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For the Week of
May 8-14, 2003

Cover Story: Lomo Motion
How a cheap little camera from Cold War Russia had achieved cult status in Silicon Valley.


News: Meet the New Boss
As the U.S. government prepares to build a new regime in war-smashed Iraq, three Bay Area residents tapped to be a part of it express their wishes and their doubts.

Public Eye: Go West Tax Plan.

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Biter: Iraq 'n' Roll.

Techsploits: You're Wearing It.

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Joy Division: Director Eric Byler talks about his $21,000 miracle, 'Charlotte Sometimes.'

Marxist Brothers: John Malkovich's 'The Dancer Upstairs' takes a post-revolutionary look at revolution.

Adam and Evil: Neil LaBute's 'The Shape of Things' is a shocker about life at a backward college.

Cinema Santana: New shopping village hosts Picnic, Popcorn and Picture Show series of outdoor movies.

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Blues You Can Use: Local guitarist Shane Dwight joins Bernard Allison, Sista Monica and Corby Yates at the Metro Fountain Blues Festival Saturday.

Aural Fixation: The Edge rocked last week with Meshuggah and Suki Jones.

Metro's Club of the Week: Straits Restaurant.

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Bat Out of Hell: From bat kitsch to manga marvel, the legend of Batman still flies.

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Yan in Action: Yan Can, part of a new Asian fast food chain, offers fresh food in a hurry.

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Patty Melt: Neil Hamburger wears a powder blue suit and an ill-fitting haircut and tells bad jokes. So why is he so damn funny?

Giant Steps: Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley celebrates life and a life in 'Tribute to Donald McKayle.'


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