Sept. 27, 2002

Volume 22, Number 4

ON THE COVER:
features

Best of Austin 2002

Readers' and critics' favorites
news

Matters of Perception

Evidence suggest that former APD officer Timothy Enlow hasn't been completely honest -- nor have those who have testified against him.

BY JORDAN SMITH

Weed Watch

BY JORDAN SMITH

50 Watts of Freedom

BY CHRIS WOMACK

Behind the Tree

BY MICHAEL KING

Scott Locked Down

Michael Scott is convicted in the second yogurt shop murder trial.

BY AMY SMITH

Another Bite at the Dogs

BY DAVE MANN

Buda Sewage Overflow

BY AMY SMITH

War Drums

BY MICHAEL KING AND LEE NICHOLS

TxDot's Retention Detention

The I-35 / Ben White drainage tunnel may be adequately filtered -- someday

BY DAVE MANN

Murder or Madness?

BY JORDAN SMITH

Naked City

News in brief from Austin to the world

BY LAURI APPLE AND MICHAEL KING

Austin @ Large: Austin at Large

The Envision Central Texas project is an opportunity for the citizens to plan our own destiny.

BY MIKE CLARK-MADISON

The Hightower Lowdown

George W. Bush makes war on evildoers -- except the ones he likes; and W and his cohorts love war -- unless they're the ones who have to fight.

BY JIM HIGHTOWER

music

"Austin City Limits" Festival Picks & Sleepers

Blurbs on the majority of ACL Music Festival performers

BY ANDY LANGER

Screens

Film Reviews

arts & culture

Arts Reviews

All My Sons

There is potential in this material for overwrought melodrama, but as realized on the Mary Moody Northen Theatre stage, Miller's morality play has a simmering urgency.
columns

Page Two

Over time, our "Best of Austin" issues have become an ongoing catalog of all things Austin, truly capturing the city and conveying a deep sense of place.

BY LOUIS BLACK

Postmarks

Our readers talk back.

Mr. Smarty Pants

BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

Day Trips

BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

About AIDS

BY SANDY BARTLETT

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