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For the Week of
January 8-14, 1998

Cover: Technophobia
Not everyone wants a part of the wired world, and unplugged author Stephen Kessler thinks he knows why.

News: Sierra Climber
With a 24 year-old leader at the helm, the venerable Sierra Club is acting new again.

Public Eye: Staffers flee Lady Alquist's whip.

Star Searchless: Astronomers turn a calculating eye toward cosmic truth, but save it for a rainy day.


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Future City: Welcome to Sarajevo doesn't beg for tears or pity.

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Rank and File: Nicky Baxter reviews ragga legend Shabba Ranks' new collection, Original Hardcore.

A Pete for the People: Folk great Pete Seeger is set to sing for San Jose Peace Center.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Arturo Sandoval, Andre Nickatina and War Cry.

Beat Street: The members of the Hieroglyphics rely on the Internet to get their message and their music out to fans.

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McBeal Street Blues: The thinking-man's bombshells of prime time love to talk dirty.

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Bye-Bye, Bert and Ernie?: Made Possible By argues that educational TV is a waste of money.

Got the Milkman?: David Boswell brings fabled 'Reid Fleming' back to life.

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Haute House: Continental drifts may occur in the staff and menu at Emile's, but the high quality remains rock-solid.


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