April 20, 2007
Suicide Aid in Dying: God, PR and the right to die in
California. By MATTHEW FLEISCHER
Rolling With Big Boy - The voice of Power 106: Whats a few hundred pounds between friends? By SCOTT T. STERLING
Also, The Imus Factor
Minutemans Tale: A political obituary: Jim Gilchrist, 20052007.
By BEN EHRENREICH
A Considerable Town
God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut: Remembrance by DAVE SHULMAN with an illustration by ANABEL CURRY
Vonnegut's Pies by DWAYNE BOOTH.
Clown Power: JUDITH LEWIS steps up with stilt walkers and activists for a day of national climate action.
Turning the Tables: KPFKs lesbian, African-immigrant boss is accused of sexually harassing its white news chief, by DANIEL HERNANDEZ.
Marrying for Money: Poverty-wage young soldiers wed strangers and friends to get cash and housing, by NATHAN McINTIRE.
Friends in Low Places: A city-approved towing firms manager faces opium-distribution charges no big deal in Bell Gardens, by JEFFREY ANDERSON.
Power Failure: Another judge nixes Villaraigosas school takeover plan, by DAVID ZAHNISER.
In NIKKI FINKEs DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD, high rollers, humbled Harvey and The Hills.
Jonathan Gold Wins Pulitzer Prize: First time for a restaurant critic, first for L.A. Weekly
Eat & Drink
Do Fries Go With That Ube Shake? Perfected fast food at Oinkster, by JONATHAN GOLD.
Satellite of Love: He went XM. She went Sirius. This is their violent, triumphant story, by LIBBY MOLYNEAUX.
Plus, LINDA IMMEDIATO is in the red at Chinatowns Mountain Bar.
JUDITH LEWIS celebrates a week of Earth Day in HOOPLA,
Living Precarity: Singer-songwriter Peter Cases memoirs, round one, by DAVE SHULMAN.
Condensed Cream of Conceptualism: Ginny Bishtons persistent vegetative state, by DOUG HARVEY.
Home Is Where the Fear Is: Middle-class dreads take center stage, by STEVEN MIKULAN.
Plus, new theater reviews,
ALAN RICHs A LOT OF NIGHT MUSIC
COMEDY PICK: Marc Maron, Janeane Garofalo and Henry Rollins by Libby Molyneaux
CLASSICAL PICK: The Diary of Anne Frank by Mary Beth Crain
DANCE PICK: Poisoning the Well by Ann Haskins
Imus Fuss: In SURF REPORT, Meet the Press host and guests get called out, by ROBERT ABELE.
Court and Spark: Ryan Gosling fires up Fracture, by SCOTT FOUNDAS.
The Relativist Hole: ELLA TAYLOR reopens Black Book and takes in Doug Couplands second act, Everything's Gone Green.
PAUL CULLUM remembers John S. Rad, 19362007
War and Remembrances: City of Lights, City of Angels winds down with dark ruminations and hopeful sentiments by SCOTT FOUNDAS
He Is the Champion: Brother Ali raps beyond the pale, by JOHN PAYNE.
In KATE SULLIVANs ROCK & ROLL LOVE LETTER, Coachella and the cure for the common festivalitis.
DANCE CLUB PICK: Bondage Ball by Lina Lecaro
Brick's Picks: Last Call Herman Rileys horn falls silent by BRICK WAHL
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