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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 5-11

Cover: The Big Easy
For African American mystery writer Walter Mosley the mystery of his own success is beyond words.


News: Life of a Sell
The success industry cashes in on Silicon Valley's spiritual hunger.

Scrabble Rousing: Serious fun for board people.

Public Eye: Dialing for Dollars.

Polis Report: The truth about pot and death.


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Godard Lives--Maybe: The traveling Ann Arbor Experimental Film Festival makes a pit stop at Foothill College.

Belfast Boys: It's everyone's fault in Thaddeus O'Sullivan's Nothing Personal.

High-Grade Pulp: Rough Magic revives a tired genre.

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The Lion Roars Again: Sinead O'Connor's anger and skills are undimmed on her new release, Gospel Oaks.

Doubt It: No Doubt sinks to the age of its audience at Shoreline concert.

Beat Street: Sleater-Kinney outstrips its critical raves.

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Old World Ways: Sicilian traditions rule at Cupertino's Mondello restaurant.

Bargain Bites: TC Tea brews dozens of elixirs--hot and cold, sweet and tart, delicate and full-bodied.

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Overdue Billiard: Dan Clowes predicts the end of adult comics. Or is it only the beginning?

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Earthy Comedy: Two women discover common ground in San Jose Stage Company's Grace and Glorie.

'Sisters' Reborn: An old opera is made new again in the region's newest venue.

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Lipstick Tracers: Three MACLA artists pinpoint changes in spiritual and gender landscape.


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