Browsing Issue: Wednesday, April 10, 2003
News: Feature: Cleaning Up the Dirty South
Which side of their mouths do local rappers really want to teach kids from?
News: FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Astrology
News: Letters: Correction
News: Metropolis: Unwelcome Visitor
A teen doesn’t want to see the mom she remembers only amid violence.
By GAYLE REAVES
News: Second Thought: Fear and War in Fort Worth
Even when the fighting’s far away, terror’s tendrils can reach out — if you let them.
By MARGARET ALLYSON
News: Static: Ask, Receive
Music: Feature: Free Time
The improv musicians behind Ghostcar are so damn good they’re bad for one another.
By KEN SHIMAMOTO
Music: Hearsay: Crandle in the Wind
Music: Listen Up: Eleven Hundred Springs featuring Kim Pendleton
Broken Dreams (Last Beat Records)
By Ken Shimamoto
Music: Listen Up: Scott Copeland
The Previously Unreleased Never Heard Before, Limited Edition, Collector’s Copy of Scott Copeland & the Mystic Vagabond’s Lost Underground Unplugged Bootleg Cool Sessions Anthology Volume II (Big Noggan Records)
By Ken Shimamoto
Music: The Show:
By Ken Shimamoto
Film: Film Reviews: Dead End Kids
Rio de Janeiro looks a lot like hell in the stylish crime epic City of God.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Diary of a Mad Man
Adam Sandler provides therapeutic laughter in Anger Management.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Lao Pow
You’ll be knocked out by Papaya Garden’s fresh, spicy Asian cuisine.
By NANCY SCHAADT
Eats: Chow, Baby: Deep-Fry that Diet
Calendar: Night and Day: Feel the Burn
Arts: Art: The Scream
Getting all symbolist on Spring Gallery Night.
By ANTHONY MARIANI

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