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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 7-13, 2001

Cover Story: Psychic Hot Times
Sex. Suicide. Enlightenment at $1.98 a minute. How an East Bay/South Bay cult and a man known as Rev. Bill have changed lives--in ways no one expected.


News: Muzzling Myers
After 10 years of good behavior on the San Jose Unified school board, trustee Carol Myers has become a turncoat, saying the district has been misallocating millions in desegregation funds.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Saratoga: Young leaders consider change in law to bring parents in line.
  • Campbell: Plan calls for cameras to monitor traffic flow in Bay Area.
  • Los Gatos: Report identifies local hospitals as being vulnerable to earthquakes.

Trunk Show: What's a man with a passion and a million bucks to do? Build an oddly themed theme park, of course.

Public Eye: McEnery prepares mayoral lashing. Homophobic group tags local dems as 'anti-family.' Oh no, Eye eats crow.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Journey to Sunken Gardens.

Work: Scandalous Code.

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Online Exclusive: Reunited rock band Tesla electrified the crowd at the Bone Bash II.

Far Afield: The protean Elvis Costello finds a new partner--Anne Sofie Von Otter--for another strange but satisfying collaboration.

Marrying Past and Present: Afro-Cuban All Stars keep tradition fresh.

Creative Synergy: Saxophonist Mad Duran channels her artistic energies into music and a partnership on and offstage.

All Shook Down: New documentary looks at the odd rock totems of Cynthia Plastercaster.

Aural Fixation: Maverick band plays the Rebelli-Ache show at Great America.

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Rocky Mountain Low: The sap runs high in too-perfect 'Big Eden.'

Dogme Bites Men, Women: Lost souls stage 'King Lear' in the deep desert.

Country Comfort: Nostalgia for the scarcity of the old days, 'The Road Home.'

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Brutal Satire: 'Colored Museum' pulls no punches at the San Jose Stage Company.

Tending to Tradition: A few small twists are all that City Lights needs to make 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' its own.

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Wizards of Faz: Mediterranean magnificence emanates from Sunnyvale's Faz restaurant.


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