[Metro This Week]
Download the PDF version of this week's Metro!
[Metroactive]
[whitespace]
[Classifieds]
[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]
[Santa Cruz]
[whitespace]
[Sonoma]
[whitespace]
[East Bay]
[whitespace]

[whitespace]

Winter Music Guide 2003

[whitespace]
InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

[whitespace]
Best of Silicon Valley | Best of Santa Clara Valley 2003

[whitespace]

Bars, Clubs & Cafes 2003

[whitespace]

Book a dining reservation online.

[whitespace]

Bay Area Web Guides:

Santa Clara Valley North
Palo Alto
Los Altos
Los Altos Hills
Mountain View

Santa Clara Valley South
Almaden Valley
Alviso
Blossom Valley
Gilroy
Morgan Hill
San Jose
Santa Teresa
Silver Creek Valley
Willow Glen

Santa Clara Valley Central
Cupertino
Santa Clara
Sunnyvale

Santa Clara Valley West
Campbell
Los Gatos
Monte Sereno
Saratoga

Santa Clara Valley East
Milpitas
Fremont

Oakland / East Bay
Oakland

San Francisco / Peninsula
Atherton
Half Moon Bay
San Francisco
Woodside

Santa Cruz County
Aptos
Boulder Creek
Santa Cruz Scotts Valley

For the Week of
March 17-24, 2004

Cover Story: The State of Things:
A construction frenzy gave SJSU the West's largest new library and enough dorms to instantly double its residential population. But will leadership and budget difficulties derail the state system's most dynamic campus--and end collegiate football in San Jose?

News: Sugar and Vice
Are San Jose officials afraid of Sugars Coffee Bar (where the waitresses wear nothing but lingerie and bikini bottoms)?

The Fly: This week's political bites.

[Features]
[whitespace]
Biter: Downtown San Jose could learn a thing or two from Quebec about dealing with pigeon poop.

Notes From the Underbelly: The only thing worth writing about is golf.

Techsploits: Genetic engineering may not be as bad as some make it out to be.

[Art]
[whitespace]
House Unbound: Everyday objects get new lives at San Jose Museum of Art's 'Domestic Odyssey.'

[Movies]
[whitespace]
Memory Dump: A heartbroken Jim Carrey can't seem to let go of Kate Winslet in 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.'

Shoe Gazers: Imelda Marcos documentary highlights the San Jose portion of the Asian American Film Festival.

Into the Past: Medieval actors catch the conscience of the past in 'The Reckoning.'

Horror Heaven: Another Hole in the Head film festival in San Francisco deliver the scares and gore.

[Music]
[whitespace]
The Weak in Rock: This weekend could be the most musically impotent in recent San Jose history.

Aural Fixation: Courtney Love plays with fire on her fun, furious solo debut.

[Dining]
[whitespace]
To the Letter: Sunnyvale's charming Il Postale delivers on southern Italian specialties.

Club Life: The Fairmont Hotel's Grill on the Alley in downtown San Jose.

[Stage]
[whitespace]
Wonder: The honeymoon's over for a cast of cast-offs in City Lights' production of 'Wonder of the World.'


[Staff Box]
[whitespace]
Please don't forget to write! Metro 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 Letters, 550 S. First. St., San Jose, CA 95111. Fax: 408/298-0602.

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