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For the Week of
July 3-9, 2003

Cover Story: Cops & Clubs
Is too much law enforcement strangling downtown San Jose's night life?


News: Smothering the Flames
Polybrominated flame retardants, banned in Europe, have been linked to thyroid problems, learning disabilities in children and even breast cancer. And they're probably emanating from your computer.

Public Eye: Poltergeist, With Pool.

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Biter: Swallowing 100 years of downtown history in four hours.

Techsploits: Sex in the Library.

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Thai Another Day: 'The Legend of Suriyothai' dishes up epic doses of blood, thunder and gold leaf.

Sinbad to the Bone: DreamWorks' hero shades from rogue to jerk.

De-Cameroned: Without its original creator's hand, the new 'Terminator' is a lifeless sequel.

Philly Filly: The Stanford honors Katharine Hepburn with two screenings of 'The Philadelphia Story.'

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2 Hot 2 Handle: Jewel--yes, Jewel--goes pop and storms the dance floor on '0304.'

Aural Fixation: Texas guitar slinger Jesse Dayton returns to the West Coast.

Metro's Club of the Week: Blue Tattoo.

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Asian Persuasion: Culinary multitasking ascends new heights without missing a spicy beat at Palo Alto's Asian bistro New Bamboo.

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Comeback Queen: From blues belter to nurse to vocal diva--Alberta Hunter's amazing comeback is focus of new San Jose Rep show.

A Vehicle for Coping: Pear Avenue Theatre explores the angst of aging.


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