For the Week of|
January 13-19, 2000
Cover: Night Sweats
Soaking up the evening allure of Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
It's a Stretch: Pilates-based fitness center works to connect.
River Dance: Life on the water--a meditation on kayaking the Russian River.
News: Growing Pains
High-density housing goes hand in hand with urban growth boundaries. So why isn't anyone willing to talk about it?
Usual Suspects: Town Hall Coalition comes to Sonoma.
Game Theory: Diners discover the wild side of the animal kingdom.
Best-Kept Secret: Napa creekside restaurant a hidden gem.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Not in Ecstasy: The makers of GHB, GBL and other so-called designer drugs are outrunning the law. Has U.S. drug policy finally met its match?
Bald Facts: Can you trust a candidate with bad hair?
Therapy Chic: 'Girl, Interrupted' takes a coy peek at a woman's flirtation with mental illness.
Broken Hearts: 'Snow Falling on Cedars' is pure poetry.
Lizards in Space: The Lone Star State's genre-bending bluegrass band hits the highway.
SF Club Guide: Disco divas, hip-hop connoisseurs and salsa suaves to flannel-clad pinball players, jazz luminaries and more from the City by the Bay.
Get Jazzed: Complete SFJAZZ spring season schedule information.
Pour on the Art: Napa's Hess Collection boasts more than wine.
Book Picks: Reviews of 'The Best of Temp Slave' and 'Full Exposure.'
Bedtimes: Linn Ullman chronicles the joy and luck of three generations of Norwegians in 'Before You Sleep.'
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