For the Week of |
January 15-21, 1998
Cover: Feel the Burn
The Hash House Harriers are drinking club with a running problem. Plus, seniors sidle up to super-slow lifting.
News: Road Rage
Are Marin conservationists ready to flatten the freeway tax?
Hot Rocks: The psychobilly gospel according to the Rev. Horton Heat.
Ragga Man: Jamaican DJ Shabba Ranks moves from hymns to humping to stranger bedfellows.
Spins: Reviews of the latest CDs by Rahsaan Roland Kirk and Peter Case.
Black & White: Artist Michael Rudnick goes back to future.
Talking Pictures: Controversial political author David Harris looks at the dark-humored White House satire Wag the Dog.
Rough Strife: Love on the rocks in flinty Afterglow.
Cheap Thrills: Low-cost wines for holiday hangover.
Viewers Like You: Is PBS worth saving?
Got Milk?: Meet Reid Fleming, the world's strongest--and strangest--milkman.
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