For the Week of|
March 4-10, 1999
Cover: Dead Beat
Ex-'60s radical John Sinclair on William Burroughs.
News: Failing Grades
Public agencies flunk grand jury's Y2K preparedness survey.
IDA Ideal: Community collaborative prepares 401k plan for the poor.
Pregnant Pause: Religious right rushes to fill post-abortion counseling void.
Durst's Law: Comedian Will Durst on the Y2K mess.
Up to the Task?: See how your kids' school did in the state Standardized Testing and Reporting program.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
Spins: New release by the Roots, Steve Earl, Built to Spill, and more.
New Wave: Blondie delivers a strong comeback CD.
Talking Pictures: Employment specialist Heather Shea on Office Space, the new Dilbert-meets-Kafka office-worker comedy.
Butt Ugly: Behind the marketing madness surrounding 200 Cigarettes.
Mussel Beach: She shells seashells ... you know the rest.
Wine Lines: Size matters and other thoughts on wine pricing.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
'Hamlet' on a Half Shell: Fred Curchack's electrifying one-man Hamlet.
A Carnival of the Last Days: A new book and CD expose thrill seekers to the shocks and shivers of the new millennium.
Obscured by 'Blue Light': Walter Mosley turns from mysteries to science fiction in a new novel.
Chip Lit: Joe Hutsko, Po Bronson and Pat Dillon are busy creating the newest microgenre: the Silicon Valley Horatio Alger novel.
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