Browsing Issue: Wednesday, December 14, 2005
News: Feature: Above the Crowd
The hottest new star on the neo-soul scene is a proud son of the Fort.
By JIMMY FOWLER
News: Metropolis: High, Dry, and Hot Under the Collar
Gas drillers may have hit a mother lode of angry citizenry.
By JEFF PRINCE
News: Second Thought: Don’t Pave the Park
A city charter amendment could help save our remaining greenspace.
By PAT CHEONG
News: Static: Perk-olatin’ Problems
Music: Featured Music: Four Stars
Even before playing their first show, The Burning Hotels were the hottest rock band in town — for good reason.
By PABLO LASTRA
Music: Hearsay: the cut*off got Experience
Music: Last Call: Sports? Check. Babes? Check. Awesomeness? Absolutely.
Music: Listen Up: John Dufilho
John Dufilho (a.k.a. I remain, as always, a rabble rouser from the mountains) (Glurp Records)
By Caroline Collier
Music: Listen Up: Slave To The System
Slave To The System (Spitfire Records)
By Justin Press
Music: Listen Up: The Skaggs & The Whites
A Skaggs Family Christmas: Vol. 1 (Skaggs Family Records, Inc.)
By Tom Geddie
Music: The Show: The Show
By Anthony Mariani
Film: Film Reviews: Gorilla Filmmaking
You won’t go ape for King Kong, but it still reaches some heights.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: The Stones in Concert
Sarah Jessica Parker fights her future in-laws in a surprisingly good reunion comedy.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Brown Bag It?
Chef’s Bistro and Bakery subtly raises the question: Is “homemade” the same as “I could’ve done this at home”?
By JIMMY FOWLER
Eats: Chow, Baby: She Bangers
By Chow, Baby
Calendar: Night and Day: ’Nother Nutcracker
By Leonard Eureka
Arts: Kultur: Kultur
Local actor shines on the big screen, a Star-T art critic spreads the love, and other effluvia from the crankiest arts columnist in town.

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