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newspaper cover For the Week of
March 30-April 5, 2000

Cover: Manic Attack
Being bipolar in Silicon Valley is only a slight handicap. Some folks even think that running in highs and lows makes for genius.


News: Underneath It All
The people who buy used panties on eBay are paying for a fantasy. Some women find it less expensive than doing laundry.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Fear of drunken drivers unrealistic, Council says.
  • Cupertino: Tips from citizens lead to arrests in burglaries.

Wickin' Ceremony: The weird spell of candle parties.

Public Eye: Ex-Sunnyvale mayor demands Merc leave her alone. Contract talks stalled at Merc. BART-busting proposal.


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On the Edge: The Edge in Palo Alto to close for major renovations.

Pop Esperanto: The new collection 'Moshi Moshi' shows how intertwined the world's best pop music has become.

Old, Weird Americana: Austin's Asylum Street Spankers play the music of the 1920s.

Aural Fixation: Rock's campy superheroes vamped through a fiery farewell performance.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Disturbed and Pet Shop Boys.

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Sweet and Stunted: 'High Fidelity' doesn't capture the delicate balance of Nick Hornby's novel.

Eyes and Heart Wide Open: 'Judy Berlin' is the best film you probably won't get to see this year.

The Danish Lash: 'Mifune,' like the other Dogma 95 films, denies the fascination of cinema.

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Two for the Books: Authors Alice Walker and Ana Castillo share ideas at the Distinguished Latino Scholars Forum.

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Work: Whatever Happened to BSD?

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Whose Morals? City Lights pokes fun at media manipulation in 'The Return to Morality.'

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Worldly Class: Mountain View's Global Village Cafe brings fusion to satisfying heights, writes Joe Izzo.

A La Carte: Metro food critic Christina Waters is nominated for a James Beard Foundation Journalism award.


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