Browsing Issue: Wednesday, May 24, 2006
News: Feature: Frontline Rhymes
U.S. soldiers are telling their stories of Iraq through hip-hop.
By VINCE DARCANGELO
News: Letters: Birth of a Weekly
News: Metropolis: Bye-Bye Brahmas
Did Fort Worth set out to run off its hockey team?
By Dan McGraw
News: Second Thought: Yawn Radio
Stop the sanity — bring back Sasquatch.
By MARK K. CAMPBELL
News: Static: As the East Side Turns ...
Music: Featured Music: New Ventures
Their songs may have touches of humor, but Eaton Lake Tonics are serious about music.
By JIMMY FOWLER
Music: Hearsay: Valhalla’s ‘Beautiful’ Nudity
Music: Last Call: The Best Medicine
Music: Listen Up: Jarrod Birmingham
No Apologies (Lone Star Music)
By Caroline Collier
Music: Listen Up: The Theater Fire
Everybody Has a Dark Side (Undeniable Records)
By Tom Urquhart
Music: The Show: The Show
By Anthony Mariani
Film: Film Reviews: Cure for the Common Code
Faith isn’t enough to keep the Da Vinci thing from talkiness and tedium.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Taking It On the Chen
A terrific filmmaker muddles the Chinese martial-arts picture The Promise.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Pan Planner
Bear Creek Country Club Chef Toby Tindall’s got the touch — and he’s always ready to use it.
By PETER GORMAN
Eats: Chow, Baby: Lost in Translation
Calendar: Night and Day: Play Dead
Arts: Gallery: Positive Reversion
Arts: Kultur: Story-fronts
This week’s round-up of cultural happenings goes from the thrift store to The Blue Saloon to hell.
By KULTUR

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