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May 10-16, 2001

Cover Story: Summer Sounds
A four-month planner for all the summer's best concerts, plus Gina Arnold on concert community, staff reviews and more.


News: Battled Water
After a long legal fight, the term "spring water" has been redefined. And critics say it no longer means anything at all.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Town approves project that includes homes for teachers.
  • Willow Glen: San Jose man, 30, is charged with 2 WG bank robberies.
  • Sunnyvale: Sunnyvale cops participate in 'Tip-a-Cop" program.

The Money Shot: Intrepid reporter devotes self to feel-good charity.

Public Eye: Supe yanks old rival off planning commission. Political moonlighting. Campbell plum crazy about prunes.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Paul & Harvey--A Perfect Dive.

Work: A woman's search for truth and free porn.

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Blues Gusher: Metro's Fountain Blues Festival brings some heavyweight performers--including outspoken Gatemouth Brown--to SJSU for a free concert.

Everything She Loves: Chuy Varela talks to Latin-jazz sensation Eliane Elias.

All Shook Down: If life were like 'Survivor,' we could just vote away the people who annoy us.

Jazz Artery: Herb Patnoe, musical pipeline, is honored at a jazz festival.

Aural Fixation: Sunday kicks into overdrive with the Odd Numbers and Jesse Dayton.

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It's a Wrap: 'The Mummy Returns' drains the life from the franchise.

Period of Ajoustment: 20th-century arena rock enlivens 'A Knight's Tale.'

All Mine: Michael Winterbottom's 'The Claim' delivers an emotionally stillborn morality tale.

They're Back: 'Spike and Mike's Classic Festival of Animation 2001' returns with more cutting-edge cartoons.

Mordant is Less: 'With a Friend Like Harry' is steeped in malice toward all.

On Exhibit: 'Keep the River on Your Right' treats Tobias Schneebaum as if he were the Wild Man of Borneo.

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La Dolce 'Vida': Menlo Park's Vida carries on the fine tradition of a Paris bistro.


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