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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 19-25, 1998

Cover: Valley of Rat's Delight
Silicon Valley has a creepy little problem, from its treetops to its sewers. And where does the rat race end?

News: Two Billion Too Many
Paul Ehrlich continues to fight the less-than-fashionable battle against overpopulation.

Public Eye: City attorney leads way for scofflaw lawyer's road to recovery.

Two-Bit Logic: Condom machines for teens go begging for homes in 'conservative' market.


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Gloom With a View: Rage boils over in Gary Oldman's Nil by Mouth.

Almodóvar Lite: Live Flesh delivers pastel-toned pathos.

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Seeing Eye to Third Eye: Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind has a bone to pick with everyone.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Lisa Loeb, Bunkbed, Shower With Goats and Sensational.

Beat Street: Film scores are just a side project for Tito Larriva.

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Making It Plain: Spike Lee bores in on a 1963 racial tragedy in 4 Little Girls.

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Lowered Expectations: A new film version of Great Expectations does Dickens a disservice; luckily, a new novel rights the movie's wrongs.

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Secular Sensations: SJ Cleveland's Carmina Burana is a Messiah for hedonists.

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Wet Noodles: Mountain View is tops in ramen, the perfect meal for a cold winter day.


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