For the Week of|
April 1-7, 1999
Cover: Windows of Opportunity
Metro's exclusive story of Microsoft and an incredible plan to turn a wildly expanded Stones make-up concert into a five-day kiss and make up session with Silicon Valley.
News: McSurgery to Go
For today's busy professional, the purveyors of cosmetic laser procedures have it down to a quick and tidy science. They'll even do the makeup afterward.
Climate Control: Stanford students criticize university's endowments because they don't take global warming into account.
Metropolis News Extras
Public Eye: City manager cracks down on employees' illegal parking.
- Saratoga: Business owners disagree with city on winery expansion plan.
- Willow Glen: Willow Glen neighborhood named 'hot zone' for lead poison.
- Cupertino: City finishes clean up of hazardous dump site.
Stupid Cat Tricks: Of magic kitty clickers, training and other fantasies of feline owners.
Fried Chicken and Coffee: Nashville Pussy aims to offend with beats, breasts and bad words--but it's all an act.
The Mothership: Groove makers George Clinton and the P-Funk Allstars land in Santa Cruz this weekend.
Pretty Fly for White Guys: Review and photos of punk-pop band The Offspring's show at the SJSU Event Center.
Aural Fixation: This year's South First Music Experience rocks in with Outtaline, Swerver, Stunt Monkey, RetroMotive and many more.
Moonstruck: A Catskills summer romance is ethnic but unthreatening in A Walk on the Moon.
Synthetic Cinema: Keanu Reeves, back in action in The Matrix.
Dominating Dominique: Isabelle Huppert brings depth to a Pygmalion-like story of young hustler and older woman in The School of Flesh.
Playing With Food: For those delicious situations in which only our hands and fingers will do, food play is built into the collective appetite.
Little Man, Big Novel: Thomas Berger follows up Little Big Man with a worthy Return.
Free at Last: Katherine Arnoldi's comic The Amazing True Story of a Teenage Single Mom is stunning work.