitz Wendy JamesTime Out MAGAZINE No 1006 1989 features Wendy James on cover....Contents as follows.
ELEVEN MEN DEAD Eight inmates and three officers of Brixton Prison have killed themselves this ye Controversy centres on 'Fraggle Rock', the prison's hospital wing, and prison doctors have warned of 'disastrous consequences' if urgent action is not taken. A calls for a public inquiry mount, Denis Campbell investigates.
COMING OF AGE Orgasms and pastrami have made the earth move for Meg Ryan. Now riding the crest of box-office winner 'When Harry Met Sally', she was long stuck blonde 'girl-parts'. In Los Angeles with Hal Hinson, she consults a psychic, and talks of asylums, resurrection and the hit-and-myth climax.
VICIOUS BOYS The new breed of crotch-grabbing American comics take red-neck humor to new depths, creating maximum offense with a swamp of nigger, fag and bitch jokes. As Gerri Hirshey discovers, they're crude, brutal, hate-filled — and horribly successful.
HATED 100 It's a strain being so godDamned nice all the time, so once a year we let rip with the low-down on the capital's creeps, cretins and crap concepts. So here it is, the roll-call of the reviled, the census of the senseless, the fiends, flops and fiascos that make living in London such capital fun. .. THE GOB FATHER Stand-up comedian Gerry Sadowitz calls Terry Waite a 'fucking bastard', Nelson Mandela a 'cunt', and is thinking of making his 'Gobshite' nickname official. Malcolm Hay finds him refining abuse of Glaswegian Pakistanis in his new show "Lose your comic virginity".
CAT'S WHISKERS Catherine Glover, aka Cat, the latest Prince protege and star of the 'Lovesexy' tour, breaks free from his purple reins with her new 'I Am Energy' album. Isabel Appio asks the self-styled 'crazy Rambo-chick' how she's enjoying life outside the Paisley Park.
To this day Time Out magazine continues to provide information to make the most of living in London – from comedy nights, art galleries, classic clubs and old-school caffs to shops & markets, film houses, theaters, pubs & bars, small music gigs, concerts, clubs, cabaret, poetry readings etc. Time Out London magazine covers just about everything happening in London at the time of issue. Ex condition. Perfect readable copy. Will be posted in a strong card envelope. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 8
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