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For the Week of
May 8-14

Linus Inside
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish prodigy who tweaked Microsoft by creating Linux, has come to Silicon Valley to take his first job. And he has no regrets about giving it all away.


News: Up in Arms
The televised L.A. bank robbery shootout has fueled a weapons buying spree for local cops.

Good Grief: The death and dying industry gets mystical.

Child-Battering Teacher Asks for New Trial: Retrial could bring up old charges.

Public Eye: What's the frequency, Tom?

Polis Report: Kids shooting kids unintentionally.


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King of the Road: Bill Paxton stars in low-key drama Traveller. Plus, Paxton talks about movies big and small, and the battle of the Bills, Paxton vs. Pullman.

A Date With Stalin: Children of the Revolution finds the fun in socialist dreams.

Half-Baked Chef in Love: Episodic culinary adventure needed more time in the script oven.

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Blast From the Near Past: The return of the Breeders recalls an era of modesty and commitment in rock.

Rushing Forever: Alex Lifeson on air guitar, longevity and the grand old game.

Twin Groove: San Francisco's Braxton Brothers step out at Club Ibex.

Vintage Tenor: Fred Anderson keeps the avant-garde alive.

Beat Street: San Jose State University Associated Students Board of Directors vote out Program Board.

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Women Behaving Smartly: Monday is female-empowerment night with Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Daria.

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New Flavors: With The Mistress of Spices launches the career of Sunnyvale novelist Chitra Divakaruni--a conversation with fellow writer Morton Marcus.

A Few More Howls: Metro's tribute to the late, great Allen Ginsberg.

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Stick Shift: Though Shamshiri bills itself as a kabob house, there's much more here than just skewered meats.


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