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Cover: Black Hole
The Cold War is over. Cold War spending is not. Why the government secretly spends billions to defeat a nonexistent enemy.
News: We Remember Judi
A brief history of Judi Bari, perhaps the most famous Earth First! activist of her time, who died last Sunday of breast cancer. Plus, links to other sites which explore her life and work.
Tell No Lies: Has the press misled the public about Petaluma youth invading Helen Putnam Plaza?
The Scoop: Bob Harris on the trouble with clones.
Music, Sweet Music: A four-CD set of black spirituals and a pair of recently reissued Folkways anthologies provide a baptism for gospel fans and the uninitiated alike.
Luck of the Draw: Anson Funderburgh and his Rockets are holding a cool hand.
Spring Thyme: Joanne and Keith Filipello's catering business is just right for the warmer months.
Talking Pictures: Dr. Reinhold Aman, notorious linguist and publisher, reviews the slang-filled gangster flick. 'Donnie Brasco.'
Media Savvy: Emerging artists take up technology.
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