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newspaper cover For the Week of
May 29-June 4

Cover: Fight or Flight
What you don't know about the expansion of the San Jose International Airport could hurt you. But don't expect local elected officials to tell you about it.


News: Nuevo Money
With its Spanish-language magazine Nuevo Mundo, the Mercury News really wants to make friends with the local Hispanic community. But not the ethnic press.

Sober Experience: Indians celebrate pow wow with a 12-step beat.

Public Eye: Ad-gate.

Polis Report: It's never too early to start training worker bees.


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Sight for Saur Eyes: From 'E.T.' to T-Rex, Steven Spielberg is more about special effects than emotional affect.

Banding Together: Music and mining are matched in Brassed Off. Plus, Richard von Buscak interviews Pete Postlethwaite, star of this new British comedy

Send in the Clowns: Technically sharp Eighth Day is soft in the head.

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Global Beat: North Bay labels make strong showing in world-music market.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Atari Teenage Riot, Robert Frazier, Frank Zappa and various artists.

Beat Street: Time is on Tina Turner's side.

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Pick Up Sticks: Soba, chow fun, thai rice noodles--these are a few of the dishes that hang from patrons' chopsticks at ZAO Restaurant.

Vegging Out: Persian palace offers a meatless feast.

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An A for Ambition: West Bay plays fast and loose with Mozart's Magic Flute.


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