For the Week of|
May 11-17, 2000
Cover: Green Days
Battle lines being drawn in bid to save rural heritage.
News: Usual Suspects
Pepper-spray lawsuit restored.
Salsa Savvy: Finding new ways to assess the sauce.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Crying Game: Author Jane Smiley on horse hearts, weeping at movies, and 'Return to Me.'
Gladiator: The revival of the gladiator epic says as much about American politics as it does about ancient history.
Young Guns: 'The Filth and the Fury' evokes the anarchistic joy of the Sex Pistols.
Hit Woman: Ayesha Dharkar commands the screen as a fervent assassin in 'The Terrorist.'
Miles to Go: New Miles Davis/John Coltrane box set showcases two jazz giants.
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.
Artful Refuge: California art finds a home at the di Rosa Preserve.
Regarding Henry: Thoughtful 'Henry IV' makes history.
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