For the Week of|
January 11-17, 2001
Cover: Sour Note
When it comes to his 'Jazz' series, filmmaker Ken Burns could have done better.
Important events as reported by daily newspapers and summarized by Daedalus Howell.
Opinion: The John Ashcroft Nomination
What other news and opinion sources say about the Attorney General designee.
People For the American Way: The case against the confirmation of John Ashcroft.
The Nation: Analyst Bruce Shapiro offers his objection to the Ashcroft nomination.
The Village Voice: Do the Democrats have the guts to sink John Ashcroft's nomination?
St. Louis Riverfront Times: Senator John Ashcroft's re-election bid was tainted by suspect campaign contributions from a pharmaceutical giant.
Mind, Body, Spirit: Wellness is all in your head.
From Flab to Fab: Shedding pounds naturally by eating healthfully.
Open Mic: Peaceful Path.
Geek Girl: Say the M-word, and you'll be free.
On a Mission: A quiet brunch at the Sonoma Mission Inn.
The Wide-Eyed Gourmet: It's winter and thoughts turn to the motherland.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Bombs Away: 'Thirteen Days' offers duplicitous account of Cuban missile crisis.
Up from the Dead: Lee Press-On still comes out swinging.
Wayne's World: A musical journey into clean and sober twang.
SF Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.
Visual Variations: Falkirk Cultural Center showcases artist award winners.
Courting Danger: Politics and law collide in 'Protect and Defend.'
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