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The Governator is in. The Gray man is out. The Capitol’s populace is in a state of nervous anticipation. Scenes from the transition.
By Jeff Kearns
This article was published on 11.13.03
A local icon brings the gay and lesbian community together.
By Amy Yannello
A scripture-reading congregant gets carried away. Literally.
By Jason Probst
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Kimberly Jones is a good neighbor—the kind who will help you clean out your rain gutters if you ask her to.
By Sarah Sol
Riordan may want to rethink taking the education job once he’s faced the anti-reformers.
By Jill Stewart
President Bush needs to set a plan to end the occupation of Iraq. Anything less is a betrayal of the American men and women serving there.
We can’t afford to lose more personal freedom to corporate greed.
By Jamie Court
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
The Toyroom hosts collaborating artists John Stuart Berger and Pete Bettencourt, mixing it up on the canvas.
By Jackson Griffith
San Francisco writer Beth Lisick has more extracurricular activities than a high-school junior applying for Harvard.
By Becca Costello
Hornby’s reissued Songbook comes complete with five new essays and more wonderful intellectual insecurity than ever.
Reviewed by Cornel Bonca
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
A Wall Street Journal column on how conservatives are making serious inroads into the liberal media, which killed Kenny.
A poem by Christine I. Niezabitowska of Sacramento.
By Christine I. Niezabitowksa
A full moon in the sky and plenty of lunar action onstage at the Horsemen’s Club with Bobby Rush and his fine dancers.
If you’ve only seen the movie version of Flower Drum Song, you’ll be amazed by The Broadway Series’ modernized production.
By Jeff Hudson
Ithaka Calling is a charming first attempt by 23-year-old playwright and director P. Joshua Laskey.
By Patti Roberts
Bring a few extra dollars for the pricey but delicious sandwiches at Jump Start Café.
By Lark Park
Good eats at the venue of the week.
By Dan Flynn
Local sextet ¡Bucho!, whose recent self-titled record is a pleasant surprise, plays Old Ironsides this weekend.
Local R&B cover band Mercy Me! provides a solid live-music experience for those who don’t demand original material.
By Christian Kiefer
Americana icon June Carter Cash’s last album is a worthy finale to a great career.
By Kel Munger
Local electronic composer Chachi Jones expresses his love for closed-in places on Claustrophilia.
Barbra Streisand’s The Movie Album shows her doing what she does best.
By Paul Morrison
Two shows: A major-label alt-rock group from out of town road-tests new songs at The Boardwalk, and some real alternative-rock vets crawl into Old Ironsides.
Peter Weir and Russell Crowe team up in this worthy high-seas adventure.
By Mark Halverson
By Jim Lane
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