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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 8-14, 2000

Cover: Dirty Dining
Health Department, schmelth department. Metro goes dining at the dirty dozen of the valley's restaurants. Plus, a roundup of what's not on the menu, ethnic bias at the health department and more.


News: Cavity Search
Mercury watchdogs say the smokestacks of crematoriums are releasing high levels of the toxic metal--from the burned fillings of the dead.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Students sacrifice a Volkswagen in the name of tradition.
  • Los Gatos: Neighbors brought a long list of complaints to CUP hearing.
  • Willow Glen: Tobacco Money.

Final Answer: Website crafts game show to quash the man from 'Millionaire.'

Public Eye: Pandori still a pain in the new job. Sher snubbed, doesn't win smart-guy award. Hutchins unleases his bliss.


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Work: Privacy fetish.

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Acid Jazz Redeemed: Chris Brann's P'taah invigorates the genre with an eclectic new album, 'Compressed Light.'

Brahms Boosters: Hilary Hahn and Garrick Ohlsson soared on three Brahms sonatas at Villa Montalvo.

Parade of Styles: The ReBirth Brass Band brings the melting-pot rhythm of the second line to New Orleans by the Bay.

Aural Fixation: The Cactus Club got a lesson in interior decoration from VIM Saturday.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by The Mollys, Brougham and Kid Rock.

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Ticking Sound: The meter is running, but 'Gone in 60 Seconds' is in no hurry to climax.

Rave Form: Greg Harrison's 'Groove' follows an SF rave from dusk to dawn.

Skinned Alive: Peter Greenaway skins and stuffs his characters in '8 1/2 Women.'

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Four on The Floor: A critic surveys the comics that accumulated during his much-needed vacation.

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Planet Pranks: San Jose Stage Company spoofs every genre in sight in 'Return to the Forbidden Planet.'

[Dining]
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Pot Roast to Posh: New chef reintroduces old SoFA standby Eulipia to the delectable heights of New American cooking.

A La Carte: Good deeds can be savored at the upcoming Taste of the Nation.


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