For the Week of|
February 19-25, 1998
Cover: Starr Gazer
At 92, Brenda Starr comic creator Dale Messick draws the line at nothing.
Eco Warrior: Marty Griffin on the eco-ethics of the California coast.
It's No Picnic: Local authors recalls outing with the Manson Family.
Winter Reads: Short takes for long nights.
News: Don't Jump!
Why are our kids killing themselves? Local forum searches for answers.
Solomon Says: A report from the Grim Reaper.
Master Craftsman: Texas singer/songwriter Guy Clark is livin' his dream.
Talking Pictures: Best-selling novelist Katherine Neville--author of The Eight--discusses the richly symbolic movie, The Apostle.
Of Mice and Men: Filmmaker and novelist John Sayles receives the Steinbeck Award.
Plain Talk: Spike Lee's thoughtful 4 Little Girls.
Up a Creek: Kevin Williamson turns teen sex into teen schtick on TV's Dawson's Creek.
Greed Is Good: PASCO's Other People's Money is as good as gold.
Get Real: New mags target teen girls' real lives.
Pan Pacific: Gary Chu's Osake restaurant is an uneven mix.
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