Time Out Magazine No 1122 February 19-26 1992 Apache Indian Ron Hutchinson
Time Out No 1122 February 19-26 1992
Jon Ronson 5 Banger to rights — our hack examines the humble sausage. Opening Shots 6 The next eight days in pictures. News 8 Plus Sidelines. Tome For Action 10 Learning to read is no longer as easy as abc. Here our news team examines look and say, phonics, real books and reading recovery. Is it time we went back to Janet and John? Love Me Tender 14 Rock scribe Greil Marcus loves Elvis. Rock scribe Nick Coleman loves Greil Marcus. Together they ponder whether the King left the imprint of his holy bum on a toilet seat. Look Back In Ongar 17 Ongar used to be a 'social' rugby club, legendary for their piss-ups. Now they're two games away from Twickenham. Andrew Shields watches the Essex men in action. Big Bhangra Theory 1.8 Sikh rapper Apache Indian fuses Asian music with reggae. Laura Connelly meets the Brummie cross-culturalist who's on the verge of a major record deal. Ethics Man 20 The First World exploits and poisons the Third World — but Alfredo Jaar's evocative pictures are about defiance rather than suffering. He talks to Sarah Kent. This Little Pygmy 22 Irish writer Ron Hutchinson depicts the frightened inhabitants of shattered Belfast in new play 'Pygmies in the Ruins'. Steve Grant meets the playwright turned Hollywood scriptwriter. Offers 161 Nab 'Red Dwarf yids, caps and T-shirts; win a bundle of books; let him have a let Him Have It' video; concert tickets for less. Last Word 162 Letters and The Wimp.
Cover Feature Boozers and Losers 25 Our tottering teams of hacks review 50 West End pubs and name the best and worst watering holes, and the cheapest rounds in central London.
Food 31 Caroline Stacey on the capital's new restaurants.
Shops 33 Jumbles, sales, plus the latest shop openings and buylines.
Cover Design: Jeremy Leslie Illustration: Kathy Stephen
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