February 2002

February 2002 Volume 27 Number 2   Departments Outfront Things to anticipate. By John Fennell   Letters The sounding board makes some noise.   This Month Art, music, theater, Scandinavia. Scandinavia? Edited by Charlene Mills   Insider Three aspiring Latinos, a Milwaukee band (what’s that?) and a lummox, plain and simple. Edited by Natalie Dorman   Pressroom Confidential How sewer problems have stunk up the JS newsroom. By Peter Robertson   Q & A Talking about savory kitchen smells. By Wendy Huber-Wichelt   Inside Views Sweets for the sweet, a bar named Circle A, a pretty school fence…. Edited by…

February 2002

Volume 27

Number 2

 

Departments

Outfront

Things to anticipate.

By John Fennell

 

Letters

The sounding board makes some noise.

 

This Month

Art, music, theater, Scandinavia. Scandinavia?

Edited by Charlene Mills

 

Insider

Three aspiring Latinos, a Milwaukee band (what’s that?) and a lummox, plain and simple.

Edited by Natalie Dorman

 

Pressroom Confidential

How sewer problems have stunk up the JS newsroom.

By Peter Robertson

 

Q & A

Talking about savory kitchen smells.

By Wendy Huber-Wichelt

 

Inside Views

Sweets for the sweet, a bar named Circle A, a pretty school fence….

Edited by Ann Christenson

 

Insider Travel

Cool escapes that aren’t far away.

By Mario Quadracci

 

Dining Out

The comforts of friend food and a bar where you can get whatever you want – for a price.

By Ann Christenson

 

Your Health

The zap that stops sudden cardiac death.

By Carolyn B. Alfvin

 

Dining Guide

Oh, the places you’ll go – if you check out our ever-expanding restaurant listings.

 

Spin City

Ulice Payne, Ben Barkin, Herb Kohl. Mind if we name-drop?

By Bruce Murphy

 

On the Cover

Photograph by Kevin J. Miyazaki at Tim and Leslie Dixon’s home.

 

Features

The Perfect Party

“Perfect” is subjective, sure. But certain hosts have skills the party-challenged don’t. Be a fly on the wall while we see who’s lighting up the social circuit and how they’re doing it.

By Julie Mautner

 

I am a Child Molester

Randy Kellner is a sex offender. He’s spent time behind bars for his offenses – longer than expected because of a new law called 980. Will it make people like Kellner model citizens?

By Pegi Taylor

 

Mr. Bubbles

Ever use Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps? Ralph, who co-runs the “cruelty-free,” hippie-lovin’ soap company founded by his pop, has a million colorful stories to tell about hemp oil and Lord knows what else.

By Kurt Chandler

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