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For the Week of
May 22-28, 2003

Cover Story: Summer Guide 2003
The best music under the sun. Plus: this summer, Good Charlotte's Joel Madden looks forward to touring and working on his '65 Chevy.

Perry-patetic: Lollapalooza's Perry Farrell attempts to recapture the spirit of 1991.

Modern Love: The 1983 Day on the Green with the Police, the Fixx, Madness, Oingo Boingo, and the Thompson Twins blew open the alternative-rock movement in the Bay Area. Plus: an interview with Fixx frontman Cy Curnin.

Shows: From Agenda to Zoë.

Summer Festival Guide: Art, wine and more.


News: Saving Private Lynch
Like a made-for-TV movie, the tale of the rescue of Jessica Lynch was a story that thrilled all America. Too bad it wasn't true.

Public Eye: Hey Ladies.


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: The Word on the Bird.

Notes From the Underbelly: Albinos, a Meteor and 99 Acres.

Techsploits: Buffy Spoilers.

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Train of Thought: Patrice Leconte's 'Man on the Train' tracks the crossing fates of two men--and two national cinemas.

That '70s Show: Miles Swain's 'The Trip' skims the surface of a turbulent time in gay history.

Nerdtopia: 'Spellbound,' the thinking-person's 'American Idol,' highlights the bee-team.

Grace Notes: Jim Carrey doesn't know what to make of his sudden divinity in 'Bruce Almighty.'

Creaming Cremaster: Waiting for the other ball to drop.

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Aural Fixation: The California Music Awards are free this year.

Metro's Club of the Week: The Quarter Note.

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Back to the Beach: At Hukilau, the Hawaiian latitude warms up local food attitude.

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The Pear That Roared: Small size, big ideas--Pear Avenue Theatre takes the risky road.

'Mamma' Says Knock You Out: See that girl. Watch that scene. Dig into 'Mamma Mia.'


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