For the Week of|
November 12-18, 1998
Cover: Ticket to Ride
Behind the scenes of filmmaker Gustavo Mosquero's surreal thriller Moebius.
Heavy Petting: Pets have scrambled up the social ladder, from companions to surrogate children to full-fledged peers. No indulgence is too expensive, too luxurious, or too weird.
News: Super Mario
Mario Ramos mediates migrant worker dispute in Graton.
The Scoop: Patently offensive--Methuselah lives on.
Up to the Task?: See how your kids' school did in the state Standardized Testing and Reporting program.
Climbing Up on Capitol Hill: Check up on the your Congressional Representatives and U.S. Senators--where they stand, how they voted.
Frankly Speaking: The latest batch of songs from ex-Pixies frontman and alt-rock pioneer Frank Black is getting rave reviews. So why doesn't Black put any credence in critics?
Bound for Glory: Singer/guitarist Deborah Coleman finds her voice as a blueswoman.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by DeeJay Punk-Roc, 808 State and various artists.
Broken Promise: The Promised Land, a new book about Jewish immigrants, falls short.
Windsor's Winner: Mariposa is a sophisticated stunner.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Talking Pictures: A stroll through Pleasantville with best-selling Southern author Clyde Edgerton.
String Fling: Six-String Samurai offers zippy irony.
Mining the Seventies: Todd Haynes' Velvet Goldmine laments the lost promise of gender-blurring glitter rock.
DeVito Defeated: Retro women's picture Living Out Loud examines the agony of a cardiologist's ex.
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