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November 8, 2002

Volume 22, Number 10

 
news
food
  • Living in the Moment

    MM Pack profiles legendary foodie Ann Clark.

    BY MM PACK

  • Food-o-File

    Virginia B. Wood discusses the untimely death of her friend and Austin "pioneer" Patrick Knight in this week's "Food-o-File."

    BY VIRGINIA B. WOOD

  • Second Helpings: All Japanese

    Austin is the new Japan! In this week's "Second Helpings."
music
screens
  • First You Laugh, Then You Join Greenpeace

    The vinyl industry's environmental and health dangers hit home when documentarian Judith Helfand's family installs vinyl siding. Helfand caught it all on tape in her toxic comedy, Blue Vinyl.

    BY ANNE S. LEWIS

  • A Hollywood Twist

    Ilan Mitchell-Smith, the "other dude" from Weird Science, reflects on his Teen Beat past and on co-star Anthony Michael Hall.

    BY SARAH HEPOLA

  • The Artful 'Dodger'

    First-time writer / director Dylan Kidd talks about his award-winning indie debut, 'Roger Dodger.'

    BY MARC SAVLOV

  • Short Cuts

    Dead Man Talking: A panel of local film academics & critics discuss the Tim Robbins' film in anticipation of the opera adaptation.

    BY MARC SAVLOV

  • TV Eye

    While viewers are asleep at the remote, the FCC is pondering some dangerous deregulation.

    BY BELINDA ACOSTA

  • Film Reviews

arts & culture
  • Run by Families, Run for Families

    It's a Friday evening at the Santa Cruz Center for Culture, and as the Aztlan Dance Company rehearses its production of Reflexiones '02, the company shows how after 30 years it's still not only an exhilarating dance company, but very much a family affair.

    BY SARAH HEPOLA

  • Tender Terror?

    Gallery Lombardi's new juried show "Hallowed Ground" finds dark beauty and fearsome light in its artists' views of religion.

    BY MOLLY BETH BRENNER

  • Trouble at AMT

  • A Piece of Work

    Ralph White's painting Segment of an Unknown Journey is suggestive of both microscopic and telescopic views, bearing at once a resemblance to a dye-drenched photo of a living cell after mitosis and a polychrome picture of distant, light-smeared celestial bodies taken by the Hubble telescope.

    BY MOLLY BETH BRENNER

  • Arts Reviews

columns
  • Page Two

    In the wake of the Republican Dream Team's electoral sweep, expect the governmental services you depend on to be diminished.

    BY LOUIS BLACK

  • Postmarks

    Our readers talk back.
  • After a Fashion

    Oh! It's such a chore to pull one's self together for a night out on the town … but some nights are really worth it. Plus, we are hosting another Drag Ball. Details inside.

    BY STEPHEN MACMILLAN MOSER

  • Day Trips

    BY GERALD E. MCLEOD

  • Mr. Smarty Pants

    BY MR. SMARTY PANTS

  • To Your Health

    My nails were never great, but the last two years I have really suffered from nails that are too soft to hold up to daily wear and tear. I also notice some ridges developing. What can I do to improve them?

    BY JAMES HEFFLEY, PH.D.

  • About AIDS

    Wright House Wellness Center: Holistic Therapies for HIV, HCV, and Cancer

    BY JOE BARNES

  • Feedback

    Letters to the editor, published daily
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