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  • Oct 17-23, 2001
  • Vol. 18, No. 42

Columns

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Music

  • Stepping Tall
  • Stepping Tall

    Black college marching band competitions combine top musicianship, dance and contemporary hip hop and rap

Arts

  • Hell's Scribe
  • Hell's Scribe

    Sonny Barger, longtime head of the Oakland Hell's Angels, visits town to promote his memoir
  • Reality Wars
  • Reality Wars

    Bin Laden has demonstrated a canny understanding of American media with one televisual coup after another

Film

  • In Dreams
  • In Dreams

    Mulholland Drive weaves its way through its director's unconscious much as the road after which it's named snakes through the Hollywood Hills

Ye Olde Archives

  • In books
  • In books

    Even though the Simpsons spend more time in church than any other TV family, Homer Simpson still describes his religion as, "you know, the one with all the well-meaning rules that don't work in real life. Uh, Christianity."
  • In percussion
  • In percussion

    The idea behind Stompis to make rhythm out of anything that can make noise: brooms, Zippo lighters, garbage can lids, hub caps, kitchen utensils, boots, sticks.
  • Live
  • Live

    Suran Song in Stag at the Humble Pie; Frank Gratkowski and Miro-East Collective at GO! Room 4.
  • Stretching it
  • Stretching it

    House Democrats got more out of their narrow majority this session than their comfortable Senate brethren

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