For the Week of |
January 8-14, 1998
Cover: Avant God
Avant-garde performance artist Brian Routh's eclectic world. Also, the schedule for the Cinnabar's Eclectic Theatre Festival.
News: See Jane Run
Petaluma Vice-Mayor Jane Hamilton is in fighting trim for Supe seat.
Technophobia: Not everyone wants a part of the wired world, and unplugged author Stephen Kessler thinks he knows why.
Flu to You, Too: How a 'charismatic young Canadian geographer' digging up dead Norwegian miners could become your worst nightmare.
Washington Watch: Meet new boss, same as old boss.
Hey, Hey, We're the Monks ... : Tibetan monks raise a bundle for the Buddha.
What is Hip?: It's time to stop posing and embrace the real thing.
Buddha Boy: With no sex and no chase scenes, Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left for the East? still manages to thrill the senses.
Film at Eleven: Barry Levinson's Wag the Dog makes war on the media.
How Sweet It Is: Atom Egoyan's dark drama The Sweet Hereafter dwells in perfection.
Poems and Plates: Cooking kilt sheep guts in honor of Scot poet Robbie Burns.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
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