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The former vice president talks about his new documentary and the threat posed by global warming. ‘We didn’t ask for it,’ he says, ‘but here it is.’
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 06.22.06
Judge Charles McGee Friday met with reporters to talk about the difficulties of being a family court judge.
By Dennis Myers
By Steve Sebilius
The election of a Nevada woman as bishop of the U.S. Episcopal Church is marked by church turbulence.
Episcopalian parish administrator Roberta Rambeau sounds off on the hubbub over the election of Katharine Jefferts Schori to presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church.
By D. Brian Burghart
Local government should not rush into new security plans because of Judge Weller’s shooting.
Met some people, learned some stuff, had some fun, .
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
You got to love those progressives.
By Michael Lafferty
Will the world end in heat, darkness or a field in Ohio?
By Deidre Pike
The works of glass artists Carole and William Hutchison look like they were formed using the laws of alchemy or magic rather than just plain physics.
By Kris Vagner
A man of many talents, artist and lawyer Bruce Lindsay can now add “filmmaker” to the list.
By Brad Bynum
By Kelley Lang
by Kevin Canty.
Reviewed by Kirk Robertson
by R. Crumb and Peter Poplanski.
Renovations at the Brewery Arts Center are fit to be called an extreme makeover.
By Stephanie Perry
Precious oddball performances are on full display with the wrestling comedy Nacho Libre.
By Bob Grimm
Ethiopique 21 by Tseque-Maryam Guebrou.
By Kirk Robertson
James Hand is the raw real deal with The Truth Will Set You Free.
La Mosca’s tribal beats can get under your skin in the best possible way.
By Kat Kerlin
Ciao’s food is more contemporary California fusion than traditional Northern Italian, but that’s no complaint.
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