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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 6-12, 1999

Cover: Vietnam Ink
The publishers of local Vietnamese newspapers fear the Mercury News is trying to knock them off the block.


News: Writing on the Wall
How Ron Richardson's mission to end graffiti in his College Park neighborhood turned into a tale of terror.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Russian Deli wins approval to expand its operation.
  • Cupertino: Sick teddy bears find a place to go.
  • Private: A chance to parlay the national hobby into a charity drive.

Public Eye: Jerry Springer is loved amd loathed in the jails.

Just Say Neighbor: Mr. Rogers wins Children's Discovery Museum award and brings a beautiful day to San Jose.


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Back in the Folds: Ben Folds Five evokes a soul-free era.

The Son Also Rises: Metro Fountain Blues Festival headliner Son Seals blows in from the Windy City.

Aural Fixation: The Usual hosts a benefit for Brother Dread.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Ponga, Lit, Dealership and Natasha's Ghost.

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You Can Go Home Again: Sunnyvale's Tony Bui returns to Vietnam and brings back 'Three Seasons,' a deeply felt first feature about the passing tradition in his homeland.

Worth Their Salt Lake: Star Matthew Lillard and director James Merendino go off about 'SLC Punk!'

The Venom Thing: A teacher and a student compete in the cynical 'Election.'

Round of Change: Arctic lovers converge in director Julio Medem's spiral of coincidence.

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Great Basin: Saratoga's new dining spot, The Basin, is a hip cyberpub with a sophisticated flair.

[Stage]
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Family Ways: The Japanese-American experience after internment is explored in SJ Rep's 'The Sisters Matsumoto.'

[Books]
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Young Intern in Love: James Kolchalka's 'Monica's Story' gives a fresh perspective on the Lewinsky affair.


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