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For the Week of
May 29-June 4, 2003

Cover Story: Summer Movies
Metro knows what you did last summer--this time around, catch the good flicks with our handy guide.

Everyone's a Critic: His detractors have psychoanalyzed him, insulted him, called him a cynic and a misfit and accused him of never having sex. His fans routinely rush to his defense. All because of what he has to say about movies. What's the deal with Richard von Busack anyway?


News: Charitable Misgivings
Some local Indian-Americans want to put the brakes on charitable giving after a report that the money could be trickling into some of the wrong places.

Public Eye: Dean Makes Scene.

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Biter: Backdoor Eggdrop Trojan.

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A Pair in Paris: 'Friday Night' is Claire Denis' ode to the one-night stand.

Cold Fish: An Icelandic family tears itself apart in 'The Sea.'

Teeth of the Sea: Pixar's beautiful 'Finding Nemo' is full of rainbow colors--and some shadows.

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Hot in Here: Britain's Coldplay gets a warm stateside reception.

Aural Fixation: Poison's Bret Michaels shares decades of memories and experiences on 'Songs of Life' solo release.

Metro's Club of the Week: Blue Tattoo.

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Spice Camp: Downtown San Jose's attractive Shalimar Indian Restaurant curries our favor.

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Old Folk Tales Never Die: 'Rocky Horror' at City Lights and 'The Odd Couple' at SJ Rep both tap into deeper veins of storytelling.


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