Against One: Teenage Love and Murder in Redlands
Kelly Bullwinkle took Kinzie Noordman to her senior prom, it could
have been the start of something positive for the 17-year-old animal
lover who was just starting to figure out who she was and what she
wanted from life. Instead, the prom kicked off a long, hot summer
of love triangles, jealousies, betrayals and drug use that ended with
Noordman and friend Damien Guerrero killing Bullwinkle and leaving
her body in a shallow grave. Noordman and Guerrero say it was a practical
joke gone awry. With the two alleged teen murderers facing a possible
death sentence, nobody is laughing. BY
Despite what Arnold Schwarzenegger is saying this week, trust us,
taxes are going up. BY BILL BRADLEY
Industry Puts Troops in the Streets: The Recording Industry Association
of America is resorting to raids on street vendors in the war on illegal
CDs. BY BEN SULLIVAN
on Wardrobes: The LAPD’s wild idea for controlling street demonstrations:
Ban ski masks. ROBERT GREENE checks out the key wardrobe component
of anarchists — and a nagging civil liberties question or two.
and Long: Time for the retrial of the Inglewood cop accused in
a videotaped beating case. A look at the troubled case, and what it
will take for District Attorney Steve Cooley to redeem his first loss.
BY JEFFREY ANDERSON
by Love: Immigration law does not look kindly on gays and lesbians
who fall in love with foreigners. Things could change, but don’t hold
your breath. BY JENNY HONTZ
We write, you write...
Why Is He Pointing Like That? MICHELLE HUNEVEN
witnesses the worst kind of road rage.
CHRISTINE PELISEK gets Remote with DVD
don Jason Roe.
The Democrats aren’t going to like this. MARC COOPER analyzes a ZIP-code-by-ZIP-code
report on campaign contributions.
Mars attack: MARGARET WERTHEIM on the fiction and the reality of NASA’s
from the Vienna ’hoods: SCOTT FOUNDAS on Dog Days and the
new Austrian cinema.
ELLA TAYLOR revisits The Battle of Algiers and the histories
we’re doomed to repeat.
daughter: Anna May Wong simmers at center of UCLA retrospective.
BY SANDI TAN
on bikers — and other queer stories from Showtime’s The L Word.
GEOFF DYER on the best photography
books from the past year.
petting: Artist Tracy Nakayama portrays hot sex from a feminine
point of view. BY ARTY NELSON
York marquee: STEVEN MIKULAN on what’s playing in the big town.
years after: Campfire Girls return from the near-dead. BY SEVEN
Shapeshifting cults and great rock songs. BY PAUL ROGERS
Reviews: The Polyphonic Spree; Aerosmith, Kiss; goodbye, Rick
LOT OF NIGHT MUSIC
highlights: Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, John Adams, William Bolcom,
Unsuk Chin and more. BY ALAN RICH
modern living: RON MEYERS sorts the modernist from the modern
BY BRUCE ERIC KAPLAN
Intelligence: Mission 261 . . . accomplished. BY JONATHAN GOLD
and go sushi. BY JONATHAN GOLD
to Eat Now
A list of favorite restaurants compiled by JONATHAN GOLD and MICHELLE
by zip code: