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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 3-9

Cover: Heavy Hitters
In the court-appointed rehab for domestic violence, men are labeled villains, women victims. But as Ami Chen Mills discovers, men are not the only ones forgetting to use their words.


News: Sugar Daddies
Some mad moms charge there's a pro-dad social agenda in Santa Clara County Family Court, and they're not going to take it lying down.

Green Party Blues: Despite strong election returns, it's still not easy being green. Can the party survive its success?

Public Eye: Air Margie.

Polis Report: Billboards on wheels.


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All Dive, No Jive: Enhanced director's cut of Das Boot runs deep, runs very long. Plus, director Wolfgang Petersen talks about the making and remaking of his submarine epic.

Generous Despair: Greg Mottola's Daytrippers sets New York bodies in motion. Plus, director Greg Mottola talks about making it big on $30,000.

The Blarney Stoned: Accent held higher than his hair, Brad Pitt gets serious in father-son thriller with Harrison Ford in The Devil's Own.

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The Science of Sound: Mad Professor and Macka B. play the Edge April 3.

Winning the Blues: Deborah Coleman's newest recording can't lose.

Heavy Metal Soul: 24-7 Spyz likes to break all the rules of funk and rock.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Sleater-Kinney, Eclipse 427 and Aroma.

Beat Street: Singer Jill Sobule returns to 'Happy Town.'

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Bound to the Earth: Artists explore our use of the land in the Land Values exhibit at De Anza College.

Swords, Sandals, Scripture: Why is Ted Turner turning the Bible into television movies?

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Risqué Business: Susie Bright addresses the sexual state of the union in her latest book.

Science of the Future: Lawrence M. Krauss talks about the physics of Star Trek in his new book and at lecture this week.

Artist Al Yutzfield, 1915­1997: A giant of the golden era of comics passes this way no more.

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Good for the Goose: From Willow Glen comes Clyde Griesbach's latest mash note to Italian cuisine, Caffe Goosetown.

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Border Speak: Carlos Fuentes lectures at SJSU on U.S.-Mexican relations.


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