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For the Week of
May 15-21

Cover: Apocalypse Now
As the millennium approaches at warp speed, some environmental scientists say computer clocks will be the least of our troubles.


News: Twisted Triangle
A 30-year-old wife and mother sits in county jail on $1.2 million bail, charged with sexually molesting a 14-year-old boy who some say forced her into it.

Citizen Cane: Charlie Scurlock and Sandpiper Labs are in the business of making comfortable crutches for kids who need them--and it's not about the money.

Public Eye: The Mercury News gets cautious.

Polis Report: Are California's schools are unsafe?


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Kill Ugly Foreigners!: Soccer Mom evil and The Fifth Element.

Genderized: Doctrinaire feminist drama, Female Perversions, fingers garter belts as symbols of oppression.

Gay Rectitude: The movie version of Love! Valour! Compassion! proves that gay men can be just as mainstream as straights.

Lash Man Standing: Fetishes documents the wilder side of desire.

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Birthday Notes: San Jose Symphony salutes Aptos composer Lou Harrison.

Turn of the Skew: Orange County's eccentric Bazooka tampers with jazz expectations.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Aroma, Spider Babies, Artifacts and Pneuma.

Beat Street: Waves returns with a flourish of grill smoke.

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Classical Gasp: TV's 'The Odyssey' revives interest in classical myths but doesn't trust its source material.

Icons of Reality: The d.p. Fong Galleries showcase Lucy Gaylord's ponderous rapture and Kenneth Hepburn's gravity games.

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Bordering on Disaster: In Endangered Mexico, author Joel Simon says the United States cannot afford to turn its back on the ecological crises that threaten to overwhelm Mexico.

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

[Dining]
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Pasta, Present and Future: Osteria has long been a shining culinary beacon on Palo Alto's restaurant row, and the future continues to look bright.

Vegging Out: Indian food that's cheap, fast and filling at Bhavika's Food to Go.


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