For the Week of|
April 20-26, 2000
Cover: After the Fall
Twenty-five years after the fall of Saigon, the Vietnam War still lingers in the lives of three North Bay veterans, Lily Adams, Patrick McGregor and Vinh Luu.
News: Man with a (Green) Plan
Conservationist Huey Johnson knows how to save the planet.
Usual Suspects: SRJC part-time faculty up in arms over pay inequity.
Brava Bravura: St. Helena restaurant serves a vibrant mix.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
My Sweatpants, Myself: Some clothing transcends mere fashion trends.
Foot Fetish: A good shoe is as important as . . . a good man.
Put a Lid on It: A few heady thoughts on women's hats.
Dead Shoe Diary: Clothes that give new meaning to the phrase 'to die for.'
Geek Girl: Women like me actually exist.
Secrets of the Stuntpeople: Film industry stunt workers face an explosive combination of old dangers and new pressures to perform.
The Zen of Mafia: Jim Jarmusch's 'Ghost Dog' mixes samurai wisdom with mob intrigue.
Blood Bath: 'X' carves a gory path to anime glory.
Blue Notes: John Scofield--reluctant guitar hero-- performs at the Mystic Theatre.
Soul Man: Cantor Mark Childs celebrates the power of song in Passover program.
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.
Suspect Devices: 'Explosive Acts' captures the debauched atmosphere of 1890s Paris.
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