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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 24-30, 2001

Cover Story: Terrorism 101
Post-Columbine high school administrators are on the lookout for the next teen psycho. But are they taking things too far? How one local prankster paid a high price.


News: Compassion Play
The Dalai Lama of Tibet swung through town to honor three local, stunned heroes.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: UC-Santa Cruz may lease old Blackford High School site.
  • Cupertino: Joint Venture adapts with the times.
  • Willow Glen: WG's Carlos Perez is swimming (and painting) with the sharks.

Worryless Wedding: Insurance for detail-obsessed brides and grooms.

Public Eye: Fire-breathing Diquisto passes torch to wimp. McEnery backtracks on running. Taxing times in Los Altos.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Sarah Winchester--Ghost Buster.

Work: Hackers, R.I.P.

[Music]
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R.E.M. Awake: With its new album, 'Reveal,' R.E.M. proves why its influence has been so strong for so many years.

Rhythm & Hairdos: Anyone can sing the blues, but image-conscious record companies like their stars to look as good as they sound.

All Shook Down: Good song lyrics do not make great poetry.

Princely Gestures: The San Francisco Symphony revived a version of Benjamin Britten's rarely heard 'Prince of the Pagodas.'

Sugar and Soul: Singer Gwen Avery learned her style in the unlikely blues hotbed of Pennsylvania.

Aural Fixation: Local bands contribute to the new avant-rock compilation.

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Aftershocks: Documentary about destruction in El Salvador focuses on recovery.

Cate's Game: An orphan and a gold digger romance a Gypsy and an opera singer.

Parallel Universe: 'Cabin in the Sky' and 'Stormy Weather' offer a rare glimpse of African American performers.

Limited Spree: The sex and violence don't explain much in French 'Baise-moi.'

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Cowboy Cuisine: Gilroy's Harvest Time keeps it simple, fresh and homegrown whenever possible.


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