For the Week of|
September 21-27, 2000
Cover: Loud as They Wanna Be
If cell phone users are too loud, it's because you are just too old: What happens when technology moves faster than etiquette.
News: Divorce Your Car
Wake-up call for SUV lovin' SOBs.
Usual Suspects: Sebastopol protesters bare all; SSU to exhibit breast cancer art.
Culture Vultures: Fashion junkies abound in mainstream America.
Chic Shot: Cyber catwalk spawns anti-fashion websites and plenty of satirical punch.
Set the Table: Mistral puts local fare in the spotlight.
Heard It Through the Grapevine: Get to the root of all things wine.
Talking Pictures: Roger Corman-collaborator Beverly Gray critiques 'Cecil B. Demented.'
Beyond Kink: What begins as pure sex in the afternoon soon becomes 'An Affair of Love.'
Way Off-Key: 'Duets' favors pop perfection over reality.
At the Source: New CD sets survey the roots of folk music.
File Under Rebellion: A musical journey through some of the most militant reggae ever recorded.
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.
Shutter Bugs: Camera Art 2 puts local photogs in focus.
Puppet Masters: Jarvis Conservatory stages a puppet festival and workshop.
As 1,000s Jeer: Irving Berlin revival lacks vitality.
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