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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 5-11, 1998

Cover: Get the 'Nack
In honor of Metro's 13th birthday, we present the Silicon Valley Almanack, our annual bounty of insider tips on everything from the homestead to the heart and from the car to the soul. A guide for busy readers who want to not only survive, but thrive in Silicon Valley.

Citizens Guide
Entertainment
Get Organized
Transportation
Family Life
Money Matters
Body and Soul
Hearth and Home
For Night Owls


News: Man in the Moon
Alan Binder's Lunar Prospector found evidence of frozen water on the moon--with a nod from NASA, but very little help.

Wasting the Waif: Recovered anorexic takes her lesson to the streets.

Public Eye: Cops politick for Dando.


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More Than Just Jackie Chan: The 16th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival--Todd S. Inoue picks the best bets.

Love Kurts in Kurt & Courtney: Nick Broomfield's seedy documentary 'Kurt and Courtney' makes charges it can't back up.

Sign of the Woolf: Mrs. Dalloway adaptation evokes muted admiration.

Savannah Cookie: Kenneth Branagh meets danger in this week's John Grisham adaptation, The Gingerbread Man.

Defective Story: The Coen brothers bowl a strike in The Big Lebowski.

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Heavy Metal: Steel Pulse's beat still runs strong at the Edge, preview by Nicky Baxter.

Sin & Salvation: Country & western music gets dragged through unfamiliar territory by 16 Horsepower.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Six Feet Under and Chocolate Weasel.

Beat Street: San Jose shut out of NorCal BAMMIE awards.

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Balanced Act: Afghani cuisine negotiates a compromise between Persian and Indian flavors.

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Abe in the Woods: The man from Illinois splits heads as well as rails in a new comic book.

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New Opera Takes the Cure: UCSC collaborators' Opium: Diary of a Cure proves addictive musical theater.


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