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For the Week of |
Cover: Wet and Wild
News: Burning Rubber
The Ghosts of Stanford Past: At the Stanford Tombs, family ghosts still haunt the abandoned gardens and fallen angels.
Polis Report: Bartender, another shot of oxygen.
Public Eye: Downtown residents are mad about "Mad City"
To the Front of the Bus: Roger Smith talks about riding the movie bus with Spike Lee and company.
Dead Script Walking: John Grisham adaptation 'The Chamber' tips the death-penalty scales.
The Boys In the Projects: Life is a little sweeter in 'Beautiful Thing.'
Kiss, Kiss, Bust, Bust: Brutish 'Long Kiss Goodnight' dies for want of a script doctor.
The Real Blues By Any Other Name: Lonnie Brooks keeps changing names, but the blues stays the same.
The Power of Commitment: Bassist Charlie Haden cares more about the music he plays than his place in musical history.
Audiofile: The latest CDs by Her Vanished Grace, Women for Women, Heltah Skeltah and Pansy Division.
Beat Street: Beck is anything but a loser at the Warfield.
Western Swing: San Jose Cleveland Ballet serves up a generous slice of Americana in Agnes De Mille's classic 'Rodeo.'
A Sharp 'Barber': Rossini's famous farce, 'The Barber of Seville,' offers both laughs and enduring melodies.
Bargain Bites: Burgers and spiritual guidance converge at In-N-Out Burger.