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For the Week of
February 16-22, 2005

Cover Story: Slam Lords:
Free-versing through teen angst.

News: Grumbling Classic
In 2003, black activists threw the biggest football party the city has ever seen. Two years later, they're still trying to sort out what went wrong.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

A Friend in Need: For lonely single guys, a female wingman can help close deals—but at a price.

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Biter: Party Politics.

Techsploits: Pig Organs.

Rev: Stakeout!: You might want to keep your door locked to keep out the vermin or other unexpected intruders.

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Drew Stories: In 'Girl Power!' exhibit at SJ Museum of Art, Laurie Long spies on her own life.

Culture Salute: The ballet's 'Middle Kingdom—Ancient China' paid tribute in dance to China's history.

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Present Tense: San Jose filmmaker's 'The Ghost Riders' honors the past by documenting the future.

Hellboyish: 'Constantine': Beware, Demon, the power of Keanu himself commands you!

Vive la France: The newest of the New Wave speak and screen at Stanford French film festival.

The Shut-Ins: 'Nobody Knows' is smart, not sentimental, in portrait of a motherless family.

Queen for a Day: 'Her Majesty' is solid fare for tweeners.

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Family Ties: Are careers of Ashlee and Jessica Simpson 21st-century versions of vaudeville clans?

Rebel Girl: M.I.A. chats about music, methods and metaphors.

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Stones' Soup Rocks: Blue Stones offers good tofu soup and other Korean specialties.

Live Feed: Street of Eats: The Seoul Delhi.

5 Must-Haves: Inside Your Fridge.

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A Feud Good Men: Heads roll, shatter and blow in SJ Stage Company's 'The Lonesome West.'


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