For the Week of |
Sept. 25-Oct. 1
Cover: All in Jest
The winners of the Jive 3 cafe writing contest.
News: Toxic Grapeland
At 49 lbs. per harvested acre, Sonoma County uses nearly double the state average in pesticides.
Ollie's Party: Iran-Contragate figure-turned right wing poster boy Oliver North throws a post-subpoena, post-Cold War party--and you're invited.
Washington Watch: Veteran Capitol Hill journalist Doug Ireland ponders the Friends of Al.
Ice Princess: Björkishness abounds on Homogenic.
Talking Pictures: Stressed out after seeing The Game? David Templeton calms down with top sports psychologist, Dr. Jim Loehr.
City of Tarnished Angels: L.A. Confidential taps into a rich vein of Hollywood decadence. Also, get down and dirty with director Curtis Hanson and novelist James Ellroy, the men responsible for the vintage L.A. movie
Mixing Wine, Oil and Music: A chat with gentleman farmer/Doobie Brothers manager, Bruce Cohn.
Making Whoopie: Last of the Red Hot Lovers heats up the Jenner Playhouse.
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