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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 17-23

Cover: The Greens Party
Out on the course, grunge rockers swing clubs instead of drinking in them and hip-hoppers embrace duffer duds. Todd S. Inoue explores the phat new world of golf.


News: Talking Out of School
Some parents say administrators didn't heed their complaints about a teacher. This week, they got their day in court.

History for Sale: When the walls of the Hotel Metropole come down, Jesus Lopez has to pawn 38 years.

Public Eye: Supe mug.

Polis Report: The post-chemotherapy look is all the rage now.


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Stiff Upper Lovers: A young woman pursues her desires in Kissed. Plus, Richard von Busack interviews Lynne Stopkewich, director of the controversial new corpse-romance film.

Sainted Lesbian: Kevin Smith's female friend is much too good to be true in Chasing Amy.

Murderers' Row: The documentary 'Licensed to Kill' presents interviews with queer-killers.

Reptile Tranquilizer: Boat-bound Amazon thriller, Anaconda, leaves the title snake without a plot to hiss in.

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Power to the Posters: Graphics from the psychedelic era now fuel a collectibles industry.

Princely Sums: The Artist scraps scalpers at Event Center.

Shoreline Sounds: Shoreline Amphitheater announces summer concert season.

Boogie Blues Forever: On his new album, John Lee Hooker reaffirms his place in the blues pantheon.

Zigzag Sound: Ex-Extreme guitarist Nuno Bettencourt brims with surprises.

Atomic R&B: The Ohio Players fail to resurrect the past at Richmond Memorial Auditorium.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Herbie Hancock, Sunfur, Grandmaster Mele Mel and Scorpio and The Orange Peels.

Beat Street: The Hi-Fives dress up SFMX3 downtown.

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Spiedo Sizzles: Christina Waters samples the newest arrival on San Pedro Square.

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Elvis to Their Rescue: The King offers redemption to some middle-aged white guys in the San Jose Stage Company's current production.

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A Few More Howls: Eric Johnson writes about what Allen Ginsberg meant to the nation over the past five decades. Also reprint of past articles and current appreciations by the Metro's editor, a writer and the publisher, plus web links from Metro and others on Ginsberg and the Beats.


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