Browsing Issue: Wednesday, January 04, 2006
News: Feature: Wired for Tragedy
Short-outs on training save electric companies money, but may cost workers their lives.
By PETER GORMAN
News: Metropolis: Stealing a Life and Identities
Evidence in an abandoned truck brought Hank Nava to the trailer where he was killed.
By MICHAEL WHITELEY
News: Second Thought: Ink vs. Electrons
Newspapers have got to go with the ’net flow or die.
By TRACY EVERBACH
News: Static: Filthy Lucre
Music: Advertisement: Ridglea Theatre
Music: Featured Music: Letting Go, Going Forward
Their oh-how-cute! days long gone, the men of Green River Ordinance celebrate young adulthood by releasing a full-length of sparkling radio-popistry.
By JIMMY FOWLER
Music: Hearsay: Blue-Eyed Soul
Music: Last Call: Stockyards Stocked?
Music: Listen Up: Jeff Prince
Hey Love! (Reload Record Company)
By Tom Geddie
Music: Listen Up: Watermelon Slim
Up Close & Personal (Southern Records Group)
By Tom Geddie
Music: The Show: cut*off
By Anthony Mariani
Film: Film Reviews: He’s Not Gay Here
L is for Ledger, ladies, and Lasse Hallström, but Casanova isn’t lascivious enough.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: The Rules of the Game
Woody Allen’s latest comeback reaches a nerve-wracking Match Point.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Just Like Casa
El Pollo Palenque may cater to the new Mexican immigrant, but foodies of all nationalities should stop by.
By DAN MCGRAW
Eats: Chow, Baby: Come Back Strong
Calendar: Night and Day: Signs of the Crosses and Times
By Leonard Eureka
Arts: Books: Course of ‘Empire’
TCU prof Jeff Ferrell recounts his Dumpster-diving days in a new book.
By ANTHONY MARIANI

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