Browsing Issue: Wednesday, March 13, 2003
News: Feature: Scorched Earth Policy Part 1
A U.S. spraying program in Colombia doesn’t seem to be stopping the drug trade, but it’s poisoning everything else.
By Peter Gorman
News: Feature: Scorched Earth Policy Part 2
News: Letters: Old Wounds, More Words
News: Metropolis: Documentsin the Case
The plot surroundingFort Worth school construction spending just got thicker.
By BETTY BRINK
News: Second Thought: Luigi, show the nice cable guy how to make this bill disappear.
By AMBER ROLLINS
News: Static: Signs of a Cover-Up
Music: Featured Music: Mod Squad
That Britpop stamp Supergrass left on our ears is still aglow.
By ANTHONY MARIANI
Music: Hearsay: Goodwin Plays,Quiet Breaks Out
Music: Listen Up: The Chemistry Set
The Chemistry Set (Self-released)
By Ken Shimamoto
Music: Listen Up: Woodbelly
Captain Coy (Self-released)
By Ken Shimamoto
Music: The Show: The Quails and Hella at Rubber Gloves
By Matthew Smith
Film: Film Reviews: The Junior Recruit
The spy kids aren’t alright in the misbegotten Agent Cody Banks.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Where’sthe Green?
Local lad bemoans Fort Worth’s dearth of Irish pubs and pub food.
By DAN MCGRAW
Eats: Chow, Baby: But Wait, There’s More
Calendar: Night and Day: Opera-and-Coming
Arts: Art: Sub-Atomic Dog
Quantum physics and music have much to do withMark Stephen Smith’s paintings.
By ANTHONY MARIANI
Arts: FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: Astrology
Arts: Gallery: The Art Corridor

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