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Cover: Babes in Arms
Last year voters approved the lease of Community Hospital. Now the state is probing reports of declining patient care.
News: Media and Democracy Anyone?
Now is the season of our (media) discontent.
Washington Watch: Campaign cash probe spurs serial amnesia among Clintonites.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
The Dog Pound: Go ahead, just
try to surprise me!
Humor 101: Multi-faceted actor Bill Killinger is a one-man media lampoon in Rush Limbaugh in Night School, playing over 20 characters in two hours.
Talking Pictures: David Templeton chats with psychedelic folk-singing Buddhist, Peter Rowan, about Seven Years in Tibet.
Just Say No: The House of Yes errs in putting the burden of morality on Tori Spelling.
Not Far Enough: Fifties film Going All the Way can't find it's way.
Surfing the Radio Waves: Todd Inoue reports from the front lines of alternative and college-radio music at the annual Music Marathon in New York.
Turn Up the News: Can a station dedicated to rock videos really cover the world?
Spins: Reviews of new CDs from Buddy Miller, the Bottle Rockets, and the Delevantes.
North Bay Music: The new online guide to music events in Marin, Sonoma and Napa Counties.
Your guide to the annual San Francisco Jazz Festival.
Where Garlic is God: If you love food flavored by those bodacious bulbs, then Johnny Garlic's is your place of worship.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
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