Sept 25

                
  • GRASSROOTS POWER

    GRASSROOTS POWER

    September 25, 2004

    Polls wrong, keep up the fight Just got off the phone with friends. We have all — to a person — agreed that the polls have absolutely no logic. I travel the whole state regularly and...

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  • Hotel workers seek industry-wide contract

    Hotel workers seek industry-wide contract

    September 25, 2004

    LOS ANGELES — By an overwhelming 83 percent vote, 2,000 hotel workers here voted Sept. 15 to authorize their union to call a strike if needed. The Local 11 UNITE HERE members joined fellow unionists in...

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  • Anthony Toney, painter, educator, activist

    Anthony Toney, painter, educator, activist

    September 25, 2004

    Anthony Toney, a noted New York painter whose career spanned 70 years, died Sept. 10 in Marin County, Calif., at 91. At the height of his career, Toney exhibited regularly in New York, taught classes throughout...

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  • Banned church play finds larger audience

    Banned church play finds larger audience

    September 25, 2004

    CHICAGO — When Delle Chatman, artist and writer turned graduate theology student, wrote “The Answer,” to be performed at St. Gertrude’s Catholic Church Oct. 1-3, she was hoping to start a dialogue between disparate groups about...

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  • Incident at Loch Ness:an enigma wrapped in a riddle

    Incident at Loch Ness:an enigma wrapped in a riddle

    September 25, 2004

    Movie Review I don’t pretend to know much about Werner Herzog, the acclaimed director of 46 films most people have never heard of, but I do know that “Incident at Loch Ness,” which Herzog produced and...

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