For the Week of|
March 9-15, 2000
Cover: Red Death
Loung Ung's memoir provides a searing account of childhood under the Khmer Rouge.
News: Usual Suspects
New sex scandal rocks beleaguered Diocese of Santa Rosa.
Home on the Range: Heirloom chef Michael Dotson is country at heart.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Tribal Spirit: Upsurge in local Native American political and cultural activity.
The Key of Life: Telecom Valley tycoon and philanthropist Don Green reflects on music, money, and manipulation.
Fathoms Deep: Seafaring author Jonathan Raban on the harshness of the sea, the 'melting pot' of America, and 'Captains Courageous.'
Killer Epic: A ruler's plot turns against him in 'The Emperor and the Assassin.'
Mando Mania: David Grisman just keeps on pickin'.
Foo-ey!: Foo Fighters push controversial notion that there is no HIV/AIDS link.
Get Jazzed: Complete program notes on the San Francisco Jazz Festival's spring season.
SF Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.
Model Citizen: New exhibit highlights Ginger Dunphy's naked talent for inspiring artists.
Bard and Beyond: Oregon Shakespeare Festival offers much more than the Swan of Avon.
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