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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 22-28, 1999

Cover: Roach Clicks
Will the easy availability of drugs on the Internet make U.S. drug policy obsolete?


News: Mild Bunch
Local members of the Hell's Angels are suing police for trying to classify them as a 'gang' and rob them of their civil liberties.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Saratoga: Residents complaining about hatchet job on median trees.
  • Sacramento: Cities are given one-year reprieve with new law for animal shelters.
  • Willow Glen: Police search of mobile home leads to two meth arrests.

Strip Search: Lingerie shop rolls out a dressing room with a view.

Public Eye: Venture capitalist Tim Draper gets snub from attorney general.


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Limping Along: Limp Bizkit prospers by keeping it simple--too simple.

Something Special: Cubanismo mixes jazz instrumentation and African and Cuban folk forms.

Cool as Chrissie: Ex-Pretender Chrissie Hynde rocked the Lilith Fair.

Aural Fixation: Mr. Bungle gets accessible at last.

Audiofile: Review of the latest CD by Mel Tormé.

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'Gorgeous' Gorge: Teen pageant comedy 'Drop Dead Gorgeous' serves up a buffet of laughs.

International Scope: The Jewish Film Festival encompasses films from Iowa to Shanghai.

Life After 'After Life': Japanese film about a way station between life and death reminds us how important memories can be.

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Family Feud: 'Romeo and Juliet' rocks the boat of tribal intolerance at Shakespeare Santa Cruz.

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Amore at Giuseppe: Christina Waters finds flavor and finesse at Willow Glen's newest Italian bistro.

Stinking Rose: The sweet scent of garlic announces the arrival of the world's smelliest festival.


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