For the Week of|
January 20-26, 2000
Cover: Home Sweat Home
Building the American Dream, one floor joist at a time.
News: Usual Suspects
Supervisor Tim Smith's campaign spending spree.
Spice World: Acquiring a taste for chai.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Small Talk: Why we hunger for less large in our lives.
Burnt Offering: Film adaptation of 'Angela's Ashes' sifts through anger and sadness.
Fantastic!: Talking Pix guest Allen Klein is high on Imax.
Unconventional Love: A seasoned Star Trek fan talks about greedy T.V. stars, long lines, bad hairpieces, and the new film 'Galaxy Quest.'
Metal Madness: Slamfest 2000 spotlights heavy-metal bands, including the South Bay's Spitkiss.
Howlin' Wolf: Wolfman Washington growls the blues.
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.
Murphy's Law: Comic Sue Murphy comes to LBC.
Criminally Sane: Actors' Theatre's 'Private Eyes' an arresting treat.
True Beauty: 'Mating Cries' merits love at first sight.
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