For the Week of|
April 9-15, 1998
Brainy Bay Area comic Johnny Steele--Live 105's morning radio-show host--unleashes his Comedy Breakout at LBC.
News: Dark Horses
A new stable of hot-to-trot candidates come out of the gate.
Germ Warfare: Turning crud-devouring bacteria into gold.
Whale Babies: The growing gray whale population is one of the great environmental success stories of the decade. But one of the breed's last wild refuges is threatened by the plans of industrial giant Misubishi.
The Scoop: Paula Jones and the separation illusion.
Frankly Speaking: RiggsWatch keeps an eye on conservative Rep. Frank Riggs, R-Windsor, a controversial candidate for a U.S. Senate seat.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
Talking Pictures: Wide Awake with agnostic author Sukie Miller.
Full of Himself: The big ego behind Michael Moore's film The Big One.
Seeing Eye to Third Eye: Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind has a bone to pick with everyone.
Spins: Reviews of the latest CDs by Izzy Stradlin, Tortoise, The Who and Ramblin' Jack Elliott.
Primal Purge: TV producers turn to demographic study groups in hopes of finding new characters to juice up old shows.
In the Black: SCRT's The Adding Machine tots up.
Fairdrinkum: Australians understand the balancing of red wines.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
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