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For the Week of
June 12-18, 2003

Cover Story: Enlightenment Inc.
Yoga--from zero to $27 billion in 3,000 years.


News: North Edgy
Anxiety runs high as the federal government takes over a huge chunk of hard-won Santa Cruz open space.

Public Eye: Wonky Donkey.

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Biter: Blair Which?

Notes From the Underbelly: Tiec Cuoi in San Jose.

Techsploits: FCC and Anti-FCC.

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Once on an Island: In Emanuele Crialese's 'Respiro,' a free-spirited woman fights to breathe free in a tradition-bound village.

Hard Times: A stranger seeks respite in a harsh land in 'Japón.'

Shame: 'Capturing the Friedmans' brilliantly chronicles a carnival of crime that may not have happened.

Glimpse: 'The Eye' inflicts goose bumps.

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Thunder Road: Franky Perez goes to Hollywood and becomes a rock & roll star.

Aural Fixation: Stunt Monkey takes a leap of faith with new UTR Music Group label.

Metro's Club of the Week: Gecko Grill.

I Hear a Symphony: Last Saturday, valley residents said 'no' to reality TV and a triumphant 'yes' to their Symphony.

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Coming of Age: Ariel Gore of Hip Mama fame narrates her journeys from Palo Alto to the Far East and back.

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Fin de Sea Mecca: The downtown Hawgs offers a bounty of fresh seafood, simply prepared and comfortably presented.

Cheap Eats: San Jose Bar and Grill.

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Shakespeare the Clown: Don't hate on San Jose Stage's 'I Hate Hamlet.'

Throw Mama From the Train: 'Lady From Havana' explores generational and cultural conflicts between a Cuban mother and her two daughters.

All Droid Up: California Theatre Center looks for 'Comic Potential' in Alan Ayckbourn's farce.


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