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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 18-24, 1999

Cover: Cyber Cinema
Digital technology is changing the way filmmakers like San Jose's Pete Anderson turn their dreams into movies. Plus, a guide to this year's Cinequest film festival.


News: Grave Confessions
Women seeking counseling after an abortion have few choices. But pro-life Christian groups offer it for free with an agenda that one critic calls 'diabolical.'

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Homeless advocates push public showers.
  • Saratoga: Sheriffs arrest suspects in string of burglaries.
  • Cupertino: Electric vehicles popular with city employees.

Public Eye: The rumors are flying in the Sunnyvale City Council.

Juvenile Directors: Digital filmmaking class gives kids a peek behind the media curtain.


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There's a Riot Grrrl Goin' On: Sleater-Kinney rages about love and music on The Hot Rock.

Black and Blue: Nicky Baxter reviews Blue Collar, Black Future, the new album by New York hard-core band Dripping Goss.

Special F/X Night: SoFA club reunion was a Valentine's Day treat for downtowners with long memories.

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Nick at Dark Night: Nick Nolte's wounded son bears the Affliction only a father can administer.

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Non-Trendy Trattoria: Family pride makes the difference at Palo Alto's amazing Cafe Riace.


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