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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 14-20, 2001

Cover Story: Smoke and Mirror
A son solves the riddle of his father's death--and realizes the suspense was literally killing him.


News: Greener Postures
How things turned ugly when two well-meaning nonprofits laid claim to a patch of garden space in East Palo Alto.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: Dr. R.W. Hutson, inventor of Oral-B toothbrush, dies.
  • Cupertino: Oaks Theatre gets reprieve as Andronico's withdraws.
  • Campbell: Campbell woman wins $3 million from WebMillion.com's jackpot.

Consider Yourself: Eradicating a culture of hate bit-by-bit.

Public Eye: Buddy Nickerson walks from San Quentin. District attorney dispels rumors. Jude loots mayor's office.


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Notes From the Underbelly: The Ranchscapades.

Work: Quality online zines go down.

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Pop Eden: Promoter Lou Adler recalls the heady days of the Monterey Pop Festival, which took place 34 years ago this weekend.

Idol Hands: Pianist Jon Nakamatsu enjoys local-hero status at San Jose Symphony performance.

All Shook Down: 'Moulin Rouge' smothers avant-garde art in a sea of pop clichés.

Aural Fixation: Blazing lineup ignites annual BFD festival at Shoreline.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Stella Soleil and Nikka Costa.

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Vienna Woodenness: 'Bride of the Wind' biopic of Alma Mahler-Werfel is all Hollywood hot air.

Hiding the Wiener: Dark Czech comedy 'Divided We Fall' is humane despite itself.

Hit and Myth: There's no real treasure to be found in Disney's formulaic 'Atlantis.'

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Union Made: Luis Valdez and El Teatro Campesino revisit the farmworker conflicts of the 1970s in an updated version of 'Mundo Mata.'

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Paris, Los Gatos: Pigalle still offers the flavor and finesse of a fine French bistro.


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