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Category Archives: 2007

Yet Another Question of Brutality

In mid-May (2007), Esther Hwang, a model and soon-to-be lawyer from San Francisco, was celebrating the end of her law school curriculum with a friend in North Beach when she was accosted by two San … Continue reading

July 9, 2007 · Leave a comment

Spotlight On American Masters

An American Master Revealed: No Direction Home Bob Dylan In Don’t Look Back Eagle Rock Entertainment Eye On the Independents, Featuring Shana Morrison From the DVD Corner Image Entertainment CD … Continue reading

April 1, 2007 · 1 Comment

Glenn’s Deer Handle

Stooped over and covered in mud, trying to pull a long gangly buck through the dense underbrush at dusk – that’s when deer hunters everywhere have felt the need for … Continue reading

February 1, 2007 · Leave a comment

On Food & Cooking

Eye On the Chef: Emeril Lagasse’s New Book A Keeper EMERIL’S POTLUCK. Emeril Lagasse. William Morrow. Make no mistake – this guy can cook! And this book — to borrow a … Continue reading

February 1, 2007 · Leave a comment

Cards4Kids & In-Concert Cinema

Cards4Kids: Stimulating Creativity In Children A new project just launched by C2Media (in partnership with Nickelodeon and just in time for the holidays) looks to promote a change in the way that … Continue reading

February 1, 2007 · Leave a comment
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