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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 20-26, 1999

Cover: Godster Rap
Gospel churches have hope for hip-hop, even if some folks aren't jumping for joy.


News: Power to the People
Santa Clara's energy utility braces for grid wars.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Grad takes Wienermobile for a year-long spin around U.S.
  • Saratoga: Hakone Foundation surprises Council at meeting over rental of cottage.
  • Sunnyvale: Preserving the valley's rich agricultural traditions.

Public Eye: High-tech versus labor over charter schools.

Dogs on Drugs: A pooch doesn't have to be hounded by depression anymore.


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Teenage Wipeout: Atari Teenage Riot wants to be a 21st-century band for 60 Seconds.

Aural Fixation: RetroMotive stops at the Usual on the way to Eat'M fest.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Good Riddance and Meco.

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Summer Movie Preview: Richard von Busack picks the season's 12 best bets.

Web of the Phantom: A complete guide to our online coverage of 'The Phantom Menace.'

Mummy's the Word: David Templetom goes to the source--the Rosicrucian Museum in San Jose--for some straight talk about 'The Mummy.'

Long-Eared Galoot: Kevin Kline is the best part of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.'

Father's Day: Too much nuance flattens Davit Mamet's 'The Winslow Boy.'

Skin Deep: 'Skin and Bone' hustles its way to bathos.

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Menu at Work: Outstanding fare at Fanny and Alexander's makes it a keeper for Palo Alto's restaurant row.


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