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Cover: Black Hole
The Pentagon is spending billions of taxpayer dollars to keep its toy box full of the worst-kept secrets on the planet. Anyone for a game of Armageddon?
News: Fast-Friendly, Inc.
Welcome to the Midtown Safeway, the supermarket equivalent of Disneyland, where everybody insists on knowing your name.
Of Mice and Monte Sereno: Historical homeowner tangles with red tape and John Steinbeck's legacy.
Public Eye: Tom Campbell takes on Newt.
Polis Report: You may have unclaimed money waiting in state coffers.
Eternal Maternal: Albert Brooks can't go home again to Debbie Reynolds in 'Mother.'
Do the Hustle: An examination of porn publisher turned matinee idol Larry Flynt and the right to remain loud.
Oh, Ché, Can You See?: 'Evita' spells a decade of doom for bloated movie musicals.
Streep Show: Meryl goes slumming in 'Marvin's Room.'
The Big Hug: Nostalgia drowns drama in 'Everything Relative.'
From Oasis to Ocean: Ocean Colour Scene, the newest pop sensation in England, goes platinum with 'Moseley Shoals.'
Beat Street: Why can't San Jose music fans get their hands in the air?
Audiofile: Reveiws of the latest CDs by Back to Back Blues Band, Sloe, Furious George and George Clinton.
Picasso's Palate: new downtown San Jose restaurant, Picasso's, transforms the former Mexico Lindo into a cross between the typical tasca and the restaurant mesón-style tapas bars of Spain.
Vegging Out: Exploring southern and northern Indian specialties at Milpitas' Swagat.
Aping the Ape-man: Long after his death, Edgar Rice Burroughs returns with a brand-new Tarzan novel.
S.O.B.: Symphony. Opera. Ballet. The debut of a new Web-only column that offers the low-down on the Bay Area's high arts scene. Dig It!