• Issue of
  • Mar 16-22, 2004
  • Vol. 24, No. 64


  • The Passion of Kathy Randels
  • The Passion of Kathy Randels

    The performance artist follows her curiosity wherever it takes her, from Belgrade to the Lower Ninth Ward, from a Contemporary Arts Center residency to performing ³necessary acts of futility² on downtown sidewalks.
  • Green House
  • Green House

    An eco-friendly Habitat for Humanity house in the St. Roch neighborhood sparks a new round in the battle between Greenpeace and the vinyl industry.
  • Stopping SIDS

    A startling fact about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome has public health officials rethinking their target audience.
  • Late Lawmakers

    As the state wrestles with tax plans, five key legislators owe nearly $10,000 in late campaign finance fees.
  • Statutes Still Tell Story
  • Statutes Still Tell Story

    A new report finds Jim Crow-era laws on the books in eight states, including Louisiana.
  • Eire Supply
  • Virgets
  • Eire Supply

    A brief look at the outsized literary role of this undersized island in world culture yields names like Jonathan Swift, Seamus Heaney, James Joyce and W.B. Yeats.




  • Forever Young
  • Music Previews
  • Forever Young

    On Dark Chords on a Big Guitar, Joan Baez popularizes songs by a new generation of folk songwriters.


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