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Nov. 6-12

Cover: Smells Like Queer Spirit
Gina Arnold finds the spirit of punk music alive and well in the queercore movement.

Literary Quarterly
Apple: The Inside Story and AppleDesign: Apple's problems are not new, but its best creations are still beautiful to behold.
Open Sky: By Paul Virilio.
Hamlet on the Holodeck: By Janet H. Murray.
Signal to Noise: By Carla Sinclair.
Coffeehouse Writings From the Web: Edited by Levi Asher and Christian Crumlish.

News: No Habla Español
Who is Ron Unz ,and why is he saying these terrible things about bilingual education?

Laptop over Hip-Hop: The African American pocket-protector crowd upgrades to the next generation.

Public Eye: Slew of hopefuls line up for downtown council seat.


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From A to Z: Director Costa-Gavras talks about his newest--Mad City--and his best--Z--films.

Street of No Return: Richard von Busack pays tribute to the late film noir director Sam Fuller, creator of Pickup on South Street.

The Frost of Living: The Ice Storm puts a moralistic chill on the '70s.

Eve of Danger: A small child undoes Eve's Bayou.

River Cruise: The Delta swims in a moral gray zone.

Carpet Ride: Iranian film Gabbeh weaves a magical tale.

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Girls' Night Out: Dedicated fans embrace folk-rocker Ani DiFranco in Santa Cruz.

Beat Street: City Revolt finds new owners.

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In the Mood to Cook: Christina Waters signs up for a HomeChef cooking class that demystifies tiramisu, crostini and Arborio rice, within the bounds of 'quick & easy' Italian cooking.

Bargain Bites: Sunnyvale's Murphy Avenue sports a little bit of Bourbon Street.

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The Kind Men Like: A new collection preserves the arcane art of the Tijuana Bibles.

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A 'Kiss' of Death: Musical version of The Kiss of the Spider Woman sucks the life out of a great story.


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