The Best & Worst of 1994

Tallying a year of Pulp Fiction and pulp fact

Of all the entries on our best and worst lists, you would think one would perfectly sum up the year 1994. Love! Valour! Compassion!, the title of Terrence McNally's new play, No. 2 on our Theater list, doesn't really do it; but would the top choice, Three Tall Women by Edward Albee, serve any better? Supermodel Nadja Auermann, the stratospheric antiwaif, does appear on the People list -- but that's only one tall woman. As for the other lists -- yes, Lutoslawski's symphonies are beautiful, and Andre Agassi showed unwonted grit at the U.S. Open, and The Lion King features an...

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