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Cover For the Week of
May 9-15, 2002

Cover Story: 2002 Summer Music Guide
Metro's Summer Concert Guide has got you covered through the season of stadium madness.

Party Hard!: The Concert Guide assembles the lineups for the major outdoor venues and festivals.

Voodoo Child: Corby Yates says bye- bye- bye to the teen prodigy/ precocious blues guitarist tag and gets amped for world domination.

The Great Outdoors: The best of the rest of the summer concert season.


News: Collar ID
A local priest whose sex abuses have slipped under the radar may prove to be yet another skeleton in the Catholic closet.

Public Eye: Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Fred Keeley says the 'logic of moving' is 'very compelling.'

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: Biohazards.

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Glitter Men: In the 1960s, the Cockettes brought gender-bending to the hippie generation.

Weissman and Weber: Richard von Busack interviews the makers of 'The Cockettes.'

Webcast: 'Spider-Man' is an irresistible telling of an American fairy tale.

Unemployment Statistic: A businessman slips the leash in 'Time Out.'

Something Sweet: 'Triumph of Love' kisses the treason out of a schemer.

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Diva Democracy: Kim Nalley's jazz-adapted song stylings take genre-hopping to a whole new height.

Aural Fixation: A rock institution on South First Street is in danger of closing.

All Shook Down: Elvis Costello's 'When I Was Cruel' rows down the River Bile.

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Livin' La Vida Coca: Elijah Wald's new book uncovers the 'narcocorridos'--folksongs celebrating Mexico's fabled drug runners.

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Falafel Fever: Los Gatos' Cafe de Flore imports a Mediterranean menu with a Parisian flair.

Cheap Eats: Aqui Grill & Bar serves a Southwestern-style mix of Mexican foods dressed up in California garb.


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