For the Week of|
June 29-July 6, 2005
Cover Story: Radio Fear:
Legislative wrangling threatens the future of local public radio.
Nüz: Nurse Power; Dough Rolling; Stoning W.
Rev: Dog Days: The dog days of summer are here, and if you're a canine owner, that usually means shuttling Cujo to the local parks, swimming holes and doggy bakeries.
Budapest Underground: A grim Hungarian comedy full of urban rot and greenish faces, 'Kontroll' is the stuff of midnight movies.
All Natural, No Preservatives: The Preservation Hall Jazz Band brings in a bumper crop of New Orleans Jazz as it rolls into the Rio Theatre.
The Rock Show: Charles Lloyd; Robert Earl Keen.
Rapture of the Nerds: In Charles Stross' 'Accelerando,' corporations barter with post-human souls over an intergalactic Internet.
A Sparrow's Song: Classy Cafe Sparrow eases Monday moodiness with its rustic ambience, delicate cuisine and wine specials.
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