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newspaper cover For the Week of
June 29-July 5, 2000

Cover: Ster Crazy
Metallica, Dr. Dre and the recording industry wake up to the digital music revolution, but the cow's already out of the barn.

Free Music: The revolution has begun.


News: Cybersex Ed
New college course studies sex online--past, present and future.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Bush breaks from fundraising trip to talk education.
  • Sunnyvale: Funding program strives to assist teacher housing problems.
  • Willow Glen: New name is one of many changes at SJ history museum.

Ollie Together Now: New Vans skatepark opens to gleeful crowd.

Public Eye: Margie hired by old S.J. pal for new L.A. job. Mineta up for top federal post. Supes' plan doesn't make the grade.


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Work: In their wildest NY dreams...

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Trance Fusion: Three new albums prove that trance music is not just a global phenomenon--it's taking over the U.S. as well.

Smash Fourth: Smash Mouth kicks off the America Fest celebration.

New Direction: Gutsy gals Wynonna and Mary Chapin Carpenter explore country's deeper waters.

Aural Fixation: Kevin Jackson leaves True to Form and takes up the drums for Primer 55.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Planet Earth and Lucy Pearl.

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Holiday in Miranda: Buñuel's great 'The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie' returns.

Boiling Point: Gibson's revolutionary hero gets hotter and hotter in 'The Patriot.'

Novel Search: A journalist falls for a writer's dreams in 'Joe Gould's Secret.'

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Eager to Please: New Theatre on San Pedro Square adds new music to old favorite 'Romeo & Juliet.'

Coming Up Roses: TheatreWorks opens a new season with a reflective production of a musical theater classic.

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Aromatic Therapy: The mindful preparation of curries and other olfactory-pleasing dishes set the senses on fire at Amber India.

A La Carte: July was named for Julius Caesar... and other tasty bits of information.


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