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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 24-March 1, 2000

Cover: Dash For Cash
Metro looks at the candidates in terms of cash: who's paying to put whom in office, and why.


News: Indecent Propositions
A quick rundown on those confusing, confounding propositions. Plus: Metro's Recommendations; Sites for the Cybervoter; and Measure O.

Order in the Court: A judge is one public official you may actually meet.

Editor's License: The Cement of a City.


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Fancy Funk Work: Takako Minekawa turns melancholic on 'Fun 9.'

No Time To Smell The Roses: Leonid Grin and the San Jose Symphony raced through Beethoven's 'Pastoral.'

Bridging Cultures: Teatro Campesino's Pochopallooza is a Latin explosion beyond the mainstream.

Aural Fixation: Papa Roach is ready for the big leagues.

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Film Frenzy: Our Cinequest coverage continues with Alec Baldwin, Dario Argento and a look at this week's best bets and take-a-chance picks for the film festival.

Publish or Perish: Michael Douglas acts his age as a blocked writer in Curtis Hanson's 'Wonder Boys.'

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It's Job Season! Deluge forces tough choices.

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Sea Plus: ABC Chinese restaurant in Milpitas gets high marks from Joe Izzo.

A La Carte: The new owner of Fratello's lives his own version of the American dream.


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