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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 20-26, 2000

Cover: Swinging in the Suburbs
How 'the lifestyle' of sexual sharing has evolved and flourished in the burbs of the bay.


News: Missing Mom
How the story of a missing mom from Almaden Valley--with no husband, relatives or local advocates to hound authorities--languished until she turned up dead.

A Shot in the Dark: A growing number of parents are choosing not to inoculate their children.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: High Los Gatos rents force census office to Sunnyvale.
  • Saratoga: Local parent says he'll build, donate an indoor sports facility to the city.

Bovine Intervention: High-powered research team tries to get to the bottom of cow mutilations.

Public Eye: Maggi leaves 11 for family reasons--really. SJ Assembly candidate moves back. Mexican Heritage Corp. prez leaves post.


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Breakbeat Science: Goldie's new album, 'The INCredible Sound of Drum 'n' Bass,' looks back at the near past while signaling a move to a post-junglist future.

Timba Titans: Bamboleo leads the next generation of great Cuban players.

Aural Fixation: The Cactus had to turn fans away at big Papa Roach show.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Not Hot, Stitch and Moodfrye.

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Gritty Ashes: Alan Parker preserves the anger of Frank McCourt's memoir.

Cloudy Confession: Michelangelo Antonioni tries one last time to grasp the ungraspable.

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Parenting Creation: AMT's 'Children of Eden' paints God as an exasperated father.

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Marvelous Marcella: Los Gatos' Cafe Marcella creates some of the most memorable dishes of a lifetime, writes Christina Waters.

A La Carte: The road to love can be paved with delicious intentions.


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