For the Week of|
May 17-23, 2001
Cover: Heat Wave
Summer sizzles on the North Bay arts and entertainment scene.
Fast Pitch: A report to the baseball commissioner.
Close-by Camping: Turn that gas-guzzling SUV into a summer home.
Drive Time: Gadgets for the quintessential car camper.
The Rookie: An amateur triathlete challenges the Vineman.
News: Slime in a Bottle
Bottled-water companies have been duping the public about 'spring water' for years. And the courts don¹t care whether the public knows the truth or not.
Open Mic: Lost in Space.
Geek Girl: Hey, nerds, phone home.
Kids' Menu: Making meals with your own mini-chefs.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
I Ching, Ka Ching: With a little help from the 'I Ching,' film critic Richard von Busack predicts the good, the bad and the sequel for this summer's movie season.
Rise and Folly: A fan of failure sizes up new film about dot-com flops.
Cow-Pie Serenade: The Flatlanders ride again.
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.
Healdsburg Jazz Festival: Tickets and lineup information for the third annual event.
Russian River Blues Festival: Ticket information and news about the Guerneville celebration.
Health & Harmony Festival: Belly dancing, environmental expo, patchouli oil, and music, music, music--get the jump on the Health & Harmony Festival, the North Bay's biggest counterculture shindig.
With Gusto: 'Reverie' exhibit a blast of fun.
Vision Quest: 'Lying Awake' offers simple story of faith tested to the limit.
The War at Home: Gerald Nicosia chronicles struggles of Viet vets.
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