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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 16-22

Cover: Moe Beta
The Three Stooges live on in infamy and cable television. Richard von Busack reminisces about gags, moments of truth and the universal appeal of social disorder.


News: Water Torture
A flood of complaints about racism, waste and poor planning has emerged from within the Santa Clara Valley Water District.

Garage For All: No place for the band to practice? Jack Dunstan says come on down, and bring your own couch.

Public Eye: Candidates line up to replace the departing San Jose Planning Chief.

Polis Report: Men are from where? Women are from what?


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Jane vs. James: Director Jane Campion repaints Henry James' 'Portrait of a Lady.'

Dueling Dualities: A French cop answers the call of ambiguity in 'Thieves.'

Woody Sings: The director grows older, while the actresses get younger in Woody Allen's 'Everyone Says I Love You.'

Lesbian Lore: 'Paris Was a Woman' documents the remarkable expatriates who changed our ideas of modern art and literature.

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Highs & Lows: San Jose's Darrel Stanley struggles to convince the nonbelievers that he was once one of R&B's and funk's best guitarists.

Homegrown Sounds: The San Jose Symphony focuses on American composers.

Beat Street: Cubberley Center goes for nonprofit status.

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East Coast Flair: At Saratoga's Le Mouton Noir, a parade of dazzling orchestrations shows off chef Jason Siccone's Atlantic Coast origins and his skill in mixing cross-continental metaphors.

Bargain Bites: From "Chinese doughnuts" to "Chinese tamale" to "Big Scallion Cake," the prices at Chef Wang's are always under $2.50 per serving.

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The Big Easy: Walter Mosley reads from his first Easy Rawlins novel, 'Gone Fishin.'

[Stage]
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S.O.B.: Symphony. Opera. Ballet. Our Web-only column that offers the low-down on the Bay Area's high arts scene.

Light on Its Feet: San José Rep traces the curve of a relationship in dance in 'Wallflowering.'

Pinball Wizardry: American Musical Theatre transforms stage into a giant pinball machine for 'Tommy.'

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Family Affairs: Plugging into personal pasts at Euphrat Museum.

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