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P.J. Wagner

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THE MAG: CHIPOTLE RESTAURANT SPICES UP DOWNTOWN
June 10, 1999
Chipotle Mexican Grill joins the ranks of Lawrence’s fine Mexican restaurants.
MUSICAL SIGNALS CHANGE FOR SEEM-TO-BES
May 20, 1999
The Seem-To-Be Players is setting its sights on a new horizon, but needs to raise some money to reach its goals.
PIZZERIA UNO GETS TWO-SIDED REVIEW
May 6, 1999
Pizzeria Uno offers a range of menu selections — but watch out for the large servings of cheese and salad dressing.
BLONDE DUET ACT GIVES UPLIFTING PERFORMANCE
May 3, 1999
Beautiful twin sisters Heather and Jennifer Kinley took the stage at Ottawa’s Municipal Suditorium Saturday night. Now, I’ve heard rumors that these girls are nothing but twin, blonde, buxom gals that play only sweet and sappy songs. I’m here to tell you, they deserve much more credit than that. Granted, a few of the Kinleys’ songs were a tad bit candy-coated. (For instance, one of their best known hits is featured on the “Touched By An Angel” soundtrack.) The rest of their lineup, nevertheless, sounded fine and was lyrically satisfying.
CUBANISMO REVIEW
April 29, 1999
Journal-World Music Reviewer Unbridled enthusiasm Tuesday night electrified the steamy dance floor of the Granada as the Afro-Cuban powerhouse orchestra Cubanismo gave Lawrence a rare taste of pure Latin music. Led by the soaring trumpet solos of Jesus Alemany, Cubanismo’s performance was simply phenomenal.
THE KINLEYS GAIN GROUND IN COUNTRY MUSIC SCENE
April 29, 1999
Jennifer and Heather Kinley are enjoying success with their well-crafted contemporary country music.
S IS THE PLACE
April 15, 1999
Fifi’s serves tantalizing Continental dishes nestled in a quiet, cozy atmosphere. As for the service — it could be the best in town.
S SONGS ARE ALL ABOUT EMOTION
April 8, 1999
Deep-thinking David Wilcox underlines life’s issues with his folksie acoustic-guitar sound.
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March 25, 1999
Guy and Mae’s Tavern in Williamsburg offers good barbecue, good service and good times.
SHOW JOURNAL WORLD-WRITER
March 18, 1999
Ryan Sturch’s weekly radio show is an outlet for his love of Jamaican music and lingo.

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