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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 16-22, 1998

Cover: Snoopy Satellites
Cold War satellite technology has gone into the private sector, opening the door for private citizens to spy on the earth. And that means your backyard barbecue, too.


News:
And the Beetle Goes On ...

A veedub-lover takes the new Beetle on the road to compare what's under the hood with what's behind the hype.

Public Eye: Redevelopment czar's little red book.

Like a Rock: The latest trend in team-building is climbing a giant, portable mountain.


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Something Rotterdam: Oscar-winning Dutch director Mike van Diem talks about Character, his brooding new film about 1920s Rotterdam.

All Snap, No Plot: The Spanish Prisoner lies flat on David Mamet's pages.

Don's Slow Burn: Christopher Walken dominates prep boys in Suicide Kings.

Studio With a View: The Warner Bros. logo shielded 75 years of film.

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A Local Dream Team: Two San Jose exiles start Drill Team and score a hit.

A Tribute Fit for a King: Hip-hop generation honors Martin Luther King Jr. on Living the Dream album.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by David Kersh, Killah Priest and Fastball.

Beat Street: Schallenberger students get jiggy wid' it.

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Crossing Borders: A former trattoria changes nationalities, getting a new name--Jou Jou--and a menu with a French twist.


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