For the Week of |
Cover: Dead End Kids
Pacific Avenue's Hippie Corner remains a rest stop on the road to nowhere.
On Dangerous Art: In today's global village, the limits of censorship and control are never as far out as the limits of imagination and anger.
Night Howl: Witty former mathematician, now maestro of the monologue, Josh Kornbluth keeps the Temple Beth El audience in stitches at Saturday's 'Kosher Comedy Night.'
Talking Pictures: Bug-baiting entomologist Richard DiLeo, inventor of the deadly Buzzwacket, views the futuristic giant-bug epic Starship Troopers.
Notes From the Underground: Why the Gorehounds are a punk rock love story.
Burning Ambitions: From the frying pan into the spotlight, vivacious Caffé Bella Napoli is reborn and enjoying a well-received renaissance.
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