For the Week of|
April 23-29, 1998
Cover: Aye, Carumba
Animator Dave Silverman has lived with The Simpsons for nine years--and he ain't complaining.
News: Tongue Twister
Ron Unz wants to silence bilingual education. But can we afford that?
KKKrime: DA rules out hate crime.
The Scoop: How batty can you get?
And the Beetle Goes On ...: A veedub-lover takes the new Beetle on the road to compare what's under the hood with what's behind the hype.
Green Monster: Just when you thought being a vegetarian was safe, E. coli--the dreaded bacteria of the burger world--has been turning up in lettuce.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
Word Play: Talking Pictures takes Lollapalooza poet Hal Sirowitz to the Tourette Syndrome romance flick Niagra, Niagra.
(Mis)Fitting In: Nicholas Philibert's documentary, Every Little Thing, about a theatrical production by patients at a French asylum is a thought-provoking cinematic work.
Something Rotterdam: Oscar-winning Dutch director Mike van Diem talks about Character, his brooding new film about 1920s Rotterdam.
One Very Big Ego: Michael Moore is full of himself in his new documentary, The Big One.
A Tribute Fit for a King: Hip-hop generation honors Martin Luther King Jr. on Living the Dream album.
Spins: Reviews of the latest in African blues and grunge guitars, plus Smokin' Joe Kubek.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
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