For the Week of|
March 5-11, 1998
Cover: Kids & Pills
In a society that has little time for its children, parents are turning with increasing frequency to powerful mind-control drugs to manage their kids. Is this the kind of brave new world we want?
News: Dirty Business
Can growers live with proposed USDA organic regulations?
The Unknown Hacker : A man identified only as Analyzer says he is the real Pentagon Hacker.
The Scoop: CNN PR SNAFU at OSU.
(Still) Raisin' Hell: After scaling personal and professional tribulations, Run-D.M.C are back in black.
Spins: A quartet of noteworthy new jazz CDs.
Talking Pictures: Renowned social reformer and notorious ex-prostitute Margo St. James on the power of sex and Dangerous Beauty.
Cold Comfort: Identity and reality get the sci-fi shuffle in Dark City.
White Out: Those young white wines are ready to drink.
Perfect Timing: The Actors' Theatre production of All in the Timing bangs a gong.
Southern Lights: Novelist Shirley Ann Grau crosses the color line to create memorable characters in black and white.
Zen Flesh, Zen Bones: Petaluma author Carol Flinders seeks a spiritual feminism.
Sex in the Afternoon: Novelist Mary Gordon is Spending her time wisely.
Ad Nauseam: Even television advertising isn't as good as it used to be. Or is it too good for its own good?
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