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For the Week of
February 27-March 5, 2003

Cover Story: Monstrosious!
Rudy Ray Moore and 'Coonskin' at Cinequest: the black hero of the 1970s on the fringe.

Here He Comes to Save the Day: Cinequest Maverick Spirit Award recipient Ralph Bakshi revolutionized animation for adults with the '80s Mighty Mouse series, 'Fritz the Cat' and the rarely shown cult film 'Coonskin,' which is being screened at Cinequest.

The Left of the Left: The Weather Underground is remembered in a Cinequest documentary.

No Spectators: The makers of the Cinequest documentary selection 'Weather Underground' discuss the film's subject, the Weathermen antiwar movement.

Frame Jobs: A selective guide to the ups and downs, ins and outs, of the first week of this year's Cinequest.


News: Erogenous Zones
After three tries at operating her decade-old swingers' club in quiet anonymity in South County, Forum owner Deena Luce says she's out. Too many weirdos.

Public Eye: Artist Emmanuel Flipo makes an antiwar political statement at Santana Row.

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Biter: The Sugars coffee shop proves that Freud may just have been right about some things.

Techsploits: WarGames.

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Hard Hat Area: Jim Haynes, Dianne Jones and Mike Meyers alter reality at WORKS/San Jose.

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All the Right Moves: 'All the Real Girls' is a lingering small-town romance in widescreen.

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The Morlam, The Merrier: The Academic Film Archive brings folk music from northeastern Thailand to San Jose. Beyonce better watch her back.

Aural Fixation: AM Radio is stepping up in the world.

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Sushi Cue: Saratoga's Masu calls itself a Japanese bistro, and the juxtaposition yields unexpected surprises.

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National Insecurity: Two new plays--'Conjunto' and 'Legacy Codes'--examine the plight of American citizens in compelling ways.


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