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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 1-7, 2001

Cover Story: Zen-aphobia
An odyssey through the world of acupuncture and hot rock healing leaves an oil-smeared former New Age virgin unconverted.


News: Married To a Mob
How outspoken SJSU political science professor Cobie Harris tried to get the university to cover expenses related to his trigamist lifestyle.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Area residents unhappy with CUSD's Portal Park proposal.
  • Los Gatos: Accused child molester may have preyed on his own family.
  • Sunnyvale: New Visions Project seeks to silence homophobia in area churches.

Razor's Edge: It's not just for MTV--Bay Area risk takers are pushing America's scooter obsession toward a more extreme edge.

Public Eye: Gonzo's worrisome polling numbers. Estruth thinks about running for SJ mayor. Billy Bob flakes out.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Hors D'Oeuvres A La Vahl.

Work: All Your Base Are Belong To Us.

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Adding Up: Saratoga's Scott McCaughey pulls the strings for Young Fresh Fellows, Minus 5 and a few other groups.

All Shook Down: Eminem plays at shock effects with a corporate mindset.

Aural Fixation: Insolence left fans hungry for more.

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He's Got to Have It: Cinequest honoree Spike Lee stills knows how to agitate audiences.

Limited Partnership: The Ullmann-helmed, Bergman-penned 'Faithless' offers more scenes from a marriage.

El Stereotypico: Overblown and sugared, 'The Mexican' squanders its cast.

Bad Gamble: '3,000 Miles to Graceland' offers a weak impersonation of a Vegas heist movie.

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Fate and Phaedra: Philip Glass' score adds powerful drama to Ballet's 'Phaedra.'

Sticking Together: No one's too old for a little larceny in Tabia's 'Steal Away.'

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So Sushi Me: Sushi stronghold Yuki Sushi still packs 'em in, but it's worth the wait.

A La Carte: Destination dining in Morgan Hill.


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