[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]
[San Francisco]
[whitespace]

Real Astrology

[whitespace]

The Guide to Santa Cruz

[whitespace]

Best of Santa Cruz

[whitespace]

Bars, Clubs & Cafes

newspaper cover For the Week of
May 9-16, 2001

Cover: Fidel and Me
Santa Cruzan Dina Scoppettone brought 100 artists to Cuba to pay creative tribute to a historic mural project.


News: Hill of a Commute
Jonathan Hunt does what few people would even consider: pedaling to work from Santa Cruz to San Jose; plus Bike to Work Week events.

From the Front Lines: Rachel Showstack reports on Santa Cruz activists who protested at the Free Trade Summit in Quebec.

Nüz: Petitions to create a local Municipal Utility District circulate; the battle against Home Depot heats up.


[Features]
[whitespace]
Bruce Bratton: Gas prices and a proposed boycott; the annual Slug Fest; a farewell party for Lee Quarnstrom.

Work: A woman's search for truth and free porn.

[Music]
[whitespace]
Solid Send-off: The Santa Cruz Symphony finished its season on a confident note.

Everything She Loves: Piano sensation Eliane Elias brings her Latin-jazz quintet to Kuumbwa.

Sights & Sounds: Party band East L.A. Sabor Factory charged up UCSC festival.

[Books]
[whitespace]
Tan Lines: Amy Tan's newest novel, 'The Bonesetter's Daughter,' was inspired by tragic events in her life.

[Dining]
[whitespace]
First Resort: The food lives up to the view at Sanderlings inside Seascape Resort.

Word of Mouth: Massimo Caporale has made gelato into fine art.

[Movies]
[whitespace]
Walk Like a Mummy: The sequel is even more effects-driven than the original--all at the expense of mystery and depth.

Period of Ajoustment: 20th-century arena rock enlivens 'A Knight's Tale.'

Love the Light: 'Shadow Magic' looks back at the early days of cinema in China.

Creature Feature: Documentary about the fur industry makes its case with gruesome imagery.

[Cyber]
[whitespace]
Weekly World Web: The truth is out there--smart people drive tiny cars.


[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