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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 14-20, 1998

Cover: That's Patricia
to You, Pal

On the campaign trail with mayoral contender Pat Dando, who talks about her past, her politics and whose heads will roll if she's elected.


News: Expecting Troubles
Pregnant teens are more apt to suffer from abusive boyfriends and low self-esteem. Now researchers have discovered another issue: babies with health problems.

Public Eye: KTEH exec Danny McGuire feels neglected.

Buccaneer Broadcasting: Monkey Man puts Pirate Cat radio on the airwaves from the privacy of his bedroom.

Editor's License: The Grill on the Alley opens in the Fairmont while the Montgomery Hotel faces demolition.


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Nostalgia Notes: A new show pays homage to Schoolhouse Rock!.

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Women Watchers: The male animal poses in Female Gaze.

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Iranian Ironist: Abbas Kiarostami's Taste of Cherry is one step ahead of the critical game.

Oslo Discord: Junk Mail delivers squalid fun.

Painterly Lust: More romance than technique in Artemisia.

Not So Wilde: New film biography of Oscar Wilde is balanced to a fault.

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Dylan on the Mind: With the release of Time Out of Mind, Bob Dylan is back on the academic front burner, seeking recognition as part of the poetic canon.

Mock-Speed Recital: SJSU music students seek to offend with experimental noise.

In Harp's Way: Salgado blows while Robb picks.

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Say a Mouthful: Scala Mia celebrates its first anniversary with garlic kisses.

Mix-and-Match Grill: Uncle Ray visits U.S., Persia and Mexico.


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