For the Week of|
March 15-21, 2001
Cover: Action Jackson
A new film portrait casts artist Jackson Pollock as a dead art saint.
News: Daily Grind
The living-wage movement gains momentum in the North Bay.
Newsgrinder: Important events as reported by daily newspapers and summarized by Daedalus Howell.
Jews for 'GE-less': Some members of the Jewish community are going against the genetically engineered grain.
Open Mic: Ripe Pickin'.
Geek Girl: Gimme back my gizmo.
The Wide-Eyed Gourmet: On an aversion to cake doughnuts. Or frittering away one's childhood.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Newfound Glory: Hope gets sneaky in 'It All Starts Today.'
Strings Attached: New Century Chamber Orchestra opens a new era.
Deep Blues: Bluesman Paul Pena's amazing journey.
Raw Energy: Local songstress Bonnie Hayes is back with a vengeance.
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.
SFJAZZ Spring Season: Five weekends of concerts and films showcasing different jazz instruments and styles.
Love Story: Older couple takes chance on romance in 'Frankie & Johnny.'
'Flea' Circus: The plague's the thing in perplexing psychodrama at Actors Theatre.
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