For the Week of|
February 26-March 4, 1998
Cover: Birthday Bomb
Doing something about too many people may lead governments to do too little, too late.
News: Great Divide
Hearing on alleged police brutality did little to build bridges.
The Scoop: Three shortcuts to the finish.
Holy Rollers: 16 Horsepower revs up for the Apocalypse.
Seeing Eye to Third Eye: Rocker Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye has a bone to pick with everyone.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Lisa Loeb, Bunkhed, Shower with Goats, Sensational.
Talking Pictures: Author, psychologist, and relationships expert John Amodeo attends the disarming romantic comedy The Wedding Singer.
Leaving Las Vegas: Why is Showgirl's director Paul Verhoeven getting ready to film the life story of Jesus?
East End: Nil by Mouth is a London nightmare.
Almodovar Lite: Live Flesh delivers pastel-toned pathos.
Women's Work: Actors' Theatre and Studio Be put female playwrights in the spotlight.
The Dickens You Say: Great Expectations gets stretched to fit modern tastes in new film and book adaptations.
El Niño Bites: The art of eating with your mouth wired shut.
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