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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 18-24, 2001

Cover Story: Mullet Over
Can rejection of a bad hairstyle be the rallying cry of a generation? Only if it's short on top, long in the back and worn by Billy Ray Cyrus.


News: Fluttering Hopes
A West Side Santa Cruz neighborhood turns into a battlefield over the Monarch butterfly.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Attorney files complaint against pro-Measure B group.
  • Saratoga: Schools, city cope with energy costs.
  • Willow Glen: Lack of telephone lines leaves WG residents "on hold."

Bush Whacked: One woman's very personal protest to the new prez.

Public Eye: San Jose prepares to oust local restaurateur and open yet another Italian eatery.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Boffo opera in Santa Clara.

Work: A crazed software engineer creates the final killer app.

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Apathy for the Devil: Marilyn Manson's polished performance at SJSU Event Center was all flash and little fire.

Bright Lights: Stars shines its light on electronica pop with 'Nightsongs' album.

Musical Protein: Red Meat plays country music the old-fashioned meat-and-potatoes way.

Off the Beaten Path: Samiam transcended label woes to go 'Astray' for its latest album.

Aural Fixation: Gig at the Usual was last for Krenshaw until full-length 'Lazy I' album is finished.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Sandy Denny and Delbert McClinton.

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Brutal Brad: Brad Pitt goes to the mat in the stylish crime caper 'Snatch.'

Taipei Personalities: Edward Jang's family drama 'Yi Yi' is an instant classic.

Gothic 'Gift': Cate Blanchett's gift for acting saves Sam Raimi's routine mystery thriller.

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Barry Merry: 'Copacabana' showcases Barry Manilow's jazz instincts.

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Jammin' Sam's: A San Jose landmark still serves up its signature abalone sandwich, and a lot of memories.

A La Carte: A New Year and new places to go.


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