For the Week of|
February 24-March 1, 2000
News: Freeway Jam
Big money is driving the push to widen Highway 101.
Bluebloods, Sweat and Tears: The New York Stock Exchange opens its new West Coast headquarters with a bevy of high-tech toys and tricks. But can east beat west?
Usual Suspects: Convicted killer Richard Allen Davis is searching for pen pals.
Maya Goodness: Gourmet Mexican restaurant is a hit.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Smoke and Mirrors: Cults, Courage and 'Holy Smoke'--a conversation with Jonestown survivor Deborah Layton.
Publish or Perish: Michael Douglas acts his age as a blocked writer in 'Wonder Boys.'
Widow Maker: Oscar-winning 'Regret to Inform' examines the Vietnam War from the home front.
Film Frenzy: This year's Cinequest film festival features tributes to Alec Baldwin and Dario Argento. Plus: A look at this week's best bets and take-a-chance picks for the film festival.
Warm and Buzzy Feeling: Music entrepreneur Buzzy Martin gets a little help from his friends.
Mosh Master: Local promoter plans new all-ages rock club.
Alchemical Opposites: True trip-hop resurfaces in Baby Namboos, courtesy Tricky and Aurora Borealis on 'Ancoats2Zambia.'
Spins: New CDs from Baby Namboos, Bell Book & Candle, and others.
Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by TAM!, the exies and Boy Kicks Girl.
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.
Men in Tights: Les Ballets Trockadero is more than a pack of pretty faces.
Rough Cut: Dreamweaver Theatre of Napa offers a mixed 'Blame It on the Movies.'
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