For the Week of|
February 12-18, 1998
Cover: Citizens' Duress
Next week, a rash of local police-involved killings go before a state and federal civil rights panel. So why are activists still up in arms?
News: Silent Killer
Public health officials warn of hepatitis C outbreak.
The Scoop: Politics is a confidence game.
The Jam: Yield proves that Pearl Jam doesn't need smoke and mirrors to rock.
Adventures in Guitarland: Pat Metheny explores uncharted terrain.
Spins: Reviews of the latest CDs by Louis Armstrong, Sonny Stitt, Beth Orton and Goldie.
Talking Pictures: Renowned eccentric Mickey McGowan discusses the delightfully off-the-wall mystery, Zero Effect.
Old-Time Religion: Robert Duvall reaches to preach in The Apostle.
Art House: Breaking ground on Rafael Theater.
Middle Rage: Curchack's Surprise Party is a suicide note to the wonder years.
Blushing Cup: Red is the color of my true love's drink.
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