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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 29-May 5, 1999

Cover: Political Animal
How Mercury News political editor Phil Trounstine covered the governor's race, then went to work for Gray Davis, the man he called 'the best governor-in-waiting' California has ever had.


News: Believing in Ferries
A billion-dollar plan to ease traffic jams with commuter ferries has the Bay Area bubbling with joy, but it won't offer much help for Silicon Valley.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Council agrees to regulate designs of housing complexes.
  • Los Gatos: More chains may be on horizon as rising rents hit small shops.
  • Sunnyvale: Council works on plans for Olson's land.

Public Eye: Democrats are down to second-tier of Campbell challengers.

Hello Out There?: While SETI scientists wait for a bleep from space, the mind plays tricks.


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Dreamscapes: Tito and Tarantula conjure up some new places on Hungry Sally & Other Killer Lullabies.

Cutting Edge: Local music booker Michael Sullivan sets his sights east.

Lost in the Many Mixes: Does it really take 48 tracks to get the Olivia Tremor Control's musical point across?

Aural Fixation: Eric Fanali brings music to the masses waiting for new episode of space epic.

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Unhappy Landings: Pushing Tin flies under the radar.

Bambi Meets Godzilla Again: Spike and Mike's Classic Festival of Animation pits cruelty against cuteness.

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Going Bananas: In celebration of the banana, which turns up in everything from banana wine to banana ketchup.

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The Widow Cancan: Opera San José kicks up its heels in a lively production of The Merry Widow.

Hobo Jungle: The vanishing lives of hobos come alive in City Lights' Old Dirty Face.

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Bukowski Lives: America's gritty literary voice will never be silenced, thanks to Black Sparrow Press.


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