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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 18-24, 2000

Cover: Dot Bonds
Team building and bonding rituals at dotcom companies help employees reduce excess personal time and experience the humiliation of office parties year-round.


News: Prey Tell
In the shadows of the Catholic Church, Bay Area victims recall the sexual misconduct of those they most trusted.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: City gives green thumb to farmers market at Vallco.
  • Saratoga: Park Saratoga to lose retail tenants due to high rents.
  • Sunnyvale: City dig unearths prehistoric remains.

The Mighty Prune: How an ignoble fruit captured the hearts and intestinal tracts of a grateful nation.

Public Eye: It's the same ol' Quetzalcoatl, but now he's on the Internet! Cop car stolen. Failed bid to buy card club.


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Work: Decadence and penance at the Webbys.

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P-Roach Rising: With 'Infest' CD selling furiously, Papa Roach steps up to the big leagues.

Not on Top of The Ninth: San Jose Symphony string section rushes to keep up with Bruckner.

Aural Fixation: Los Bastardos ignited the Cactus at first South by South First benefit.

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Twin Peeks: Two Shakespeares, two Coen brothers (one new, one old), a second 'Gone in 60 Seconds'--this summer's movies are joined at birth.

Animal Cels: Tragic 'Panther' highlights animated shorts in 'Spike and Mike' compilation.

In the Round: Stanford Theater festival highlights mid-'50s 3-D features.

Wierd Scientology: 'Battlefield Earth' makes the end of the world one big whimper.

Title Wave: A fine cast and quirky title can't hide lapses in 'The Big Kahuna.'

Rio Not So Grande: Nostalgia isn't what it used to be in 'Bossa Nova.'

Cookie Mobsters: Tracey Ullman puts Woody Allen in his place in 'Small Time Crooks.'

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Lifting the Veil: 'In the Fall' outpaces even Faulkner in its examination of race relations.

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Having a Ball: Fans play games, eat good food, drink wine and gab at Los Gatos' bocce clubhouse.

A La Carte: A Boston brewmeister imports his wares, while Stoddard's plans to export theirs.


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