For the Week of |
News: One Lump or Two?
Edison Complex: Of lawn trees, light displays and the not-so-subtle art of making spirits bright in Willow Glen.
Public Eye: Candidates line up to replace Supervisor Mike Honda.
Polis Report: Reduce, reuse and recycle those fruitcakes.
Carrying Freight: Train's musical cargo runs from rock and pop to folk.
Boneheads in Berkeley: Skinheads bust up punk show at Berkeley Square.
Fantastic Failures: What's in a name? Failure is anything but.
Rappers Gang Up: A trio of new albums by Tupac, Snoop and Westside Connection reaffirms the staying power of gangsta rap.
Time and Time Again: Morris Day and the Time keep on ticking.
Audiofile: The latest CDs by Reverend Dennis Kamakahi, The Alligators, Frank Rogala and Social Distortion.
Beat Street: Local band Crack gets cased, but plays on.
Jerry Rigged: Even Tom Cruise can't salvage the soul of a sports agent in 'Jerry Maguire.'
Heaven Comes to Houston: Whitney sings like an angel in 'The Preacher's Wife.'
Que Viva Eisenstein: Even in fragments, the world-renowned Russian director's historical Mexican epic impresses.
Short and Sweet: Local filmmakers showcased at ImageFest '96.