St. Petersburg Times: Weekend

November 1, 2001

photo Pottery and jewelry, paintings and sculptures will fill Highlander Park in Dunedin at Art Harvest 2001.

Cover story
A cornucopia of art and crafts
Art lovers and holiday shoppers will find plenty to admire at Art Harvest 2001.

Making friends with 'Monsters'
Monsters, Inc. casts a funny light on those creatures in the closet with amazing animation and winning performances, notably John Goodman's.

Just tear it down already
While Kevin Kline shines, Life as a House is not up to code.

Family Movie Guide
The Family Movie Guide should be used along with the Motion Picture Association of America rating system for selecting movies suitable for children.

Indie Flicks
Love in life's daily details

Top Five Movies and Upcoming Releases
Top Five

Also opening
Disturbances real and cinematic

Upcoming videos/DVDs releases and rankings

Travolta fans should catch 'Swordfish'

It's a 'Great Day' for Travis Tritt
The country singer was away from the music business for several years but made a comeback with Down the Road I Go, released a year ago.

They still want to shout
The Beatles covered their hit Twist and Shout, Jimi Hendrix and Elton John played in their backup band, and these days the Isley Brothers are sitting pretty on the charts and helping out R. Kelley.

Team Pop Trivia
This week's winner: Alice Graves of St. Petersburg knew Alan Freed was the legendary DJ who played Chuck Berry's Maybelline for two hours straight on his program.

Pop: Hot Ticket
At the Palace: Linkin Park, Stone Temple Pilots

Pop: Ticket Window

Get Away
Sure to start motorheads' engines
Get those wish lists started, Tampa Bay car aficionados, as you view what's new in dreams on wheels. While you fantasize, join in the other fun at the international auto show.

Huge India bazaar marks 14th year
Bangles and bindi, saris and samosas, dancing and ethnic food: The culture of India is on display this weekend at India Festival 2001.

Get Away: Down the road
Events to watch for; details in future editions of Weekend.

A week to visit the museum
It's Arts Alive Museum Week in St. Petersburg, a time for museums, art centers, theaters and other groups to exult in the city's cultural vitality. Marking the occasion are special events, free admissions and discounts at 27 locations from Friday through Nov. 11.

Art: Best bets
Art critic Mary Ann Marger's recommendations for this weekend. Please refer to the Art Calendar for details.

Art: Hot Ticket
Inspired by the earth

International's Asian
Along Bay Street, the mall's restaurant row, high concepts and flashy decors are king of the Asian locales. Unfortunately, that leaves food on the back burner.

Side dish
Fast lane

A fairy-tale production
The North Carolina Dance Theater Cinderella comes to the Mahaffey Theater, with lavish costumes and sets, life-size puppets and cameos by several young local dancers.

Stage: Hot Ticket
The spookiness continues

Stage: Down the road
Immigrant -- Mark Harelik's drama The Immigrant is at American Stage Nov. 9-Dec. 2. $20-$30.

Party purses
Holiday celebrations may be scaled back this year, but every party calls for pretty things. Here are some to take along with you.

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