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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 1-7, 2001

Cover Story: Coyote Folly
Can the San Jose City Council just throw out the signatures of 50,000 registered voters to preserve Cisco's development plans in Coyote Valley? They'll have to win in court.


News: Endangered Elkhorn
Elkhorn Slough, home to a thriving wetland population of sea life and birds, is the site of a proposed golf course and country club.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: District and teachers reach a solution in contract talks.
  • Cupertino: Caltrans encourages safer driving.
  • Saratoga: Commissioners on the hot seat during meeting with residents.

Warmest Wishes: A message from your local futility company.

Public Eye: SJ's new parking ticket quotas. Peninsula lawmaker moves out of the district. Gonzo's surprise emcee for state of city.


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Notes From the Underbelly: The Last Burger Bar.

Work: My darling, my Darwin.

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Punk Fueled: Rocket From the Crypt keeps the garage-band ethic in orbit.

Man of His People: Phenomenally popular Cuban artist Paulito F.G. makes a rare U.S. visit, but stays true to his roots.

Seoul Music: East meets West in a rare showcase of contemporary and traditional Korean compositions.

Aural Fixation: Last Saturday's show with dredg, Floppy Rods, Divided and Zero Theory sold out Cactus.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by David Sylvian and the Shitkickers.

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Heart and Seoul: A faithful courtesan is the heroine of the Korean film 'Chunhyang.'

Cheerless Leaders: 'Sugar & Spice' robs banks and viewers.

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Western Civ: The Golden State stakes out its literary territory in a new anthology, 'The Literature of California.'

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Soul of 'W;t': Margaret Edson's play looks deeply at life and death.

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The Taste Test: Los Gatos' bistro A Matter of Taste keeps its offerings lively and inventive, following a fine French tradition.

A La Carte: Healthy eating is a lifelong challenge.


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