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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 15-21, 2001

Cover Story: Sprocket to Me
Call it 'The Blair Witch Blessing'--or maybe 'Curse'--but more and more indie filmmakers are making themselves the subjects of their movies.

Cineful Delight: Our critics give readers a head start on this year's Cinequest.


News: This Buddy's for You
Former Cambrian kid Buddy Nickerson has spent the past 16 years in prison for a murder many say he didn't commit. But if getting him out is anything like getting him in, it'll be a long strange trip for law enforcement.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Former resident forced to clean up mess in the woods.
  • Saratoga: Council ups employee pay after survey reveals loss.
  • Willow Glen: Council OK's zoning for 233-unit complex at Saddle Rack.

Learn to Share: A gift that teaches kids all about the stock market--except what roof to jump off when the Dow goes south.

Public Eye: New assemblyman doesn't covet speaker job--really. Guardino gets two paychecks. Pol sees White House shooter.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Sayonara Bini's and other musings.

Work: Orgasm implants for nonclinical use.

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Beck's Back: Legendary rock guitarist Jeff Beck continues to assert his instrumental primacy.

Aural Fixation: Sexy L.A. Guns rock the Usual.

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Stalemated: Perfect for each other, Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung can never connect in 'In the Mood for Love.'

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Strange Land: Sandra Tsing Loh serves up a humorous slice of American life.

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Spiffy Spivac's: Silver Creek's new dining destination, Spivac's, racks up praise in flavors, service and decor.

A La Carte: There's wine in those foothills.


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