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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 29-April 4, 2001

Cover Story: All Your Base Are Belong To Us
What is the CIA really doing at its startup on Sand Hill Road? Conspiracy theorist Jonathan Vankin goes snooping to find out.


News: Circle Dance
What do you do when you walk out the door of your official job at San Jose City Hall? You figure out how to make a lot of money holding it open for others.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Westmont and Prospect both report threats of violence.
  • Willow Glen: City begins plan to buy parcels for extension of creek trail.
  • Saratoga: Physician accused of sexual assault involving female patient in prison.

Dynamo Hummers: Latest incarnation of Persian Gulf military vehicle is a disco on wheels.

Public Eye: Columbus-smasher blames God. Merc names Miami bean counter to replace Harris.Cunneen alights on Chamber throne.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Golfland, My Xanadu.

Work: The Other Valley.

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Cuban Jam: Adalberto Alvarez blends traditional and modern sounds at the Usual.

All Shook Down: Being Chris Isaak on TV is a lot like being Chris Isaak in real life.

Aural Fixation: Santa Cruz band Sin in Space whirls with possibility.

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Sex on the Beach: Pleasing Spanish import 'Nico and Dani' follows a sexually confused summer on the Costa Brava.

All Uphill: The ponderous 'Himalaya' offers a slow ride on yak back.

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Jail Bonding: Two inmates form an unlikely friendship in 'The Kiss of the Spider Woman.'

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This Is a Show: 'This Is Not a Book' exhibition at ICA in San Jose deconstructs our ideas about the readable object.

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The Great Basin: Saratoga favorite keeps it coming with a menu of comforting and inventive delights.


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