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Cover For the Week of
May 16-22, 2002

Cover Story: Summer Movie Splash
Metro's 2002 Summer Movie Guide shows off Hollywood's winners and wipeouts.

Send in the Clones: An orgy of sequels fills the screens of summer with junk-food cinema--not that there's anything wrong with that.

High Tide: Surprise--some of this summer's movies actually provide food for thought.

Terrorism Alert Schedule: Homeland security requires all filmgoers to be ever vigilant.

Don't Worry: We'll Think of an Ad Campaign. Jennifer Lopez. Everyone has a limit. Enough.

Subversive Stupidity: 'Undercover Brother' isn't afraid to get smart about being dumb.

Spy Games: Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Find a spy movie worth seeing this summer.

Candid Cameron: What to make of Hollywood's fave girl next door? An alien? A reincarnated Gidget?

Endless Summer Flick Finder: An epic summary of what's coming soon to a theater near you.


News: Murder Comes Home
A young woman who grew up on Calle Almaden writes about how a gunshot changed her street forever.

Public Eye: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District sues Candi Wozniak, Wozniak accuses district staff of 'terrorism.'

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes from the Underbelly: Painting Alviso.

Work: Murder on the Net.

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Spaceballs: 'Attack of the Clones' outdoes 'Phantom Menace,' but that's not saying much.

Fish Story: 'Maelstrom' watches a woman fall apart, then puts her back together again.

All the Best: New compilation highlights Spike and Mike's finest animated shorts.

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DMB for Dummies: Dave Matthews Band hater and apologist go head to head.

Insolence is Bliss: San Jose's Insolence ponders the future after an acrimonious split with its founding member.

Aural Fixation: Eclectic local musician Kenny Schick emerges with Basement 3's latest, 'Rising.'

All Shook Down: Hank Williams III and Jill Olson make authentic music for the masses.

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Beautiful Brew: With fabulous brews and smart service, Stoddard's succeeds in making a scene.

Cheap Eats: A Taste of New Orleans serves hearty Creole cuisine prepared with soul and served with a smile.


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