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Bars, Clubs & Cafes

newspaper cover For the Week of
April 5-12, 2000

Cover: Tainted Love
Laurie Flower slept with her foster son, then her lawyer, who then ran for D.A. The tangled case took center stage in the recent election. Now the pivotal figure in this messy triangle speaks out for the first time.


News: Nüz
The sun powers a bike trek to Colorado.


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Bruce Bratton: Downtown stores, this week's movies, the MetroBase.

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Aces of Bass: The crew of Bassic Elements touches off a boom in the Santa Cruz drum 'n' bass scene.

Dance Lessons: Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra swing into a jazz history lesson.

Underground Beats: The closing of a Bay Area venue for massives has meant a dance party diaspora and a boom in local rave events.

Sights & Sounds: Human drum machine Rahzel takes on scratchers and rappers at Palookaville without missing a beat.

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Twenty Years of Consistency: High-quality sushi and Japanese entrees are a sure thing at Sukeroku.

A La Carte: For a quick and filling bite on the run, try the new Taqueria La Mission at the downtown bus station.

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Silence of the Iambics: Anthony Hopkins chews more than scenery in 'Titus.'

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Flight of the Butterfly: Diva Licia Albanese alights on Bay Shore Lyric Opera's 'Madama Butterfly.'


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