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For the Week of
May 15-21, 2003

Cover Story: Damfoolery
Dam plan to slake valley's development thirst sucks life out of Henry Coe State Park.


News: Welcome to the Jungle
Few people know there's a survivalist training course in the Santa Clara Mountains. Even fewer have completed it.

Public Eye: Super K morphs into Wal-Mart without a fuss.


SoFA Bazaar Postponed: The SoFA Bazaar on South First Street, originally scheduled to begin this Friday May 16, has been postponed until July, according to the festival promoter Fil Maresca. Citing an increase in costs, Maresca said he hopes the additional time will allow the outdoor urban market to get more vendors when it opens in summer.

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Biter: Lowering the Lid on iLoo.

Techsploits: Ripper Is a Gangster!!!

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Open-Door Policy: Santa Clara County artists expose their creative journeys at Open Studios this weekend.

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Fly Away: The secret life of birds is revealed in Jacques Perrin's 'Winged Migration.'

Teacher's Pet: 'Blue Car' is a young poet's story.

Flying Down to Neo: 'The Matrix Reloaded' repeats the obvious.

Dan Le Flambeur: Philip Seymour Hoffman sweats again in 'Owning Mahowny.'

Euro-Pudding: The beguiling 'L'Auberge Espagnole' introduces filmgoers to the new Europe.

Godard's Musical: The Castro Theater revives 1961's 'A Woman Is a Woman.'

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Manson Family Feud: Marilyn Manson's latest album, 'The Golden Age of Grotesque,' drips with absinthe and animosity.

Aural Fixation: Insolence ushers in the summer with irie vibes and a sunny new LP.

Metro's Club of the Week: The Saddle Rack.

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Back to Your Roots: In the forests of Woodside, deer aren't the only things on the menu.


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