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newspaper cover For the Week of
January 30-February 5

Cover: Why Chromosome
Never underestimate the power of a woman, especially if she's trapped inside a man's body. Dale Bryant charts the course of two men and their decisions to go girl.


News: Coffee Buzz
In the heated debate over whether Seattle-based Starbucks should compete with local coffeehouses, the issue of tax revenues seldom causes a stir. But with an honor system of collection, maybe it should.

Celestine Sports Fan: You may disagree with James Redfield, but it's no sweat off his paperback.

Public Eye: Special election countdown.

Polis Report: "Massage therapist" is not necessarily a shady occupation.


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Seeing Stars: 'Star Wars' trilogy strikes back, whether you like it or not.

Festival Feasting: Cinequest and Lesbian and Gay Film Festival flood local screens this week.

Sated on Cinema: In search of art-house bonanzas, independent filmmakers live by the hype and die by the hype at the Sundance Film Festival.

Troubled Times: The horror of war is brought home in the raw maternal anguish of 'Some Mother's Son.'

Stuck in the System: Tupac Shakur and Tim Roth sober up in 'Gridlock'd.'

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Looking for Louie (Louie): Todd Inoue talks to Eric Predoehl, a local filmmaker working on a documentary about the late Richard Berry, who left a legacy as the man who wrote "Louie, Louie."

Musical Paradox: A glimpse into the mind of Tricky--be afraid, very afraid.

Booking Jazzmen: Blowing amid the shelves at Barnes & Noble with Darrel Stanley and Eddie Gale.

Piano Pantheon: McCoy Tyner isn't content to relive past glories.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by DJ Kool, Karen Carpenter, Wayne Perry & the Cosmichoir and Talib Kibwe.

Beat Street: Visiting Kemuri fills in for J Church.

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Hawgs Challenge: Campbell's newest seafood bar, Hawgs, scores big points on old favorites such as clam linguine and breaded prawns.

Bargain Bites: Mexicali Market expertly adopts fat consciousness without sacrificing flavor.

[Books]
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Giant Robot, Launch!: All things Asian and more crop up in the pages of 'Giant Robot.'

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Cultural Currents in Turmoil: The magnetic, driving power of repressed expression marks the work of four Chinese American artists.

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