For the Week of |
Cover: Ditching Prozac
Pushing pills to relieve a sad fate, forged by bad blood.
News: Excessive Force
The outcry over police brutality.
The Scoop: Blowing out the candles with the CIA, the paparazzi problem and what's in a name?
Hungry Like a Wolf: Los Lobos and their search for musical excitement.
Spins: Revisiting Kurt Weill and the music of another Monk.
The Second Oldest Profession: New things in store for the 22nd annual San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition.
Ember Down Below: Talking Pictures hunts for the elusive, butt-kicking EPA agents so thrillingly depicted in Fire Down Below only to discover that there's a reason that this film isn't a documentary: There ain't none.
Stone Pages: Thirty years ago, an obscure young artist named Oliver Stone wrote a novel. Now that he's a famous director, we all get to read it.
Avant-Godard: Contempt brought brains face to face with Brigitte Bardot's beauty.
Salt & Fat: The skinny on what dessert chefs eat when they crave a treat.
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