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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 23-29, 1998

Cover: Asian Edge
Young Asians in Silicon Valley are experiencing an identity catharsis, writes Ami Chen Mills, at nightclubs from San Jose to Palo Alto and beyond.


News: River Why
While three public agencies dicker over whose job it is to cleanup the soggy cushions, shopping carts and plastic sheeting along the Guadalupe River, the park sits trashed.

Means to an Unz: Fernando Vega, the 73-year-old honorary chairman of the campaign to end bilingual education, has his own version of history.

Public Eye: Tape-gate may put sheriff on the record.

Sudden Death: An eighth-grade national speed-chess champ checkmates a fully grown neophyte.


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Inside Diane Clovier: More than the cat's in heat in Post Coitum.

'T.R.A.N.S.I.T.' Glorious: Piet Kroon's 12-minute masterpiece highlights Spike & Mike's Classic Festival of Animation.

Math Error: Two Girls & a Guy doesn't add up.

Dragon Renewed: Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon celebrates its 25th.

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One Man's Band: Stone Temple Pilot Scott Weiland's solo debut beats the odds.

True to the Blues: Charles Brown stays his musical course.

Storming Quietly: Marion Meadows makes the most of his pop-jazz groove on Pleasure.

Walking the Blues: Joe Louis Walker lets his guitar do the talking for him at Mr. E's show.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by The Project, Warner Brothers and various artists.

Beat Street: A gaggle of local CD reviews.

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Banana Republic: With masks firmly in place, the Guerrilla Girls West hope to alert the world to the lack of women artists in local museums.

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Waiting on Hamlet: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern try to figure out their place in the Bard's grand Scheme.

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Yes Siree, Kebab: After nearly a quarter-century, the Armenian Gourmet continues to accurately skewer all manner of meats and marry them to an array of savory side dishes.


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