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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 15-21, 2000

Cover: Papa's Day
A photo essay of a day on the road with Bay Area band made good Papa Roach.


News: Bad Blood
Living with HIV, one straight-talking hemophiliac tells how he's managed to dodge the bullet thus far.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Saratoga: Residents plead with council to preserve the orchard as is.
  • Willow Glen: School district breaks ground on first new school since '76.
  • Los Gatos: With rent doubled, Sweetwater owner quits.

Gap Kids: While the economy rages, a new study shows that the kids are not all right.

Public Eye: Cunneen weighs in on Quackenbush. SJ pork-barrel politics. Congressman wants to ban traveling circus elephants.


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Work: How can the party be over?

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Mathers Blathers: CDirty words and evil thoughts are a sure-fire route to the top of the charts for rapper Eminem.

Nile-ism: SJ Symphony wars with cell phones at 'Aida' concert.

Aural Fixation: A short set frustrated Cyndi Lauper and audience at the Gay Pride Festival.

Audiofile: Reviews of 'Out of the Shadows... Into the Streetlight' and 'The Family Values Tour 1999.'

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Pimping Out: 'American Pimp' documentary looks at the lives of street-level middle-management.

'Shaft' Scores: Original music guarantees a good time at Samuel L. Jackson's remake.

Titanic A.E.: New animated science-fiction adventure is lost in space.

Trying Morals: Heather Graham turns into a New Traditionalist for 'Committed.'

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Liza Dalby's Novel Idea: 'The Tale of Murasaki' re-creates the life of the first novelist.

[Dining]
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Tuscan Fever: I Gatti, tucked in downtown Los Gatos, nourishes the soul with fresh twists on traditional Italian dishes.

French Twist: A trip to France reveals, surprisingly, that California cuisine now rules.


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