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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 27-June 2, 1999

Cover: Heads Up
The rerelease of 'Stop Making Sense' gives us a chance to revisit one of the most pivotal and provocative works of late-20th-century film and music, writes Richard Von Busack.


News: Stucco Gate
The dream of home ownership falls apart in Hollister--literally.

So Long, Jack: Jack Allen's death closes the book on a period in San Jose's history.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: CCS seeks applications for low-income apartments.

Teen There, Done That: Campbell's Chemical Free Zone, a punk rock party pad for teens, goes searching for a new home.


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He Had a Plan: Mr. T. Experience's Frank Portman lusts after love in new album, 'Show Business Is My Life.'

Kick Back and Relax: Robert Cray and mates find their comfort zone on soulful 'Take Your Shoes Off' album.

Play Time for Moby: Electronic-music star lets the spirit move him on new full-length album 'Play.'

Blues Weekend: Jimmie Vaughan and Greg Allman headline blues festival in Santa Cruz.

Aural Fixation: Songwriter Stuart Davis grinds fine at Stanford Coffee House.

Audiofile: Review of the latest CD by Boy Kicks Girl.

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Misteaks on the Menu: If we can't trust a restaurant's attention to spelling, how can we trust their attention to culinary details?

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Behind the Mask: 'Open Your Eyes' dreams about reality.

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Enchanted 'Pacific': The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic shines again at SJ Musical Theatre.

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Plain Talk: 'The Curse' digs beneath the euphemisms about menstruation.


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