|Posted on Sunday, September 29, 2002 - 5:28 pm: |
|Posted on Sunday, September 29, 2002 - 4:56 pm: |
first and last paragraphs of the review (from 1997):
Who says you can't judge a magazine by its cover? When we saw Vol. 3 of au Juice there on the rack, with its seductive Nagelesque cover art, we sensed good things were in store. We had to know more about this new gem touting itself as the "journal of eatin', drinkin' and screwin' around."
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In short, au Juice is intelligent and fun. Especially charming is its subversive aim to include an article on "something illegal" in every issue; this one features absinthe. Newsstand price is $4.95, subscriptions $24 for six issues. For information, call 1-510-548-0697
And here I learned something new about the town of Bisbee (near Tucson): http://www.tucsonweekly.com/tw/2002-04-25/review2.html
He's especially fond of Bisbee, where, he just learned to his delight, they serve absinthe by the gallon if you go to the right parties, and where he started his career by winning $300 in the 1990 Bisbee Poetry Festival's "Jump the Border" poetry performance contest.
Guess I need to get meself invited to some Bisbee parties.