Arts Watch

October 29-November 4


Salon Staff
November 7, 2000 1:00AM (UTC)

Friday

Inside: Urban Box Office shuts down

Inside: Viacom strikes a deal with BET

LA Times: Are we still smitten with Camelot? (TV review)

Variety: Elvis Costello signs on to WB TV show

Review round-up: "The Legend of Bagger Vance"

LA Times: "Physically and spiritually airbrushed"

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Plus: Redford: "I was looking for something uplifting"

NYT: "Excruciatingly boring -- a throwback to Jim Crow era"

Wash Post: "Caddyshack" is better

Review round-up: "Charlie's Angels"

Boston Globe: "Babe-athon"

NYT: "You can have your cheescake and eat it too"

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Chicago Sun Times: "Eye candy for the blind"

Thursday

NYT: New TV season rolling on retreads

NYT: Grammys will stay in LA

Inside: Miramax pitches in for Gore

Inside: "The Street" loses a few points, but "Normal, Ohio" scores

Reuters: People names Brad Pitt sexiest man, again

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Hollywood Reporter: Lieberman still after Hollywood

Wednesday

Inside: "The Street" loses a few points, but "Normal, Ohio" scores

Reuters: People names Brad Pitt sexiest man, again

Hollywood Reporter: Lieberman still after Hollywood

Tuesday

Sonicnet: Guns N' Roses plan tour

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Mediaweek: "Michael Richards," "Dark Angel" in trouble

Billboard: Steve Allen, dead at 78

Monday

Inside: Box-Office Results: "Blair Witch 2" tanks

NY Times: "Millionaire" producers contemplating facelift

LA Times: Actors jobless after strike

The Guardian: Spike's new TV show

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