[Metro Santa Cruz This Week]
[Metroactive]
[whitespace]
[Picks]
[whitespace]
[Movies]
[whitespace]
[Music]
[whitespace]
[Art]
[whitespace]
[Events]
[whitespace]
[Stage]
[whitespace]
[Dining]
[whitespace]
[Books]
[whitespace]
[Cyber]
[whitespace]
[Archive]
[whitespace]
[Features]
[whitespace]
[Staff Box]
[whitespace]
[Silicon Valley]
[whitespace]
[Sonoma]
[whitespace]
[East Bay]
[whitespace]

[whitespace]

Best of Santa Cruz

[whitespace]

Bars & Clubs

[whitespace]

Santa Cruz Restaurants: The santacruz.com Dining Guide

[whitespace]

San Francisco Restaurants

[whitespace]

San Jose Area Restaurants

[whitespace]

Santa Cruz Guide

[whitespace]

Scotts Valley Guide

[whitespace]

For the Week of
January 28-February 4, 2004

Cover Story: Muse From the Edge:
Amy X Neuberg helps New Music Works celebrate 25 years as the merry pranksters of new music.

Nüz: Rep. U.S. Sam Farr responds to Bush's State of the Union address.

[Movies]
[whitespace]
No Effects: The time-travel shock waves aren't up to snuff in 'The Butterfly Effect.'

High on the Hog: 'Cycle World' editor David Edwards on wheelies, testosterone and the biker flick 'Torque.'

Veils of Decorum: 'Girl With a Pearl Earring' brings Vermeer's famous painting to life.

Tumbling Dice: William H. Macy plays a misery goat who goes for the gold in Vegas fairy tale 'The Cooler.'

[Music]
[whitespace]
Please, Hamell, Don't Hurt 'Em: One-man punk band Hamell on Trial took on the world. At last count, he's up five to nothing.

The Rock Show: Serendipity Project's Freestyle Battle; Coheed and Cambria.

[Dining]
[whitespace]
Glimmer of Sope: Hope springs eternal at Front and Cathcart, where the San Pablo Taqueria has risen out of the wreckage of '50s food and Pontiac grilles.


[Staff Box]
[whitespace]
Please don't forget to write! Metro Santa Cruz welcomes letters. Like any great work of art, they should be originals -- not copies of letters sent elsewhere. Include address and daytime phone (for verification purposes only). Letters may be edited for length and clarity or to correct factual inaccuracies known to us. Postal: Metro Santa Cruz Letters, 115 Cooper St., Santa Cruz, CA 95060. Fax: 831/457-5828. Email:

JavaScript must be enabled to display this email address.

. Emailers, please include name, city of residence and phone number. Letters printed will list email address unless otherwise specified. Letters to the editor are not currently published in the online version of this paper.


Copyright © Metro Publishing Inc. Maintained by Boulevards New Media.


Foreclosures - Real Estate Investing
San Jose.com Real Estate