Browsing Issue: Wednesday, April 12, 2006
News: Feature: Ten Years and Going Strong
News: Letters: Pre-emptive Strikes
News: Metropolis: Viva La Familia
Sunday’s immigration march could prove a turning point for local Hispanic politics.
By DAN MCGRAW
News: Second Thought: Live! Who Cares?
If a tv reporter has a pulse and she’s outdoors, it must be news.
By TRACY EVERBACH
News: Static: Shutting Up the Scientists
Music: Featured Music: New Blood
Though they’ve been together for six years, The Charismatics mine the blue-collar, punk life for newish outlooks.
By PABLO LASTRA
Music: Hearsay: Wall of Sound-Off
Music: Last Call: Do You Wanna Know Club Secrets?
Music: Listen Up: Atreyu
A Death-Grip on Yesterday (Victory Records)
By Justin Press
Music: Listen Up: Max Stalling
Sellout (Lone Star Music)
By Steven Steward
Music: Listen Up: Radney Foster
This World We Live In (Dualtone Records)
By Jennifer Robertson
Music: The Show: 100 Damned Guns
By Anthony Mariani
Film: Film Reviews: And Your Brother Too
For Latin moviegoers only, La Mujer de mi Hermano breaks an important silence.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Untrue West
Wim Wenders and Sam Shepard wander the desert in Don’t Come Knocking.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Red, White, and Green
A big, delicious mix of cuisines, nationalities, and flag colors takes shape at Taqueria Rey.
By BRIAN ABRAMS
Eats: Chow, Baby: The Belknap Zone
Calendar: Night and Day: Suffer the Little Children
Arts: Gallery: P.R.I.N.T
Arts: Kultur: Vampires
On the screen, in the classroom, and on the stage, bloodsuckers are running roughshod.
By KULTUR

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