Public Eye: KNTV vet looks forward to nightlife with young bride. Assembly candidate manufactures tech support. Feds trip.
Work: For pure hot sex appeal, a car has nothing on a computer.
Runaway Rave: Faced with nervous local officials, Cyberfest has moved this weekend's electronic-music extravaganza from the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds to the cutting-edge Central Valley city of Fresno.
Arctic Arena: A cold wind kept one critic from warming up completely to the Summer Sanitarium Tour stop at 3Com Park.
Road Movies: The Ann Arbor Film Festival makes its annual stop at Foothill College.
To Catch a Thief: Zemeckis rips off Hitchcock in his would-be tribute 'What Lies Beneath.'
The Sport of Love: Shakespeare Santa Cruz debuts its summer season with a brisk and appealing 'Love's Labour's Lost.'
Sisters of Change: A distaff household struggles with the new ideas of 1919 in 'Ladyhouse Blues.'
A Russian Rite: Nevsky's duo cooks up a storm of down-home delights from their native land.
A La Carte: Days of wine and roses, not to mention thrilling grilling.
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