For the Week of|
June 25-July 1, 1998
Cover: The Indy Awards
Our 1st annual arts and entertainment awards recognizing some of the community's unsung heroes.
News: Damaged Health
County jail health-care service has an ugly past.
Lingo Lag: Why Johnny can't talk good.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
Suddenly Summer: Our guide to all of the season's hottest events.
Trip-Hop Trance: New albums by Massive Attack and Tricky bring back Bronx worship by way of Bristol.
Girl Talk: Gina Arnold can't hang with the self-aggrandizing Lilith Fair.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Jim Nollman, Keel VI, Terry Callier and various artists.
Talking Pictures: OK, it wasn't exactly the 24-hour Beaver Network, but during the early days of TV, child actor Jerry Mathers grew up in the fishbowl that was America's eye on the world. David Templeton hooks up with the Beav to discuss his take on The Truman Show.
Waiting to Inhale: Hav Plenty is a frame-breaking romantic comedy made on a shoestring. Plus, Richard von Busack interviews director and star Christopher Scott Cherot.
Cold Dish of Careerism: Lisa Cholodenko's icy High Art turns from chic comedy to humiliation.
Food Roots: Confessions of a Burrito Queen.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Price Is Right: Author Reynolds Price is no saint, but he plays one in the literary world.
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