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Volume II, Issue 41
April 5 - April 12, 1999



News & Opinion

A new debate is raging in the scientific community these days about the health hazards of the frequencies that enable our wireless way of life. Wondering what the sensible way for America to handle the Kosovo crisis is? One of the orneriest men in Congress may have the answer.

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Film & TV

"The Matrix," featuring the acting genius of Keanu Reeves, is finding success with critics for it's amazing stunts and stunning computer effects. Get individual takes on the film from Tucson Weekly, Nashville Scene, and Ausin Chronicle. Plus more.

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Music

Artists are forever damned, whether they toil in obscurity or hit the big time. Noel Murray explores two bands in the hell that is growing up musically. And more.

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Arts & Leisure

Behind the Times
Pondering Art
Edible Insects
Black Theatre
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Books

You're going to hear more about the millennium than you ever imagined possible in the next 9 months. Scream now and get it out of your system, then read reviews of these Y2K related books: "Apocalypses: Prophesies, Cults, and Millennial Beliefs Through the Ages," by Eugene Weber; "The Pyrotechnic Insanitarium: American Culture on the Brink," by Mark Dery; Andrei Codrescu's "Messiah;" and Alex Heard's "Apocalypse Pretty Soon." Plus much more.

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Comics

Come down from your Staggering Heights and get to the Red Meat of the matter with this swell set of cartoons that also includes Mueller, Eye of the Beholder, K. Rat and Random Shots.

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