For the Week of|
February 24-March 3, 1999
Chip Off the Old Book
Old myths and new metaphors come together in Joe Hutsko's new novel about the high-tech world.
Hunger: Lan Chang explores the fear and confusion that animate desire.
Traveling Mercies: Anne Lamott isn't afraid to believe.
A Darker Place: Laurie R. King the psychology of religious cults in her newest mystery.
Vladimir Nabokov: A personal centenary salute.
News: Biting Into Measure N
Fluoride fighters aim to test state law with local initiative.
Art & About: Some mighty fine local representation on the ballot of this year's Bammies.
Notes From The Underground: The rockabilly Haywoods release a 7-inch and Fugazi invades Watsonville.
Viva Convivio: Fueled by luscious flavors, vivacious ambiance and the stylish instincts of chef Marco Verduzco, a new trattoria conquers Santa Cruz.