Browsing Issue: Wednesday, October 8, 2003
News: Feature: A New Era for Near South
Developers seek to meld poor and prosperous, history and future, in an ‘urban village.’
By Betty Brink
News: FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Astrology
News: Letters: Wanted: More Buses
News: Listen Up: Aardvark
By Ken Shimamoto
News: Metropolis: A Very Closed Case
This death-row DNA hasn’t cleared anyone’s name.
By DAN MALONE
News: Second Thought: Noodling for Humans
When a guy catches a 40-pound fish using himself for bait, whose brain is bigger?
By JENNIFER BRIGGS
News: Static: Felony: Paranoia
Music: Featured Music: Killer or Filler?
A little bit of industry talk, a little bit of astringent b.s. — it’s your scene, kinfolk.
By ANTHONY MARIANI
Music: Hearsay: Tommy
Music: Listen Up: The Warlocks
Phoenix Album (Birdman Records)
By Matthew Smith
Music: The Show: Tiffany Shea
Live from Houston (Self-released)
By Ken Shimamoto
Film: Film Reviews: Murder Me, Bill
Banzai! Girls with swords dominate Quentin Tarantino’s demented fantasy.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Ouch Potato
Local Philip Eisner says he’s ready to get back into horror films ... after his nap.
By BRIAN ABRAMS
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: We Herd an Explosion
Bluebonnet’s Boom Room serves up some dynamite bar food — including a buffalo burger.
By KEN SHIMAMOTO
Eats: Chow, Baby: Cooking with Gas
Calendar: Night and Day: Raising the Curtain
Arts: Gallery: The Grid: Unlocked
Arts: Stage: Not Toying Around
With Ben Stevenson at the helm, Texas Ballet Theater kicks it up a few notches in Coppélia.
By LEONARD EUREKA

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