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newspaper cover For the Week of
April 30-May 6, 1998

Cover: Calm of the Wild
The prescribing of anti-depressants for girls and Ritalin for attention deficit disorderly boys is at an all-time high. Can we medicate growing pains out of existence? Should we even try?


News: Cops and Conduct
When local cops are accused of misconduct--or even disciplined for it--a legally sanctioned shroud of secrecy covers it and the public rarely gets to know.

Public Eye: Santa Clara's Jim Arno pleads for mercy.

Get the Money, Honey: Dollar diva advises women how to maximize their greenbacks--with or without a man.


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Pig Boy: Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy loves the world it burns.

Boxer's Rebellion: TwentyFourSeven fight film doesn't have a fighting chance.

Georgie Girl: Swinging London gets a dose of sugar in Shooting Fish.

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Sampling Their Wares: Today's young sonic collage artists don't need a band to hit the charts--a DAT, a shelf full of LPs and a zip drive are tools enough.

Beat Battlers: Weapon of Choice gets groove crazy on Nutmeg Phantasy.

Enemy Mine: Twins' melancholy vision of sisterhood.

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Heaven Sent: Saratoga's stellar Sent Sovi continues to highlight the innovative touch of David Kinch--a reputation deliciously intact.

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Bard's Pair as Dublin Duo: TheatreWorks updates Romeo and Juliet to strife-torn Ireland.


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