For the Week of|
August 20-26, 1998
Cover: The Science of Shtup
Ross Jeffries claims his seduction methods can turn pathetic losers into rakish lotharios for $900 bucks a pop.
Hot-Weather Happenings: A complete guide to this summer's cultural, recreational and phantasmagorical fun.
All Shook Down: The Cabrillo Music Festival brings the house down with a skillful collection of modern music.
Notes From the Underground: The Vets Hall and the Catalyst open their doors to shows aplenty this past week.
Audiophile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Bob Burnett, Sally Nyolo, Suncatcher and Ernesto Diaz-Infante.
Empowering Inferno: The Burning Man festival faces two possible fates--it could end up as Club Burning Med or as an invitation-only party.
Bowing to Math: The numbers don't add up in Pi.
Dark Lady: Minnie Driver plays a Victorian's secret in The Governess.
Life's a Beach: Blacks Beach Cafe gives aid and comfort to enlightened vegetarians and beach grazers in the East Cliff neighborhood.