For the Week of|
August 31-September 7, 2005
Cover Story: Kilo Quest:
Armed with just his wits, a hand-drawn map and a copy of Twain, Alastair Bland travels the Baja Coast in search of hidden treasure.
Nüz: Cat Scratch Fever; Operation Enduring Drugdom; WAMMFEST III.
Rev: Car Share: This borderline obsessive behavior came about because I've been thinking about car-ownership costs.
Drugs and Corruption: A death in Kenya exposes corporate greed in Fernando Meirelles' adaptation of John Le Carre's 'The Constant Gardener.'
The Beautiful South: 'Junebug' offers lovely acting in a slender slice-of-the-South indie.
Full Circle Imperium: Underground legends the Hieroglyphics return to the Catalyst.
Laptop Lounge: Brazilian Girls bring their global glamour and a New York City 'melting pop' aesthetic to the Attic.
The Rock Show: Les Claypool; Medeski, Martin & Wood.
Dear Osama: Chris Cleave's 'Incendiary' delivers a powerful vision in the voice of an ordinary woman.
Turn on the Red Light: Red's décor may be monochromatic, but its menu has a full-spectrum of enticing options.
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