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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 5-12, 2000

Cover: Huffing and Buffing
Modern males now feel the way many women have felt for years: highly imperfect and desperate for improvement.

Mythter California: One baby boomer gym convert confesses to feeling good about feeling fit.


News: Nüz
Struggling city department heads claim they can't make it on their $103,000-a-year average salaries.


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Bruce Bratton: Flubs and blunders; this week's movies; the SCAN Good Government Forum.

Work: Don't be fooled for a nanosecond by promises of personalization.

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Space Race: The Pajaro Valley Gallery has big plans for expansion and the will to carry them out.

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Sights & Sounds: Subtle Oak Complexity checks out, Slow Gherkin checks new keyboard players and the Choptops check their heads.

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New Age Italian: I Gatti in Los Gatos is worth the drive over Highway 17.

A La Carte: Ask not for whom the dough spins, it spins for thee at Engfer Pizza Works.

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Seventies High: 'Jesus' Son' floats lightly through an addict's haze thanks to a star-making performance by Billy Crudup.

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Weekly World Web: Planet DotCom.

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Comic Urges: Dangerous Neighbors delivers a dose of the absurd in latest production.


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