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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 10-16

Cover: Chow Town
How San Jose politicians eat, drink and be merry at the public's expense.


News: Sharecropping of the '90s
Selling shares to urbanites who have an appetite for fresh, organic produce Community Supported Agriculture takes root in Silicon Valley.

Flash Forward: Gary Ruble and friends developed the Power Flick photo 25 years ago--today it's still the 'killer watt' king of camera work.

Public Eye: No mea culpa.

Polis Report: Hotel-room.com?


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A Few More Howls: Eric Johnson writes about what Allen Ginsberg meant to the nation over the past five decades. Also reprint of past articles and current appreciations by the Metro's editor, a writer and the publisher, plus web links from Metro and others on Ginsberg and the Beats.

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Metal Malaise: If Aerosmith has outlived its 'Nine Lives,' is metal music finally kaput?

It's a New Jazz Thing: Nicky Baxter reviews The October Revolution, an avant-garde jazz album that brings together some of the veterans of the "New Thing" movement.

Faith, Rock and Charity: South First Music Experience showcases local music downtown.

A Muted Brahms: Art and life intersect at San Jose Symphony.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Diatribe and Mission Infinite 108.

Beat Street: Shonen Knife interfaces with Beat Street from a computer in Osaka, Japan.

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Poor's Rich Photos: A San Francisco artist carves organic images with light in her exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art.

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Templar Exemplar: Witty Saint bucks the brainless trend in action films.

Disaster Down Under: Australia's Love and Other Catastrophes mimics TV's Friends to a fault.

Talking Pictures: Author and culture-watcher Himilce Novas looks at the reverential new bio-pic Selena.

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Pasta Alfresco: Bella Saratoga embraces the great outdoors.

Vegging Out: Bistro Parisien cooks up a meatless spring feast.


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