Browsing Issue: Wednesday, September 17, 2003
News: Feature: We’re Not
Murder victims’ families use their grief as fuel to turn up the heat on cold cases
By Gayle Reaves
News: FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Astrology
News: Letters: A Moving Offer
News: Metropolis: A Wide Bible Belt
Residents are fighting church expansion plans that are swallowing their neighborhood.
By BETTY BRINK
News: Second Thought: Tomorrow’s Tulias
The drug task force system needs to be fixed, before a bad system lands more innocent people in jail.
By PETER GORMAN
News: Static: Austin’s Real Stinkin’ Mess
Music: Featured Music: Tex-Sax
Fort Worth’s Dewey Redman has tenor, will travel.
By KEN SHIMAMOTO
Music: Hearsay: Fredzz
Music: Listen Up: Paloalto
Heroes and Villains (American Records)
By Brian Abrams
Music: Listen Up: The New Pornographers
Electric Version (Matador Records)
By Matthew Smith
Music: The Show: Wreck Room
Film: Film Reviews: Can I Get an Amen?
Hallelujah! Cuba Gooding Jr. and gospel music redeem The Fighting Temptations.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: What a Girl Wants
Thirteen is bad luck, but Evan Rachel Wood is so good.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Rocky Mountain High
Still kickin’ after all these years, Café Aspen — like fine wine — has aged well.
By NANCY SCHAADT
Eats: Chow, Baby: Exit, Smiling
Calendar: Night and Day:
Arts: Gallery: Beth Clardy
Arts: Stage: The Rig
Fort Worth Opera opens its season with a moving production of a Verdi classic.
By LEONARD EUREKA

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