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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 4-10, 1999

Cover: Booby Trap
How South Bay law enforcement officials busted up a San Francisco call girl operation that pandered to the valley's elite execs. Plus, my roommate, the hooker.


News: Medical Dilemma
Government officials say they accidentally overfunded the Indian Health Center in Willow Glen by $700,000. And now they want their money back even if it means the center must close its doors.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Mid-peninsula deal with Novitiate owner may be on verge of collapse.
  • Cupertino: Monta Vista students enjoy a stress-free Friday.
  • Saratoga: City nervous about money coming for roads projects.

Public Eye: Will redevelopment chief Frank Taylor lose the option to play by his own rules?

Holy Unsuitable: A new 'Queen Jane's' version of the Bible has 'something to offend everyone.'


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Toon In: Busta Rhymes goofs on gangsta rock.

Pondering Penderecki: One of the world great modernists conducts the San Jose Symphony.

Bean Here Now: Richard Bean brings back Latin-rock Sapo.

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Life Is a Cabaret: A recluse finds her Little Voice in celebrity impersonations.

'All That' and More: A wallflower blooms in teen romance She's All That.

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Big Bento: Japantown's Kubota is a smart showcase for flashy sushi and rice that's more than nice.

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Vengeance Is Sweet: Opera San José survives the flu bug to find the fierceness in Don Giovanni.

The Defiant Ones: Ordinary people are heroes in Defying Gravity, a drama about the space shuttle crash.

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Arcana to Arcadia: Ben Katchor creates a lost world of New York flimflam men and religious utopians in his new graphic novel.

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Light on the Streets: A new show at the SJ Museum of Art chronicles the history of street photography.


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