For the Week of|
January 29-February 4, 1998
Cover: Pigs Can Fly
Spice + ham = America's favorite mystery meat.
News: Tractor Troops
Farmers steamed over Geyser plan.
Wag the Media: With the White House under siege over the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal, writer Don Hazen asks if Bill Clinton is ready for Gulf War II.
Washington Watch: Public television isn't worth the trouble.
Flu to You, Too: Yee-haaaa! Hapless scientist about to rain an ancient plague on the world.
Go Ahead--Gripe!: The trauma test can tell if you're really and truly miserable.
Righteous Bore: To be completely DiFranco about it, the latest from Ani bites.
Spins: Rapping from Tupac's grave, plus Silicon Valley nights.
Cel Mates: TV's South Park steers animation to the limits of technical minimalism.
What Is Hip?: We argue that it's hip to be square.
Talking Pictures: Novelist David Malouf visits The Winter Guest.
Glass Houses: Oscar and Lucinda is a Fiennes old time.
Rat's Cradle: Our reviewer wishes he'd a bin escapin' Chapin.
Garden in a Cup: Testing the waters of Taylor Maid teas.
Stalking Wild Greens: Foraging in the concrete jungle.
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