For the Week of|
April 16-22, 1998
Cover: Hot Plate
In the kitchen with Willowside Cafe's Richard Allen--the first in a series of wine country chef profiles.
News: Whale's Tale
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.
Porno Probe: County jail guards targeted for downloading sexually explicit Internet material while on duty.
The Scoop: The Cuban menace and Monica Lewinsky.
Fashion & Fury: From Tarantino to gangsta rappers, the N-word is back. But has it lost its sting?
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.
Very Veggie: Mollie Katzen's Moosewood follow up.
An Earful: Felix & Louie's puts the din back in dinner.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Don's Slow Burn: Christopher Walken dominates prep boys in Suicide Kings.
One Man's Band: Stone Temple Pilot Scott Weiland's solo debut beats the odds.
Pulp Power: The British band that mooned Michael Jackson holds up the flag for sexy guitar rock.
Misery Loves Company: This is dedicated ... love-song phenom Delilah massages listeners' hearts.
Dark Satanic Malls: John Miller studies commercialization of the landscape in Egotopia.
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