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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 28-July 4, 2001

Cover Story: True Blue
Gina Arnold reflects on the life of the late great Bay Area bluesman John Lee Hooker, plus a Metro interview with Hooker himself from 1987.


News: Club Red
Amid charges that the city of San Jose gave away the store on its House of Blues deal, some wonder if the club has the bucks to make its downtown gig work.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Movies on Wheels.
  • Saratoga: Local resort settles suit stemming from chlorine spill.
  • Sunnyvale: Neighborhood association mobilizes against crematory.

Wonder Twin Trouble: TheFirstTwins.com makes the Bush presidency a little easier to bear.

Public Eye: Where there's fire there's politics. Honda's new district wheels. Poking fun at thin-skinned pols.


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Go Fourth: San Jose throws its annual all-day party for Independence Day.

Notes From the Underbelly: Coyote Diablerie.

Work: Technology Speaks.

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One Leg At a Time: Blink-182 tries to stay as young as its fans with 'Take Off Your Pants and Jacket' album.

Wizard of Ozzfest: Marilyn Manson on God, the Bible and rockin' in Denver.

Aural Fixation: OzzFest promises music and mayhem with another beastly lineup.

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Potente Energy: Franka Potente runs from fate in 'The Princess and the Warrior.'

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Alphabet Soup: A fictional family delves into the bizarre culture of the spelling bee.

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Musical Marvel: TheatreWorks' 'Summer of '42' satisfies a critic's every need.

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Delectable Dining: Saratoga's Sent Sovi exquisitely rides the California seasons.


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