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pg. 2 - A Letter from the Executive Director
Bemto Huerta
pg. 4 - HUSTLING
The Green Hornet
pg 5 - LA CORDILLERA ENAMORADA
Doanid Calledare
pg. 6 - IMAGE AS ISSUE AT ISSUE
R Eric Davis
pg. 7 - "Talk Show Inspiration"
Andrea Garza
pg. 8-9 - DEEP IN THE HEART OF CULTURAL
POLITICS
Lynn Curi
pg. 10-11 - PAINTING AS ETIQUETTE
Mark Frohman
pg. 12-13 - FORECASTING SPRING 1995
Peter Doroshenko
pg. 13 - "Prison Trade"
Selven O'Keef Jarmon
pg. 14-15 - "Let's Dress Julie"
X-Acto

pg. 16 - PERRY HOUSE'S "BROOCHES AND
OTHERS"
Elizabeth McBride
pg. 17- A PLACE FOR ALL ISSUES
Sean Thornton
pg. 18 - 'FREE SPIRITS' IN THE ETHER
Chris Ballou
pg. 19-21 - OUT OF TOWNERS
New York - Peter Doroshenko
Los Angeles - Bill Begert
Chicago - Lori Gray
pg. 22 - NARCOLEPSY ON COLQUITT
Chris Ballou
PETER LAURENS MOL AT CAM -
WHAT WE DID AND DIDN'T GET
Marlene Matalon
pg 23-25 - INDUSTRY NEWS
pg. 26 - SWIMMING IN SWEENEY'S HOLE
Kellev Loftus
pg. 27 - ANTI-TRUST

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Huerta, Benito; Ballou, Chris & Loftus, Kelley. Art Lies, Volume 3, October-November 1994, periodical, October 1994; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth228036/m1/3/ocr/: accessed September 25, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .