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For the Week of
July 10-16, 2003

Cover Story: Dr. Hip-Hop
Professor Tricia Rose debunks the junk on hip-hop, women's sexuality and the 'unfettered whiteness' of being.


News: Coyote Dreaming
The Greenbelt Alliance's utopian plan for Coyote Valley--where gentleman farmers can mingle with urbanites in a brand-new community of 80,000--has left environmentalists wondering whose side they're on.

Public Eye: Money for Something.

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Biter: Whatever happened to the sugar-smacked-up mascots of yesteryear?

Notes From the Underbelly: Cadillac Margaritas.

Techsploits: The Mysteries of Theo.

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Spring & Fall: Bird master David Allen Sibley finally finds his way to hit nature documentary 'Winged Migration.'

Water World: François Ozon's 'Swimming Pool' pits a reserved older woman against a promiscuous playgirl.

Drag City: Set in 1930s Rio de Janeiro, 'Madame Sata' portrays one transvestite's grit and glitter.

Tiffany Talent: George Axelrod (1922-2003): It was good to know he was out there, taking it easy for all the rest of us.

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Whistlin' Dixie: Who knew the world's most controversial band would be three gals from Texas?

Disconnected: Former Weezer bassist Matt Sharp pulls a reverse 'Beverly Hillbillies' and rediscovers his creative essence.

Aural Fixation: Poison's big return to the Bay Area was marred by a low turnout.

Metro's Club of the Week: Music After Dark.

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Arcadian Rhythms: The boldly named new dining room attached to San Jose's convention center works for its pricey reputation.

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Molière Better Blues: California Theatre Center wrings contemporary laughs out of 'The Miser.'


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