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newspaper cover For the Week of
February 26-March 4, 1998

Cover: Southern Comforting
Shirley Ann Grau's stories of blacks and whites, a profile by J. Douglas Allen-Taylor.

Paradise: Two dreams of community collide in Toni Morrison's latest tale.

The Boys of My Youth: Jo Ann Beard grabs the title of hero in the sort-of-true story of her own short life.

The Way the Wind Blew: A History of the Weather Underground: A new history of the Weatherman still founders in ideology.

When People Could Fly: Morton Marcus' prose poems reveal a tender affection for our mortal follies.

Beyond the Horizon: TV's Walter Mercado makes a fortune reading people's fortunes.

In the Ring of Fire: A Pacific Basin Journey: Santa Cruz author Jim Houston meets the people of the Pacific Basin.


News: Green Monster
Just when you thought being a vegetarian was safe, E. coli--the dreaded bacteria of the burger world--has been turning up in lettuce.

Public Eye: All in the Family.

Lawyers' Club: OK, it's not the ski club, but how many teenagers can successfully present the O.J. defense?


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Are TV Ads Croaking?: A creative and commercial malaise has turned TV ad campaigns into exercises in self-mockery.

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Cold Comfort Future: Identity and reality get shuffled in Dark City.

Icebreakers: First-time director Alan Rickman opens up a stagy story of mother-daughter feuding in The Winter Guest.

'Pool' Is All Wet: Robert Downey Sr. gets lachrymose in Hugo Pool.

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Shock the Monkey: Local ska outfit Monkey digs deep for roots.

Hip-hop Griot: Kamau Daáood rhymes about redemption.

Diverting Moments: A prankish pairing of Copland and Shostakovich enlivens the San Jose Symphony.

Beat Street: Clay Parton talks about Duster.

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Smash Mouth Diet: Christina Waters' face-off with a falling tree leaves her pureeing broccoli trees in a blender. A guide to healthy eating for the chewing-challenged.


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