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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 23-29, 1998

Cover: Pet Projects
From poodle pedicures to kitty acupressure, there's no end to the ways we pamper our four-footed friends. Kelly Luker takes her pooch on a tour of the latest touchy-feely services for pets.


News: Net Workers R Us
The membership of some local judges in a good old boys fishing club, Los Pescadores, raises ethical questions in the legal community.

Public Eye: Dando looks for new hope.

Please Don't Steal the Charmin: New age of TP rollers dispense with common courtesy.


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The Fine Art of Turning Inside Out
'Tis the season for Metro's guide to summer indulgences, with outdoor concerts, theater and our best picks for relaxing daytrips. There's also day-by-day calendar of summer events that you'll want to bookmark for the long and luxurious days ahead.

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Beastie Masterings: The Beastie Boys' new album, Hello Nasty, refines the high art of suburban rap.

Beck to the Future: Local drummer and producer Ron E. Beck switches grooves on debut album.

A Cooler Time: Jazz tradition thrives in Marcus Shelby's passionate hands.

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Mexican Superman: From Douglas Fairbanks Sr. to Antonio Banderas, the masked vigilante of old California continues to make his mark.

Splatter Film: Spielberg's heart beats out his guts in Saving Private Ryan.

Vahina, Vahina: Marie Baie des Anges is a searing exposé of Vespa gangs on the French Riviera and a Gypsy girl who could not be tamed.

Beyond Hollywood: San Francisco Jewish Film Festival stretches from lesbianism to the studio system.

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All Mixed Up: Everybody is Beyond Therapy in Durang satire.

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Sweet Surrender: Pungent spices and genuine hospitality make dining at Gojo Ethiopian Restaurant a heart-warming experience.

Vegging Out: The fish sauce is fishless, but the food at Di Da definitely isn't tasteless.


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