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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 20-27, 2000

Cover: High on Low-Fi
Eleven days, a venue on every corner, underground rock bands from around the state--the Big Band Festival wants to make a lot of noise.


News: County Checkup
Is the county doing enough to care for patients without health insurance?

Nüz: New local college students face an Oct. 10 deadline to register to vote.

DeCinzo: Stupid student tricks.


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Bruce Bratton: The SCAN endorsement forum brings surprises; farewell to Lee Quarnstrom's column; this week's movies.

Work: Information suicide.

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Sights & Sounds: Gospel-soul-rock diva Joan Osborne witnesses for a sold-out Catalyst crowd.

[Dining]
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Taco Heaven: Enjoy the marvelous Yacht Harbor view and stick to the fresh-fish basics for a tasty meal at Rosa's Rosticeria.

A La Carte: Diners can hear that lonesome whistle blow as the toy trains wind through the Train Place Deli.

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Pennies and Paltrow: It's a long way from the musical complexity of Dennis Potter's 'Pennies From Heaven' to the paltry pop platitudes of 'Duets.'

Rolling Tundra: The bleakness gets laid on with a trowel in 'Solomon and Gaenor.'

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Weekly World Web: The future of girls.


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