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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 5-11, 2001

Cover Story: Snitchin' Post
How far would a nice girl like Gretchen Seremitar go to get her drug con lover out of jail? Farther than the feds thought.


News: Sacramento Dreamin'
The capital city of the Golden State wants to reinvent itself as a high-tech mecca.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Students told to wait until they're married to have sex.
  • Los Gatos: Students stage Day of Silence to promote talking about homophobia.
  • Willow Glen: Program to work with community on energy efficiency.

Pink-Slipped: One night under the stars with the unemployed.

Public Eye: Head-freezer to clone Jesus. Accused killer's wife tries to send hubby a sign. Prosecutors add dirt to Tiano's pile.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Searching for logic in a hammer whack attack.

Work: Kill Your Internet.

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Communal Intoxication: The San Jose Symphony and its audiences succumbed to the marvelous flimflam of Berlioz' 'Symphonie fantastique.'

All Shook Down: Nick Cave bears complex fruit from the Bad Seeds.

Aural Fixation: Should consumers allow the music industry to dictate taste?

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Backward Runs Mystery: A man with no memory hunts his past for a killer in the puzzling 'Memento.'

Citizen Cocaine: 'Blow' turns a drug runner into a GoodFella.

Moon Men: 'The Dish' is a captivating comedy about the first moon walk.

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Mothering Mystery: A daughter searches for the truth about her mother in Amy Tan's new novel.

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Keys to the Past: The weight of injustice burdens the Charles family in 'The Piano Lesson.'

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Buca Love: Campbell hole-in-the-wall honors fine dining traditions of Italy.


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