For the Week of|
March 30-April 5, 2000
Cover: Butterfly Blues
Julia Butterfly saved her beloved redwood, but her struggle is just beginning.
News: The Kids in the Hall
Grassroots movement grows in opposition to vineyard expansions.
Usual Suspects: Ex-Santa Rosa priest to face rape charge.
Lost Arts: Rediscovering the art of making your own food products.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Road Warrior: Santa Rosa-born animator lands a leading role in 'The Road to El Dorado.'
Sweet and Stunted: 'High Fidelity' doesn't capture the delicate balance of Nick Hornby's novel.
Pie-Eyed: A renowned wine expert matches wits--and wines--with 'Titus.'
Code Words: Exhausted author Donald Antrim on the nature of ambivalence, psychopathic samurai, and Jim Jarmusch's 'Ghost Dog.'
Sound Advice: An avalanche of aluminum and acrylic for your entertainment pleasure.
Get Jazzed: Complete program notes on the San Francisco Jazz Festival's spring season.
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.
Simply Divine: 'Goddess on a Payroll' serves up smart sketch comedy.
Burger Nation: How fast-food joints gave us a national cuisine and created a legion of grease-spattered service workers.
Belgian Waffling: The political and the personal merge (with difficulty) in 'The Catastrophist.'
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