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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 27-April 2

Cover: Are You a Dork?
Find out, in the privacy of your own home, if you belong to that ascendant class that's taking Hollywood and the Internet by storm.


News: Hey Taxi!
For a wannabe world-class city, San Jose's cab service falls somewhere between non-existent and suburban. The cabbies say the cops are driving them crazy.

Hooker, Line and Sinker: Wendy Chapkis--feminist and author of "Live Sex Acts"--offers up a controversial and thought-provoking take on sex professionals' working conditions and decriminalizing the sex industry.

Public Eye: Los Altos Lou.

Polis Report: Playing monopoly with Pac Bell.


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No, No, Nabokov: In print and onscreen, Lolita continues to rile up audiences.

Still the Greatest: When We Were Kings revives memories of Muhammad Ali.

She Shall Survive: Jennifer Lopez dreams of crossover success in the worshipful bio-pic Selena.

Fever Pitch: A cool assassin heats up Hong Kong crime orgy in Beyond Hypothermia.

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Betting on the Future: Six bands from the South by Southwest conference look like genuine comers.

For All to Hear: San Jose singer Jonathan Gilmore stakes his pop claim.

A Musical Community: Anthony Brown's Family remembers in music the Japanese-American internment.

Action Packed: Ronnie Dawson's got the old-time rockabilly beat.

Comet in Concert: New Century Chamber Orchestra streaks as brightly as Hale-Bopp.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by J Church, Sean Deason, Stan Getz and various artists.

Beat Street: New music magazine heats up the street.

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Into the Woods: Harding, Ford and Edison take off for the wilderness in TheaterWorks' Camping With Henry and Tom.

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Savvy Tivoli: The Sheraton Hotel's restaurant offers more than just an oasis for business travelers.

Bargain Bites: Pocket change provides a plethora of dishes at Sneha.


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