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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 14-20, 1999

Cover: Usenet or Losenet?
Thor Iverson describes the now common tragedy of anarchy in the newsgroups. Usenet tamer Bill Lee believes his company, RemarQ, will bring order to the usenet and eventually build a real community there


News: History Lessons
Valley history buffs are taking their collections and going home in response to the new historical museum director's grand plans to make the exhibits less Eurocentric.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Saratoga: Deputies arrest teen from Saratoga for possession of pipe bombs, hazardous materials.
  • Cupertino: Rancho annexation: 'the rest is mere formality.'
  • Los Gatos: Officials get first look at feasibility report on parking garage downtown.

Laddies Night: Sundays out behind the Arena have taken on a whole new twist.

Public Eye: Leslie Nichols faces fallout from his decision to disband the grand jury.


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Troupe Maneuvers: Writer Quincy Troupe makes literary and musical intersections in a new series at the SJ Museum of Art.

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Europop With a Thousand Faces: Espen Lind, the Merrymakers and Cassius head a new European musical invasion.

Movin' on 'Up Up' With Ani DiFranco: Rough, cocky and vulnerable, Ani DiFranco rewards her fans' obsessions on her new album, Up Up Up Up Up Up.

New Century Moves: Stuart Canin winds up a stellar tenure with New Century Chamber Orchestra.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by RetroMotive and various artists.

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Not So 'Civil' Firm: Travolta coasts through A Civil Action.

Watery Graves: In Dreams makes too much sense.

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Family Fare: Sunnyvale's Pezzella's Villa Napoli has brought great Italian food to the table for 40 years.


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