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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 19-25, 2001

Cover Story: Thank God It's Over
Let's face it: the dotcom boom wasn't all it was cracked up to be by outsiders and the majority of people around here who weren't turning into overnight millionaires. A hundred reasons to rejoice. Plus the real numbers on traffic, housing and public transportation.


News: Saddlin' Up, Headin' Out
After 25 years as the area's most famous nightclub for urban cowboys and cowgirls, the Saddle Rack is hanging it up.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: Theme park founder's roots run through Willow Glen.
  • Cupertino: Sports center on shaky ground.

No Ifs, Ands or Putts: Following not-so-rapidly on the heels of in-line skates and razors is the latest rage in transportation--golf carts.

Public Eye: NAACP head corners stalker. Westley bash brings in busloads of pols. Opening day at the council races.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Klptzyxm.

Work: Cult of Jamie.

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Separate Ways: On their solo albums, Perry Farrell and David Navarro of Jane's Addiction prove that they both have something to say.

All Shook Down: Bruce Springsteen's reunion tour tape reveals the downside of a career arc.

Aural Fixation: Artists play benefit for El Salvador, India earthquake victims.

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Paltry Party: Another denizen of the barely OK independent films scene.

Defining Gay: Films run the gamut at SJ Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.

Stickup in The Mud: Heist film had more interesting plot twists happening offscreen.

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Sweet Jests: Midsummer comedy restores balance to the lives of fairies and mortals.

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Primavera's Prime: Latest incarnation of Willow Glen favorite brings establishment's style and elegance to Los Gatos.


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