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- Hooters and Hollywood Agents
- January 27, 2001
Time.com contributor Martin Lewis attends the American TV industry's annual marketplace in Las Vegas - to investigate what hot new TV shows we'll be watching this year. He finds himself up to his neck in hot dogs, hot pizza and hot Hooter girls.
- From Camelot to Crawford...
- January 21, 2001
The post-inaugural parties reflected the passing of the political and social baton - as Time.com contributor and scenester Martin Lewis reveals in the last of his trilogy of Inauguration party reports.
- T'was The Night Before Inaugural...
- January 20, 2001
Time.com contributor and confirmed party animal Martin Lewis continues his quest for the Perfect Inaugural Ball
- Confessions of a Party Animal
- January 19, 2001
Inauguration Diary: TIME.com contributor and Hollywood scenester Martin Lewis is in Washington to document as many inauguration celebrations as he can talk his way into. Here's his first report...
- Bluffing Into The Balls
- January 14, 2001
Don't have a ticket to those big inaugural balls? Don't worry. TIME.com contributor and notorious Tinseltown party person Martin Lewis is here to suggest some ways to attend - sans invitation. After all he reasons - GOP stands for Gatecrash Our Party!
- Taking The Country (Music) For A Ride
- January 12, 2001
What will the partygoers be grooving to in D.C.? TIME.com contributor (and music buff) Martin Lewis surveys the sounds of the inaugural
- Dude - Where's The Party?!
- January 12, 2001
TIME.com contributor and Hollywood party animal Martin Lewis casts his eye eastward to survey the celebrations surrounding the inauguration
- Nouveau Gauche
- December 23, 2000
Left Coast TIME.com contributor and self-styled zeitgeistmeister Martin Lewis predicts how the second Bush presidency will impact the nation's style
- It Was 20 Million Tears Ago Today....
- December 08, 2000
John Lennon's death in December 1980 left a generation weeping. Twenty years later the pain is still palpable.... Time.com contributor (and Beatles historian) Martin Lewis looks back at what John Lennon means in his life.
- Many Years From Then...
- December 01, 2000
As the Beatles' new greatest hits album debuts at #1 and their first film "A Hard Day's Night" is reissued in America - Time.com contributor and Fab-ulist Martin Lewis ponders the phenomenon of their evergreen popularity.
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