Time Out Magazine No 1039 1990 Mia Farrow Carl Hiaasen The Sindecut

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Time Out Magazine No 1039 1990 Mia Farrow Carl Hiaasen The Sindecut
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1039 July 18-25 1990 Mia Farrow Carl Hiaasen The Sindecut.

London's wideboy traders have a new scam: shop-squatting. As the Uniform Business Rate cripples retailers, the barrow-boys are moving in for free. Denis Campbell reports on the High Street invasion.
Carl Hiaasen is Miami's vice regent, documenting its psycho-killers, bent cops and butchering plastic surgeons in a series of demented crime novels. His latest, 'Skin Tight', again draws on 16 years of journalism to devastating effect, says Steve Grant.
After failed marriages to Frank Sinatra and Andre Previn, Mia Farrow met Woody Allen. Now the couple are marking their tenth anniversary with their tenth film together, 'Crimes and Misdemeanors'. But her favourite role is still that of Earth Mother to nine kids. Glenn Plaskin met her, while Geoff Andrew talks to her co-star, screen veteran Martin Landau.
The Sindecut is a group of singers, producers and DJs who like rapping, but not the trappings. MC Gladstone tells Isabel Appio how he just wants to create good dance music and stay 'normal' the gold chains, the hype, the macho stance and the cover versions stop here.
Strapped for cash, threatened with closure and with audiences you can count on one hand, life on the fringe can be tough for London's smallest theatres. Yet still they turn out challenging drama and new talent. This week we announce the winners of the 1990 Time Out/`01' Theatre Awards, while Jane Edwardes rounds up London's fringe venues and Steve Grant reviews the reviewers.
25 Family BUSINESS
The Royal Court's new Edit Production of Chekhov's 'Three Sisters' features a canny piece of casting: the roles are played by the real-life Cusack sisters, with venerable father Cyril also making an appearance. Steve Grant talks to Sinead Cusack about sulks and sisterly rivalry.
News: Kylie Sanderson reports on the Code of Banking Practice, plus sales and buy lines; Shopping: Rick Jones visits Lamb's Conduit Street; Food: Caroline Stacey goes in search of pastas new in London's Italian restaurants; Travel: Jeremy Seal unlocks the secrets of the Florida Keys. .

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, theatre's, 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. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 2

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