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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 6-12, 2000

Cover: Queerly Beloved
In the fallout of Proposition 22, the so-called 'defense of marriage act' supported by the Mormon church, an ex-Mormon daughter struggles with faith and family.


News: Land Ho's
A 17-acre plot of open space used for agricultural research by the University of California is being turned back over to the state for cash and what some say is certain development.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: City approves SEA contract.
  • Cupertino: Andronico's plan draws public criticism.

Giant Headache: It's not just about the people going to the games, OK?

Gotta Love It: Pac Bell Park makes new fans the old-fashioned way.

Public Eye: Guv plays Transit Claus. Politics of parking tickets. Environmentalists oppose Cisco project in Coyote Valley.


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Parsing 'Pie': A close look at Madonna's version of 'American Pie' reveals the day her music died.

Ode to Beethoven: SJ Symphony's Beethoven concert stuck to the tried and true.

Aural Fixation: Paramount kicked off its concert season with sun-kissed Sugar Ray show.

Audiofile: Reviews of the 'American Psycho' soundtrack and the new CD by Catatonia.

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Bombs Away: Kevin Pollak makes an unlikely leader in the less-than explosive 'Deterrence.'

Hit Woman: Ayesha Dharkar commands the screen as a fervent assassin in Santosh Sivan's 'The Terrorist.'

True Vision: Writer/director Majid Majidi's 'The Color of Paradise' offers a hauntingly beautiful fable.

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Work: Women like me exist.

[Dining]
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Lion's Dine: The valley's venerable power spot, Lion & Compass, reinvents itself with some of the best East-meets-West cuisine on the planet.

Bargain Bites: Mountain View's China Cafe delivers--both figuratively and literally.


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