March 23-29, 2006
Editor's Letter by Duane Swierczynski
It's high time I explained the icon that appears with this column. (No, it's not my friendly way of saying, "Hey, I'm an axe murderer!") The hatchet-and-cherries is a reference to that old fable about George Washingtonwith whom I share a birthday, incidentallyand how he owned up to the brutal slaying of one of his father's beloved cherry trees.
Loose Canon by Bruce Schimmel
Before dooming Village Voice journalist Nick Sylvester to a berth in hell, I'd like to consider a couple things before final sentencing.
They say that the only thing needed for evil to flourish is for good people to do nothing.
by Christine Flowers
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