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For the Week of
February 5-11, 2003

Cover: Never Mind the Bullocks, Here's John Zorn
New Music Works steps into the complex and misunderstood world of experimental-music icon John Zorn, whose mix of jazz, classical, rock and punk never ceases to confound and amaze.

Nüz: Poets declare war against war; the Citizen Police Review Board is cuffed; fire at the Chavez Co-Op.

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Bruce Bratton: Madame Sidecar closes; the Rio Theatre deserves a round of applause.

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Love in the House of Spy: Pierce Brosnan works his wily, consumer-safe charm in the predictable but engaging 'Evelyn.'

Prison Bound: Film noir '25th Hour' shows off director Spike Lee at his sharpest, angriest best.

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His Aim Is True: Whether it's playing every freakin' instrument in the known world, singing about man boobs, or archery, David Lindley's talent knows no bounds.

Mahalo, Amigos!: In concert and in the classroom, George Kahumoku Jr. is schooling slack-key fans about the twisted Spanish roots of Hawaiian music.

The Rock Show: The Vegans Want Beef underground hip-hop tour; alt-country performers keep hope alive for country.

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Geek Love: This month in literary haps: sex from heaven, poetry about peas and going from crappy to happy.

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The Marvelous Land of Oswald: Dining icon cooks up sweet sorcery from fresh seasonal harvests, expert service and true bistro atmosphere.


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