Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

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Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

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IT'S SORT OF A GUY THING

Let's say you're a man who happily spends fall Saturday and Sunday afternoons in front of a TV set, watching football. That pretty much makes you a couch potato, right? Not in Austin, Texas. Later this month, when the hometown Texas Longhorns play their annual showdown game against Texas A&M, male viewers will instead be "performance artists." A columnist for the American-Statesman plans to set up big-screen TVs in the newspaper's parking lot visible from 100 recliners on the nearby Congress Avenue Bridge. The scene is to be entitled "The Remote."

SEE, I KNEW IT WOULD HAPPEN

Then there's Carly Stipe, whose contribution to an exhibit at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minn., has been stolen. But she's not upset. In fact, the theft apparently illustrates exactly what she was trying to express. Her work: a dress made of $1 bills. The show was an exploration of "the seven deadly sins," and the garment was supposed to arouse greed in the viewer.

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