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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 12-18, 1998

Cover: Trouble on Tap
A pair of new studies suggest a link between drinking five or more glasses of tap water a day and miscarriage and researchers think there's something unusual going on in Santa Clara County.

News: Deeper and Darker
Police are busting prostitutes in Sunnyvale, Cupertino and Mountain View, staging sting operations on tanning salons advertised on the Internet.

Public Eye: The latest on police chief's future.

Airport '98: Hijacking exercise taken to new heights.


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Of Movies and Men: Filmmaker John Sayles receives Steinbeck award in San Jose.

Fat's Chance: Chow Yun-Fat gleams in The Replacement Killers.

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Charmed, I'm Sure: Texas Indie rockers Cordial are charming on debut album.

Righteous Bore : Ani DiFranco's new album is a yawn.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Megadeth, The Decibels, Nancy Wenstrom and Tom, Dick and Harry.

Beat Street: Jurassic 5 and Crack reign supreme.

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The Guise of Artiness: The Art Guys make Common Nonsense of high-browism.

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Curry Up: Banjara offers bargain subcontinental flights of fancy, South Indian style.

Spam Cram: Everything you wanted to know about the meat that dare not explain its acronym.


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