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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 17-23, 2000

Cover: Cine City
The pull of Hollywood is strong, but some local filmmakers want to pursue their visions close to home. Plus: Metro's critics pick out the highs and lows at this year's Cinequest festival.


News: Bluebloods, Sweat and Tears
The New York Stock Exchange opens its new West Coast headquarters with a bevy of high-tech toys and tricks. But can east beat west?

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Unhappy planning applicant takes off the gloves and circulates petition.
  • Cupertino: Hopeful buyers jam affordable housing meeting.

In Harmony's Way: Saving the barbershop quartet.

Public Eye: AG Bill Lockyer works convention for West. Diaz shows poll position. Vasco's four-letter vocabulary.


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Alchemical Opposites: True trip-hop resurfaces in Baby Namboos, courtesy Tricky and Aurora Borealis on 'Ancoats2Zambia.'

Pointed Spear: Spearhead makes social change through its music.

Aural Fixation: Folk troubadour Bob Dylan's two-night stop in Santa Cruz sells out in a hurry.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by TAM!, the exies and Boy Kicks Girl.

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Looks Can Kill: Be careful what you watch for in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window.'

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Strong Vapors: In today's metastasizing IPO market, vaporware is everywhere.

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Grand Petit: French choreographer Roland Petit's 'Carmen' gets revived with all the trappings by San Jose Cleveland Ballet.

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Waiting Game: In which we ponder the quest for a satisfying dining experience at Valeriano's.

A La Carte: One of the world's top culinary events--the Masters of Food and Wine--gets cooking in Carmel's Highlands Inn.


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