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  • Jul 29 - Aug 4, 1999
  • Vol. 16, No. 18

News & Opinion

  • State of Inequity

    As Our Population Grows, The State Government Pulls In Plenty Of Tax Dollars. Local Governments Are Left To Pick Up The Costs.
  • The Skinny

    Money flows in our latest water war…The County Attorney's Office battles Judge Mike Brown...Darkness visible at Sunnyside...and so very much more!
  • Dear John

    Recalling The Days Of Camelot -- And The Hope For A Better Tomorrow.

City Week

Cinema

Music

  • Soundbites

    A trio of duos overtakes Club Congress; Howe Gelb's the piano man Tuesday nights at 7 Black Cats; Bang Tango, Los Federales and Thunderosa rawk the Double Zero; and more!

Arts & Culture

  • A Persistence of Vision
  • A Persistence of Vision

    Even After A Lifetime's Collaboration, The Energy Lanford Wilson And Marshall Mason Bring To The Stage Shows No Signs Of Aging.
  • Simply Hideous

    David Foster Wallace Pushes The Boundaries Of Commercial Fiction With Help From Some Very Bad Men.
  • Cibecue Redux

    A Local Author Takes A Second Look At The Tragic Events Of The Apache Outbreak Of 1881.
  • Peltier Bound

    In a collection of essays that's part manifesto and part memoir, Leonard Peltier, an inmate serving two life sentences, asserts his innocence.

Chow








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