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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 27-May 3, 2000

Cover: Love Too Fast
Corvettes, racetracks and a mansion in the hills marked the rags-to-riches rise of the autocross power couple. A young lover, and angry wife and a loaded pistol cost Larry Parks his life. Now his killer wants her freedom back.


News: Bustbusters
Investigators search for nearly $300,000 that disappeared behind former sheriff candidate Armand Tiano's 'charity' fundraising.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: German doctor eludes past, speaker tells LG Rotarians.
  • Sunnyvale: County buys land for wetlands renewal.
  • Cupertino: City says 'smile' to stoplight runners.

Blind Faith: Blind judo athlete Marlon Lopez sets his sights on a world-class gold medal.

Public Eye: Los Gatos mayor snubs Monte Sereno mayor. Ranchers look at doing their own greenline initiative. The juice on Odwalla.


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Trickster's Treat: Real Astrologer Rob Brezsny reveals the secrets of macho feminism in his new novel, 'The Televisionary Oracle.'

Work: How to put on the marketers.

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Grin and Bear It: Still-raunchy Poison returns with long-awaited 'Crack a Smile' album.

Getting Over the Edge: Venerable Palo Alto club gets set for big changes.

Beck and Call: Mexico's Café Tacuba shares Midnight Vultures 2000 tour with Beck.

Aural Fixation: San Jose's Cactus Club hosted Stikmon benefit and more over busy weekend.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by No Doubt and Luxt.

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Wilting Drama: Anglo-Irish aristos face 'The Last September' with stiff upper lips.

There's Something About Puri: Om Puri gives some weight to the frothy yet grotty British import 'East Is East.'

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Geek Empire: Empire Grill & Tap Room has mastered all things grilled, roasted or smoked.

A La Carte: Willow Glen shows it cares with a gala charity event at the Garden Theater.


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