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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 14-20, 2000

Cover Story: SoFA's Choice
The SoFA Music Experience, now in its ninth year, fills up South First Street in San Jose with showcases, panels and hot young bands.

Are You Experienced? For its sixth year, Metro's annual charity benefit joins up with the newly revamped SoFA festival.

Day-By-Day Schedule: An overview of festival events.

SoFA Music Experience Schedule: Sunday's street festival lineup.

Local Mavericks: Insolence lives up to its hype and becomes the next big thing from San Jose.

Underground Sound: San Jose's hip-hop culture is showcased at an all-day expo.

Dance Revolutionary: Karl Denson's Tiny Universe brings a party groove to jazz and soul.


News: Know-Ho
Growing old in the world's oldest profession.

News: Rage in The Machine
For years, he emailed threats and terrorized family and friends, his accusers say. Now an arsenal of weapons has landed a former UC Santa Cruz student in jail.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Alternative energy sources have become a reality for some residents.
  • Sunnyvale: Silicon Valley cyclists struggle to find space in growing congestion.
  • Willow Glen: The boundaries of San Jose's most identifiable neighborhood seem to shift depending on the definition of the district.

Gleaming the Cube: Where the heck do business parks come from, anyway?

Public Eye: Ronzo jokes make the round. Ex-city attorney holds parking pass. Former foes now pals on Measure A.


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Notes From the Underbelly: The Wiccans Did It?

Work: Scapegoating kids doesn't work--never has.

[Music]
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Brown Sounds: Local musicians Ray and Sue Brown collaborate with Roy Hargrove for a return-to-standards concert at the Monterey Jazz Festival.

Metal Mariners: Forget grunge--Iron Maiden ignores fashion and keeps metal alive.

Aural Fixation: The SoFA Music Experience turns up the beat in downtown San Jose this weekend.

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Musical Discovery: The Arab Film Festival adds rare Egyptian studio fare to a mix of documentaries and contemporary features.

Crime and Sacrament: Hitchcock's religious thriller 'I Confess' winds up two Gypsy Cinema events this weekend.

Rainer Drops: 'Water Drops on Burning Rocks' resurrects a Fassbinder story.

Rolling Tundra: The bleakness gets laid on with a trowel in 'Solomon and Gaenor.'

Night Tales: A man searches through layers of legends in 'Urbania.'

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Letter Perfect: A famous scene gets its just due in Opera San José's production of 'Eugene Onegin.'

[Dining]
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Sea Fare: A meal at West San Jose's Hammerheads goes swimmingly.

A La Carte: Organic pearl in a beaux arts setting.


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