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For the Week of
January 22-28, 1998

Cover: Blues Traveler
Ten years ago, a local child blues prodigy had it all going for him. And then something changed. The tangled journey of Little John Chrisley.

News: Cover of the Night
An SJSU student has been hospitalized for weeks after suffering blows to the head late one night in Spartan Village. University police have no leads and a lot of excuses.

Public Eye: SJ politicians' cellular phone bills.

Havana Great Time: SJSU profs videocam their way through Cuba, finding free markets, foreign cash and a burgeoning tourist industry.


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Mainstream Mavericks: Cinequest '98 salutes independent-minded filmmakers.

The Mark of Kane: In Office Killer, the star outshines the story.

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Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Sacred Hoop, Bangloraj, Steve Poltz and Pee Shy.

Beat Street: Go-Nuts wreak havoc at Lookout! party.

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Cel Mates: TV's 'South Park' steers animation to the limits of technical minimalism.

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Getting Elmore: The author of Get Shorty and Rum Punch talks about Westerns, Quentin Tarantino and hard-boiled patter.

Books in Brief: Review of Hot Wired Style by Jeffrey Veen.

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Sorrowing in Tears: Opera San José goes mad for Lucia di Lammermoor.

Tennessee Waltzing: 'Iguana' pulls together disparate dramatic parts.

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Big Game Hunt: Chinese restaurants pounce to celebrate the Year of the Tiger.


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