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October 26 to November 1, 1995

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Arts & Entertainment

    Movies
    Bloody Feast: Merchant Ivory leaves the drawing room behind in a violent adaptation of H.E. Bates' Feast of July.

    Very Original: Copycat beats the odds against serial-killer movies.

    Bad Boy's Club: On the road with The Doom Generation.

    Romance Maid in Heaven: In Martha and I, class lines cross on the eve of WWII.

    Music
    Special F/X No More: Downtown San Jose's F/X -- flash point of the SoFA District -- closes its doors.

    Carry Up the Charts: Don't hate them, they're the Beautiful South.

    No Cain, No Gain: Local blues hero Chris Cain trumps the competition with release Somewhere Along the Way.

    Beat Street
    Beat Street: New club due for San Jose's night-life district.

    Art
    Glassy Eyed at Chihuly: The exquisite but much too self-conscious blown-glass extravaganzas of Dale Chihuly.

    Stage
    Musical Royalty: TheatreWorks stages the songs of Carole King.

    My Fair Lady by American Musical Theatre of San Jose ranges from energetic to tepid.

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