Limp Bizness: Can the free Limp Bizkit tour reverse the all pay, no go trend of today's rock concerts.
Aural Fixation: Stuart Davis treated Espresso Garden to an evening of intellectual lyricism.
Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Nashville Pussy and Hans Zimmer.
Labored 'Labour': Kenneth Branagh works too hard to revive the musical on the back of Shakespeare's 'Love's Labour's Lost.'
Seventies High: 'Jesus' Son' floats lightly through an addict's haze thanks to a star-making performance by Billy Crudup.
Thin Line: Emily Watson crosses over from cute to excruciating in Alan Rudolph's 'Trixie.'
Family Values: In his memoir, 'Sunnyvale,' author Jeff Goodell sees a link between a family's division and the rise of Silicon Valley.
Earthy Drama: 'Bernabé' loves his land in Teatro Campesino's new play.
Lip-Smacking Affair: At Soleil in the Westin Palo Alto, chef Phillip Kaufman concocts one gourmet treat after another.
A La Carte: Bastille Day is coming... as well as a bunch of other things worth celebrating this month.
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