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For the Week of
May 1-7, 2003

Cover Story: Bite Out of Time
Slowin' it down on the road to culinary nirvana at the school of Cool.

Market Basket: A guide to the farmers markets of Santa Clara Valley.


News: Freeze Frame
Redevelopment blames Gov. Davis for its budget woes; the governor blames the feds. Enough passing the buck--Camera Cinemas just wants to know if it can move its much-needed improvement--and survival--plans into the front row.

Public Eye: French maverick bids au revoir to Santana gallery.

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Biter: Depoling Palo Alto.

Notes From the Underbelly: Mystery Spots.

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Digital Hardcore: Guerrilla News Network turns suppressed news into music videos.

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Chick's Flick: In 'XX/XY,' director Austin Chick portrays the bedding games of youth without finger-pointing.

Xcellent: 'X2' offers paranoid entertainment.

Touch of Regret: Furtive love and loose lives balance 'Lawless Hearts.'

Head Games: Corpse chronicler Mary Roach dissects the cadaver-packed fright flick 'Identity.'

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Back Track: With 'Black Cherry,' electropop artists Goldfrapp fiddle with a successful formula, posing a dilemma for one fan.

Aural Fixation: Guns n' Roses' original drummer Steven Adler is back with new band Suki Jones.

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Ciao Down: Anchoring the designer oasis that is Santana Row, Maggiano's sends a big fat Italian kiss to San Jose.

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The Inner Furnace: Choreographer Donald McKayle's dance fire burns bright at Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley.

Dance Language: Twenty years of local dance history at Margaret Wingrove celebration concert.

High Results: Guest conductor Paul Polivnick stated his case for a permanent spot with Symphony San Jose Silicon Valley.


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