BILL MOYERS: NO TOMORROW
"The last word has always been
written in the sand. Cities and states lie buried beneath it."
PROHIBITION DOESN'T WORK by Eugene
Prohibition invented the bootlegger,
and now the drug lord. Is is time to legalize drugs?
G-STRINGS AND SYMPATHY reviewed
by David Steinberg
Strip club guys. Who are these men
and why do they spend tens of millons of dollars -- not to have
ARE ORGANIC VEGETABLES HEALTHIER?
by Joe Schwarcz
We know they cost a lot more.
But are they cost-health effective? Herbicides and pesticides
raging against the night.
SIX DEGREES OF JAZZ
Take the 'highway to the end of
the night' with Madeleine Peyroux. There's no bottom too deep,
no summit too high.
RAP MUSIC: TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES
by Robert J. Lewis
Is Rap a coping mechanism, an inner
city rage-report or a minimalist, one-note nadir?
MYLÈNE GERVAIS: NO PRETTY
PICTURES by Lydia Schrufer
The aesthetics of child abuse in
black, white and red.
SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DEVIL: THE
JOURNEY OF ROMÉO DALLAIRE by John Griffin
What's it like having 800,000 deaths
on your conscience? He believes he could have, should have prevented
the Rwandan genocide.
NIGHTFLIGHT By Liam Durcan
It didn't even occur to him that
he was hurting, that he was a latent, recidivist melancolic,
until he decided to . . . .
ON THE MISERY OF STRANGERS by Rochelle
Why should we care about people
we don't know? Thick skin and carapace and Little Girl Blue.
IN THE BEDROOM with Margaret Somerville
How deep is your love? How big
is your bed? Same-sex marriage and the either/or proposition.
She sings and composes in the key
of life -- Martha Wainwright.