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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 10-16, 1999

Cover: Prison Addiction
Drug treatment finally makes its way to California's prisons. Why did it take the state so long?


News: Mac Attack
Once a safe haven in the Macintosh universe, some local universities are becoming Mac hostile. At Santa Clara University, teachers even get a gold star for switching to a PC.

Metropolis News Extras

  • West Valley: West Valley cities join anti-graffiti campaign.
  • Saratoga: Coyote sightings, missing cats cause concern in hills.
  • Campbell: Loop streets will become parking zones in an effort to slow traffic.

Public Eye: San Jose councilgal Cindy Chavez says new gaming location is not in the cards.

Light Speed: Local engineer rolls out solar car, prepares to run Australian outback race.


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Fusion by Design: Jazz drummer Billy Cobham shines on two new reissues from Purple Eagle.

Delicious Duo: Cibo Matto fights against musical stereotypes on its new album.

Aural Fixation: Local music mag BAM quietly folds.

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Landlord in Love: David Thewlis courts Thandie Newton in Bernardo Bertolucci's finely calibrated new romance, 'Besieged.'

Powers That Be: Mike Myers will do anything for a laugh in 'The Spy Who Shagged Me.'

Last Year's Birds: Squishy 'Twice Upon a Yesterday' has everything except mimes.

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Honky- Tonkin': Locals face last call in 'Amateur Night at the Big Heart.'

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Pasta Perfecto: Palo Alto's Bella Luna is an affordable slice of Italy, with possibly the best pasta on the planet.


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