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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 25-31, 2000

Cover: Nyet Games
Mark Ames, raised in the suburbs of the valley, goes to Moscow and prints all the news that causes fits.


News: Patch Work
Santa Clara County uses controversial new drug test, even though the jury is still out on its accuracy.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: WG High's 'New American' students go to Washington.
  • Sunnyvale: Congolese pastor ecounters the extremes of wealth and poverty on his journey of faith.
  • Saratoga: St. Andrew's music sub arrested for lewd act.

Senseless Census: One citizen decides to get nosy right back with Uncle Sam.

Public Eye: Publisher sues Viet Merc for copyright infringement. The dish on Milpitas Trish. Anti-Zionism at SCU.


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Work: Decode these books.

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Britney Rules the Airwaves: There's nowhere to run, nowhere to hide--Britney Spears targets teens with sugar pop and defuses adults with ironic posing.

'Psyche' Hotline: The San Jose Chamber Orchestra shows off composer Michael Ching's new 'Psyche and Eros.'

Aural Fixation: Confident stitch assaulted the Cactus with heavy sounds last Friday.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Joe Buck and The Irish Rovers, and the 'Road Trip' soundtrack.

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Great Dane in the Morning: Michael Almereyda's new version of 'Hamlet' stands up to its predecessors.

West is East: Jackie Chan kicks a hole in the old West in sweet 'Shanghai Noon.'

Tom in Love: John Woo's 'M:I-2' is producer/star Tom Cruise's chance to preen.

Platitude-asaurus: The Jurassic hero of 'Dinosaur' jumps on the Barney blandwagon.

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Spirit World: Folk tales bridge the real and spirit worlds in Teatro Visión's 'When El Cucui Walks.'

The Phantom Menace: The other 'Phantom' comes out of Andrew Lloyd Webber's shadow for a soulful and spirited musical drama.

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Fruity Fare: The cozy Green Papaya brings Indochine elegance to Los Gatos' old Double Rainbow.

A La Carte: The Olsons (of cherry fame) mark a fruitful century-plus.


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