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For the Week of
April 10-16, 2003

Cover Story: You Can't Come to School
The 1950s are over, so why are pregnant high school girls still facing segregation in public education?


News:Without Warning
A rare but debilitating and potentially deadly allergic reaction to some drugs, including Children's Motrin, may be on the rise. But you won't read about it on drug labels.

Public Eye: Let Them Eat Cake.

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Salon Keeper: The rumors of Salon's demise are greatly exaggerated, according to founder and editor in chief David Talbot.

Biter: Supernatural power brokers in San Jose? Biter bites.

Techsploits: On Record.

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Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley: The troupe announces its new season.

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Wisdom of Solomon: Saratoga filmmaker Ed Solomon moved from lightweight 'Bill & Ted' films to heavyweight debut, 'Levity.'

Nothing's Shocking: In 'Better Luck Tomorrow,' Asian American teens cheat, steal and even commit murder, just to get into a good college. Shocking and immoral? Yes. Necessary? Hell, yes.

Creeps: 'Anger Management' doesn't get started until Adam Sandler hits someone.

Snakeskin: 'Stevie' follows a man going down the drain.

Stealer's Wheel: Nick Nolte plays a rogue's rogue in 'The Good Thief.'

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Come Together: San Jose rock fusion band Divided learns to live with its differences.

Aural Fixation: (hed) Planet Earth hit San Francisco with 'Blackout.'

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Plague Journal: Marilyn Chase's 'Barbary Plague' chronicles a health scare with modern echoes.

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Straits and Narrow: The latest destination restaurant at Santana Row tries to find a balance between spicy and sweet.

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Crime Seen: Pear Avenue's 'Show and Tell' investigates a ghastly crime.


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