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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 25-September 1, 1999

Cover: Too Big Too Fast
For three decades, Russell Tershy and Anthony Soto's Center for Employment Training got people off welfare and into good jobs. But when CET tried to go national, its growing pains left students wondering what happened to the financial aid they were promised. Then the feds wanted to know where all the grants were going. Now, Soto is dead, Tershy has resigned and government auditors are demanding a full accounting.


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Bruce Bratton: Borders, bad movies and glow-in-the-dark goats.

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Comes the Dawn: Junk Sick Dawn makes a glorious noise of distorted guitars, off-kilter beats and tortured lyrics.

Notes From the Underground: Burlacticus Undertow 'spanks' the beat into submission.

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Future Shock: For sci-fi author Tad Williams, mid-21st-century cyberspace looks a lot like today.

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Meet and Eat: The attractive resort setting at Severino's makes it a pleasant meeting place.

Planet Sighting: Saturn Cafe readies to reopen downtown.

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Sebastian's Excellent Adventure: 'The Adventures of Sebastian Cole' proves that Ferris wasn't the only hip '80s teen.


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