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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 7-14, 2001

Cover: Hearts Beat
Valentine cards, like fine wine, grow better with age.

Kingdom Come: The market for female pleasure drugs is wide open. Is a female version of Viagra what women really want?

Have a Heart: Valentine's Day happenings around town range from the artistic to the gastronomic.


News: Nüz
Socialist Marc Cooper mixes it up with KPFA supporters at local reading; U.S. Navy eyes Fort Hunter Liggett for bombing range.


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Bruce Bratton: The Art Forum Gallery presents an exhibit on North Coast history; the continuing fluoridation debate; bumper sticker sightings.

Work: Computers are dying faster than we are.

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Slough the Looking Glass: Pajaro Valley Gallery hosts an exhibition of artworks inspired by the Watsonville wetlands.

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Musical Journey: Korean styles marked New Music Works' first concert of the year.

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Smart Mouth: Instead of celebrating love with something resembling sincerity, we've crafted--in love's honor--an unholy day of obligation.

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Beauty and the Beasts: Gillian Anderson learns that aristocrats are worse than aliens in Terence Davies' adaptation of Edith Wharton's 'House of Mirth.'

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Weekly World Web: Are you and your lover compatible? It all depends upon a name.


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