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Scientists and educators fear conservative political muscle could force religious ideology into public school classrooms.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 01.13.05
A Nevada lawyer’s memo became the Bush administration’s torture policy.
By Dennis Myers
By Emmily Bristol
For some, this giant snowstorm has just been an excuse to play outside.
By D. Brian Burghart
If casino workers won’t stand up for themselves, nobody will s.
What’s a little snow? Come on, you humans, adapt.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Life and traffic here in the formerly wild West, before the deluge of Californians, were damned near utopian.
By Bruce Van Dyke
It’s up to people to decide whether they want to help one another.
By Michael Lafferty
Sledding—it’s better than high-speed Internet access but not exactly snorkeling in Hawaii, either.
Ronda Wilson’s photography elevates form to radiant effect.
By Kris Vagner
Light of the Soul is a new church that accepts people from all lifestyles.
By Rory Dowd
Cole Coonce has written the punk-rock version of a novel.
Reviewed by D. Brian Burghart
Dispel the winter blues with a pop-punk show at New Oasis this weekend.
By Kelley Lang
Sexiness and environmental responsibility are no longer mutually exclusive.
By Becca Costello
You can knit anything with this book—even Henry Rollins.
Reviewed by Becca Costello
White Noise is the first movie of 2005 to really bomb.
By Bob Grimm
French band M83 alters its trademark sound on its new album, but you’ll like it anyway.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Ariel Pink’s still recording lo-fi psychedelia on an eight-track in his bedroom, but he’s got better distribution now.
Get Killed has an identity crisis.
By Tim Prentiss
Bibo Coffee cares deeply about the integrity of its espresso.
By Brad Bynum
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