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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 2-8, 1998

Cover: Gray Zone
New development threatens whales' mating grounds.


News: Crack Attack
Santa Clara resident Guanetta Haynes is working to solve the brutal murder of her sister, Deloris Thompson, whose killer continues to elude police.

The Big Scoop: Mom and former teacher finds lucrative business opportunity in unlikely place.

David 1, Goliath 0: Once in a while the little guy wins, even when he goes up against one of the world's most powerful churches.

Public Eye: Sheriff candidates sing, threaten, and cry.


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The Primal Purge: In a ratings panic, TV producers turn to demographic study groups in hopes of finding new characters to juice up old shows.

Going With the Flow: The artworks of Watersheds, Waterwebs raise questions about our relationship to liquid life.

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Get Lost: The space family Robinson is still cheesy after all these years.

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Horchata's Blend: The SJ jazz improv group whips up an eclectic musical brew.

Paying to Protest: Bruce Cockburn rails at the world's ills.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Air, Nicotine and Chris Cummings.

Beat Street: Local bands line up for the South First Musical Experience.

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Retire to the Road: A Cupertino man and his friends bike across America in We Passed This Way.

Shock Rock: Marilyn Manson tells his life story in The Long Hard Road Out of Hell.

Comic-Book Theology: Unearthing famed Christian artist Jack T. Chick.

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Sin Eaters: In fat-phobic America, we waste too much time and energy on the moral contents of our dinner plates and not enough on the contents of our characters.

Friendly Pho: A great dish of Vietnamese noodles says, 'Hey, heaven can wait.'


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