Time Out Magazine No 1230 1994 March 16 -23 Paris Europe's most romantic cityTony Curtis

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Time Out Magazine No 1230 1994 March 16 -23 Paris Europe's most romantic cityTony Curtis

Time Out Magazine No 1230 1994 March 16 -23 including Free Paris pull-out guide.

Hotshots 4
in London
Six pages of gossip, trends and highlights for the coming week. Featuring our man Ronson, our
mole Sidelines, London lines and Dispatches, Edited by Andrew Tuck.
News 11
Plus Martin Rowson.
Continental Drift 12
MP Peter Lilley says Europeans claiming British benefits are scroungers. But their decision to live
here is a sign of our success, says Stephane Mayoux, who tracks down the cr(N-Channel claimants.

Oils On Troubled Water 16
Tony Curtis: film star, hellraiser, boozer... artist?? Maria Lexton meets the silver-haired charmer
to talk about Marilyn, movies, and the first exhibition of his paintings in England.

Rooftop Terrace 20
The winner of the Time Out short story competition is unveiled. Peter Brown tackles our 'London
From Dawn to Dusk' theme with a millennial tale that eclipsed all other entries.

Driven To Distraction 23
As a new BBC series focuses on people and the motors they drive. Nigel Kendall examines our
magnetic attraction for metal.

Offers 161
Win a fabulous weekend for two in Paris; nab a free pass for Euro Disneyland; visit the Imperial
War Museum and get *La Grande Illusion' on video.
Sell Out
News 27
Spit and find out if you're fertile.
Jane Bartlett reports
Pain Sailing 29
Will channel ferries become a
thing of the past? Read our guide
to see whether 'the ferry
experience' can beat the chunnel.
Food 32
Caroline Stacey introduces the next
leg of the Awards.
Buys And Bargains 34
All the latest openings, plus
jumbles and shop news.
International Agenda 35
What to do when you get to Paris.
Cover Design: Jeremy Leslie
Photograph: Robert Doisneau/
Last Word 162
Letters and The Wimp.
Time In
Pick of the Week 141
TV gossip and our pick of the
week's viewing.
Aerial views 142
Broadcast news, plus TV sport,
Cinefile, radio frequencies and all
the week's network TV films at a

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