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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 25-31, 2001

Music Feature: New New Wave
Ladytron moves electronica beyond the dance floor.


News: Hair Giver
For those willing to shed a mullet or a ponytail, Locks of Love is one more reason to feel good about a haircut.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Police get upgraded video cameras.
  • Los Gatos: Commission rejects modified proposal to alter a previously approved project on N. Santa Cruz Avenue.
  • Willow Glen: Blackouts roll through area, but don't cause big trouble.

Public Eye: SC cyclist nearly gored during Bush protest. New supe misses meeting, goes to Maui. Techies energized over power crisis.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Where Have You Gone, Pronto Pup?

Work: Microsoft's random acts of weirdness.

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Broad Scope: Major label Interscope looks to sign South Bay rock conceptualists dredg.

Forever Tango Blazes Vibrant Trail: SJ Chamber Orchestra offers a Buenos Aires take on new classical.

String Art: California Guitar Trio proves three is the magic number with its unique sound.

Aural Fixation: Triple Seven's Naughty Nite Out gains steam at the Usual.

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Murnau and Again: John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe remake the making of 'Nosferatu' in 'Shadow of the Vampire.'

Southern Slice: CinemaScope adds epic weight to understated 'George Washington.'

Strike Up the Contraband: MACLA's Cinema Contrabandista series showcases films from Mexico.

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To Wit: San Jose Stage Co.'s version of 'W;t' plays out a real-life drama for cancer victims.

Lowlifes, High Comedy: The denizens of 'Suburban Motel' try to cope at City Lights.

Southern Discomfort: The Freitags of Atlanta are busy trying to fit in and exclude in 'The Last Night of Ballyhoo.'

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Viva Convivio: Even on the rainiest night, Convivio Trattoria dispels the chill with vivacious atmosphere and sensational aromas.

A La Carte: Breakfast Clubs.


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