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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 5-11, 2001

Cover Story: The Cutting Edge
Stanford has gone to great lengths to defend gynecological surgeon Camran Nezhat against accusations by patients and other doctors. And critics say it's because of the corporate dollars he has brought in.


News: Sudden Oak Death
A deadly disease is spreading through the area's oak trees and arborists say there's no way to stop it.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: Goats provide sure-footed cleanup for Sunnyvale's landfills.
  • Campbell: Suspect from park stabbing manages to elude police.
  • Los Gatos: Railroad trail could serve as a way for locals to avoid a car commute.

The Neighs Have It: The Horse Whisperer comes to town.

Public Eye: KNTV starts handing out pink slips. VIPs are MIA. Three's company in District 9?


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Notes From the Underbelly: Woodchuck Redux.

Work: That's So 1998!

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Forever Young: To hell with electronica--Seattle-area rockers Built to Spill wear their Neil Young influences proudly.

Rio Grande: Claudia Villela and Ricardo Peixoto bring their magical collaboration to the Stanford Jazz Festival.

Metal Movement: Black Sabbath dominates a deep day of heavy metal at OzzFest.

Bass Pace: Serving and mastering musical high-tech at the Bass Looping Festival.

Aural Fixation: New Insolence tour swings through the South Bay.

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Goblet Gobblers: 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' rereleased with seven new minutes in there somewhere.

Jumping Track: Old Formulas get some new twists in the reimagined road movie 'Jump Tomorrow.'

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Herbal Essence: Sunnyvale's Tarragon has a winning menu, even if its namesake herb is nowhere in sight.


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