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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 25-31, 1999

Cover: Deadly Secret
How a successful 41-year-old exec named Eric Keller came to Silicon Valley to make his mark and wound up beaten and stomped to death in a field in Vacaville.


News: Macy's Parade
A pair of sisters, falsely accused of shoplifting from the cosmetics counter at Macy's, say they were targeted because they are Mexican-American.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Saratoga: New ordinance regulates adult businesses.
  • Willow Glen: BID welchers slide, despite amnesty plan.
  • Los Gatos: Group and county cut a deal on spraying mountain roads.

Public Eye: The campaign to defeat the initiative blocking the expansion of San Jose Airport takes flight.

Puppy Love: Someone has to give service dogs their start.


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Cupertino Crüe: Headbanging Mötley Crüe keeps the metal lifestyle alive at the Flint Center--of all places.

Boogaloo Bop: Pucho Brown and His Latin Soul Brothers keep the groove deep on the album Yaina.

At Schnalle's 'Place': Local drummer takes his own steps on new DIY album, That Place.

Electronic Lullabies: Halou's music caresses the knots of the soul.

Aural Fixation: The Chums turn up the buzz at Bennigan's.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by The Controls, April March and various artists.

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Making Whoopi: A dose of wisecracks helps the self-glorifying medicine go down at this year's Oscars.

Tastes Great, Less Filling: The new cannibalism movie Ravenous doesn't have as much meat on its artistic bones as such classics as Night of the Living Dead and Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

Black Forest Hams: A little-known German group performs its hits in The Harmonists.

Celluloid Heroes: IMAGEfest honors local directors.

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Do You Fondue?: Whimsical medieval decor and a unique menu of hands-on cuisine make Saratoga's La Fondue a place to indulge fantasies.

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Look for the 'Reunion' Label: John Bisceglie brings back his over-the-top revue Rock 'n' Roll Reunion.


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