Browsing Issue: Wednesday, July 28 2004
News: Feature: Officer Un-friendly
Stockyards businessmen don’t like the way one cop is taming their “town.”
By JEFF PRINCE
News: Letters: Grief and the Osprey
News: Letters: Keep It Creative
News: Letters: McGreed
News: Letters: The Heat Goes On
News: Letters: What To Tell Them
News: Metropolis: D.A. Rewrites the Law
A law giving the fetus legal status is being used against — guess who — mothers.
By PETER GORMAN
News: Second Thought: The Politics of Donuts
Who says we want this stuff?
By SUSAN BOURLAND
News: Static: Clean Sweep
News: Static: Playing Peek-a-Poodle
Music: Featured Music: Heavy Sunshine
Reports of Polyphonic Spree’s optimism are exaggerated.
By PIET LEVY
Music: Featured Music: Iron Men
Black Sabbath get boxed in time for Ozzfest.
By MATT ASHARE
Music: Hearsay: Local Round-Up
Music: Listen Up: The Cure
The Cure The Cure (Geffen)
Music: Listen Up: Tony Furtado
These Chains (Funzalo Records)
Music: The Show: Spector 45
Film: Film Reviews: Asian-Style Burgers
Supersized laughs are served up when Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Film: Film Reviews: Tráfico
A new star shines in the overhyped but worthy Maria Full of Grace.
By KRISTIAN LIN
Eats: Cafe Reviewed: Salsa Bar
It’s not how you work your hips that counts at Celia’s, but your hands.
By PETER GORMAN
Eats: Chow, Baby: Soul-Searching
Eats: Chow, Baby: The Essentials
Calendar: Night and Day: Winged Conservation

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