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Metro's Literary Quarterly
Cover: Big Brother is You, Watching
The Wired Canon: Jacking in, and off, to the new digital library of Wired magazine.
Time Release: Repressed-memory and product-tampering themes add real-world depth to Martin Smith's new thriller.
Punk: The Illustrated History of a Music Revolution: Adrian Boot and Chris Salewicz chronicle the Sex Pistols and the British punk invasion.
Darkest England: Christopher Hope attempts a modern fairy tale.
Book Beat: Upcoming readings and literary events.
News: Full Exposure
Profits of Swoon: In which we discover that the holiday devoted to loveand retail greedhas absolutely nothing to do with a saint named Valentine.
Public Eye: Mayoral rumors.
Polis Report: Would you drop everything for a cheap flight to Vegas this weekend?
Straight Talk: Comedian Paul Mooney dissects race in America at SF show.
Close to the Chesnutt: Athens, Ga., singer-songwriter Vic Chesnutt knows that life is more important than stardom.
Esteem Players: The Offspring still think that life is worth living on 'Ixnay on the Hombre.'
War of the Sexes: Luther Vandross turns on the women and leaves the men cold at the Paramount.
Beat Street: Hip-hop heavies turn out in droves for 10Bass T show.
Going Postal: Every maid has her day in 'La Cérémonie.'
When Harry Met Kate: Australian 'Angel Baby' shines with intelligences.
Big Gumshoes to Fill: 'Maltese Falcon' and restored 'Big Sleep' both star Humphrey Bogart but are as different as San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Only the Shadow Conspiracy Knows: Is this the year's silliest movie?
Vegging Out: Meatless "meat" dishes abound at Campbell's Tasty Vegetarian Cuisine.