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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 21-27, 1998

Cover: Extreme Dream
Going one-on-one with the dirt on a mountain board--the latest joyride of the extreme generation.


News: Queen Be
Dark horse mayoral contender Kathy Napoli is back again and still getting under the skin of the candidates and the powers that be.

Scars Are Optional: The Internet launches a kinder, gentler and downright chatty S&M tradition.

Public Eye: Scientology wins in court but Internet prevails.

Editor's License: Ron Gonzales for Mayor.


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The Fine Art of Turning Inside Out
concerts, theater and our best picks for relaxing daytrips. There's also day-by-day calendar of summer events that you'll want to keep handy for the long and luxurious days ahead.

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Clout Formations: As the summer's big blockbusters stack up over the nation's theaters, a few small gems fly under the hype radar--Richard von Busack surveys the season's film fodder.

Jaglom's Brooch of Trust: Destiny unites two New Age boors in Henry Jaglom's shriveled Déjà Vu.

Liberal Rap: Beatty disses pols in Bulworth.

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Don't Call It Techno: God Lives Underwater explores Life in the So-Called Space Age on new album--review by Nicky Baxter.

Guy-Wire Act: Buddy Guy headlines Santa Cruz Blues Festival.

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Turning Words into Images: Printmakers turn to verse in 'PRINTed poem' exhibit at WORKS.

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Dealing With the Devil in Mozart: Beautiful music outpaces stodgy, white-elephant plot in Opera San José's production of The Magic Flute.

By the Numbers: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers sparkles with rustic charm.


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