The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 21, 1986, Image 16

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At Ease
Austin... home for teasips, state
politicians and (for the time being)
Fred Akers. But there’s much more to
Austin. Austin means cool places, cool
attitudes and some very cool people,
like the T-shirt artist on our cover.
This issue of At Ease features a
road-trip guide to Texas’ capital. No,
we don’t mean the museums and the
landmarks. We mean the heart oi
Austin — Sixth Street and other
happenin’ spots.
In addition to suggestions on how to
spend next weekend, At Ease also has
a few other top picks for entertainment
closer to home.
Okay, so you’re going to
Austin for The Game.
Are you ready for Sam
the Frat Zapper (pic
tured at right)? He’s re
ady for you. And so are
thousands of other fun,
bizarre, outrageous and
totally cool Austinites.
This At Ease story
highlights all the best of
the party scenes and
party people. If you
don’t want to look like
an Aggie in this Capital
of Cool, check it out.
And even if you do want
to look like an Ag (after
all, smart money is on
the maroon for The Game) you’ll enjoy this travel guide.
At Ease Staff
The Judy’s “Moo” concert and an interview with lead
singer David Bean; “Gospelfest ’86;” Best Bets
Editors Bill Hughes
Marybeth Rohsner
Staff writers Tony Cornett
Karen Kroesche
Nancy Neukirchner
Reviews Karl Pallmeyer
Photographer Bill Hughes
Reviews 4,5,11
Album Reviews: Bruce Springsteen’s “Live/1975-85”
Movie Review: “Something Wild”
Movie Scene: Showing around town