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For the Week of
July 24-30, 2003

Cover Story: The Free Issue
More than 200 fun things to do in the Santa Clara Valley that cost nada.


News: Public Eye
City Hall Invasion.

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Biter: Pop goes the culture.

Techsploits: The Damned.

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Bobhomie: Bob Hope: 1903-2003.

My Geisha: Akira Kurosawa's last script finally surfaces in Kei Kumai's 'The Sea Is Watching.'

Stars Under the Stars: Cinema San Pedro film series brings six weeks of feature favorites to downtown San Jose.

French Maid: Claude Berri's 'The Housekeeper' proves that even the cleanest relationship can be a messy affair.

Horsepower: 'Seabiscuit' runs a class race all the way.

Weathered: 'The Weather Underground' looks back at the radical movement of the '70s.

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Mass Appeal: How 50 Cent and Jay-Z turned cons into icons.

Aural Fixation: The Dixie Chicks didn't let threat and controversy stop their Top of the World tour.

Metro's Club of the Week: Elements.

Hear, Here: The Carmel Bach Festival debuts the uniquely epic acoustics of the new Sunset Theater.

Not Over Yet: With Ian Astbury on lead vocals, two original Doors make a comeback as the Doors of the 21st Century.

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The New Economy: Take another look at leftovers--the second glance might just save you a mint (and we're not talking dinner mint).

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The 'Errors' of Our Ways: SSC sets the famous Shakespeare farce right here in Santa Cruz for a brilliant opener.

Beast of Burden: 'Bat Boy' wields quality cast and witty script but lacks the music to make cult magic.


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