Time Out Magazine No 1441 1998 April 1-8 Clint Eastwood Martin Scorsese Peter Fonda
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Time Out Magazine No 1441 1998 April 1-8 Clint Eastwood Martin Scorsese Peter FondaTime Out MAGAZINE No 1441 1998 April 1-8 Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, Peter Fonda, Cate Blanchett, Amsterdam drug laws etc...
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4 Sink of a number: Douglas Adams' Starship Titanic'. Stop this madness: Fancy yoghurts. Place your bets: Who'll win the Grand National? Plus: People-carriers, Andrew Mosby goes loopy over Leonardo, and Sidelines dives from the twin-engined aircraft of gossip into the azure sky of conjecture. Edited by Linton Chiswick.
10 London beat: A right hash of it? It's long been contended that keeping drugs illegal encourages the involvement of organised crime. But is decriminalisation the best solution? Tony Thompson reports. 12 Film special Clint Eastwood At 67, he spends less time in the saddle and more time behind the camera. But with'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil', Clint proves he's still riding high. Geoff Andrew meets one of cinema's all-time greats. 16 Film special Martin Scorsese From the mean streets of New York to the mountains of the Himalayas, Scorsese has covered a lot of ground. The maverick director tells Tom Charityabout the spiritual journey that led to 'Kundun'. 18 Film special Peter Fonda The forgotten Fonda returns with an Oscar-nominated performance in 'Ulee's Gold' and an autobiography that has scandalised sisterJane. He tells all to Tom Charity. 20 Film special Cate Blanchett She's blonde, she's blue-eyed, but she's no bimbo. Trevor Johnston meets the Aussie actress whose performance in 'Oscar and Lucinda' has put her on Hollywood's wish list. 22 Stephen Dillane His Hamlet was a triumph and he excelled as the fearless journalist in 'Welcome To Sarajevo', so why is Stephen Dillane so terrified of 'Uncle Vanya'? Jane Edwardes finds out.
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DIY don't you? Avoid the pitfalls of decorating with our guide to glitch-free DIY. Five creative bods share their home-transformingtips and traumas. 30 Shop talk Wise buys, men's knitwear, and architectural salvage. 35 Food Richard Ehrlich reviews new, restaurants, plus the Time Out Eating & Drinking Awards Best Small Restaurant shortlist.
37 News All the capital's top stories, plus Fast & loose and Martin Rowson. 39 This Week Sarah Kent reports on what Russian artist Ilya Kabakov is doing to Camden's Roundhouse (p44); novelist Nicola Barker tells Eithne Farrywhy she loves boars (p50); and former Pere Ubu man David Thomas previews his 'Disastodromer event at the South Bank (p 112).
39 Around Town/Visitors 44 Art 49 Body & Mind 50 Books/Poetry 53 Children 56 Clubs 65 Comedy 71 Dance 73 Film 109 Gay 112 Music: Rock 132 Music: Places 134 Music: Classical/Opera 138 Politics 139 Sport 142 Theatre
152 Cover story Travel Hit the streets and canals of Amsterdam with our smokin' guide to the city's high points and Dutch treats. Plus International Agenda. 161 Classifieds Ads to your life. 178 Time In 182 Day-by-day guide 198 Cable and satellite 204 Radio 208 Technology 209 Offers A weekend in Amsterdam, Grolsch beer, and a preview screening of 'The Big Lebowski'. 210 Last Word Letters and The Wimp.
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