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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 20-26

Cover: Crash Testosterone
David Cronenberg's new film, 'Crash,' promises to push audiences over the edge of their seats, but not while driving.


News: Nobody Home
How many mentally ill homeless people does it take to fill a shelter? A fraction of the population that needs sheltering.

Iron Will: A young man confronts his physical disability with a 900-pound leg press at the shrine to body worship.

Public Eye: Mayor Chief.

Polis Report: In suburbia, no-one can hear you scream.


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Amateur Nights: Christopher Guest makes genial fun of stage dreams in 'Waiting for Guffman.' Plus, Richard von Busack interviews actor Fred Willard about big-time laughs in a small town.

Nina Takes a Lover: Vintage jazz and caressing images balance a very predictable script in 'Love Jones.'

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Hip-Hop Hooray: KRS-One made Palookaville safe for hip-hop, and Todd S. Inoue was there.

Even Money on Odd Numbers: Local heroes prepare for another European tour.

Back on the Map: Nicky Baxter finds the hidden history of jazz in Richmond at an all-star concert.

Nova's Fertile Vistas: Ambitious symphony program includes two major works by local composers.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Spearhead, The Simpsons and Cutty Ranks.

Beat Street: San Jose's newest club, Fuel 44, begins construction.

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When Networks Attack: What's behind the rash of real-life disaster specials: ratings hype or blood lust?

On His High Horses: External form gives way to internal essence in the paintings of Basil Blackshaw.

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Deaths in the Family: Los Gatos author casts a gentle net on one family's tragedy.

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Dat Ole Davil Sea: Dated O'Neill drama is rough sailing at SJ Rep.

Where There's a Will: What's not to like in musical adaptation of Will Rogers' life?

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Fresco Inferno: Los Altos' Bandera smokes the competition with a big, bold menu, hot off a fiery grill.


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