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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 18-25, 1999

Cover: Spirits In The Knot
Woodcut artist Carol Summers shows that seeing isn't always believing.


News: Lockdown Drag Out
Family members of prisoners at Salinas Valley State Prison think the protracted state of emergency there poses more of a threat to prison security than the violent event that triggered it.


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Bruce Bratton: A petition against progressives.

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Mission of Mercy: The closing Cabrillo Music Festival program takes an emotional toll.

Smash and Learn: After embarking on a mission to prove its critics wrong, Smash Mouth succeeded.

Notes From the Underground: Herbert and company deliver a punishing Vets Hall show.

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Tyrolean Fling: A Ben Lomond landmark reinvents itself-- but not too much-- and the hills are still alive with the aromas of wurst and beer.

Sushi Central: Two brand-new eateries make Japanese food the catch of the day on the Mall.

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Shock City: 'Detroit Rock City,' a contrived tribute to '70s rockers Kiss, goes for the gross every time.


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