For the Week of|
September 20-26, 2001
Cover: Fall Leaves
North Bay writers serve up poetry, novels, & much more.
Dark Angel: Local lawyer gives horror fiction a home in 'Dark Hollow.'
Eye Candy: Pomegranate publishes visual treats.
Local Literary Journals: A guide to North Bay publications.
Bookends: Salman Rushdie cancels Corte Madera appearance; Sonoma County Book Fair goes on as planned.
News: Hate Street
Hating the Taliban: An Afghan Perspective.
Open Mic: Bohemian editor Greg Cahill looks at America's past relationship with the Taliban.
9-11 Tribute: Dylan Thomas' "And Death Shall Have No Dominion."
Donations: A guide to relief organizations.
News Bites: Short takes on this week's events in the North Bay.
Kenneth Cleaver: The Consumer Correspondent wants personal questions from Staples Inc. telephone operators.
Geek Girl: No Innocence.
Critic's Picks: A guide to the week's best arts, theater and music events.
Fast Lane: Innocence lost in 'L.I.E.'
Blue Soul: Robert Cray is feeling satisfied.
Bilingual Initiative: Hip-hop star Kool Keith jumps on Latin-rock bandwagon.
SiFT: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.
'Stop' & Go: Lesbian love story gets uneven treatment at AT.
The Coffee King: Taylor Maid Coffee's co-founder stirs it up in the java jungle.
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