Your required reading for the fall semester.
Opens Friday at the Lumiere.
Merrill Feitell's collection of short stories insists that sharp wits, good education, and a keen sense of observation do not equal happiness
Yes, punch-card voting machines are error-prone. The touch-screen systems planned to replace them may be just as bad.
How an S.F. theater troupe helped turn a reclusive novelist into a full-fledged playwright
Tom Armstrong gave up on punk rock -- and Iowa -- for honky-tonk
The Christal Methodists and Ralph Johnson turn the rhetoric of politics and religious radio against itself