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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 26-August 1, 2001

Cover Story: Pain's Addiction
High numbers of repeat customers filling tattoo studios raise the question: Are tattoos addicting? Experts say all the ingredients are there.


News: School Of Hard Knocks
Metro reporter Genevieve Roja goes walking door-to-door with the Mormons and finds out what people are made of.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Changing times and lifestyles have apparently deflated membership for local fraternal groups.
  • Willow Glen: Land-use change could allow residential uses at former Del Monte cannery.
  • Saratoga: KSAR pondering a jump into new programming waters.

Zip Code Zen: Legendary post office garden endures.

Public Eye: Real estate baron is at it again. Is McEnery ready to run? Pollsters test popularity of city issues.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Class A in San Jose.

Work: High Voltage.

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Flower Power: Mimi Farina brought music and community to the isolated.

All Shook Down: Roxy Music--the band that nudged rock beyond its roots--hits the road.

Aural Fixation: The OzzFest album follows hard on the heels of the concert.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Sin in Space and Mary Chapin Carpenter.

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Aped Crusaders: Apes outshine humans in Tim Burton's remake.

Anime In the 'Hood: 'Jin-Roh' retells Little Red Riding Hood story in war of fascists and radicals.

Raptor Rapture: 'Jurassic Park III' is heavy on the teeth, light on the heart.

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Enemy Mime: The San Francisco Mime Troupe pummels the Bush administration with laughs in its latest production, '1600 Transylvania Avenue.'

Generations: A dutiful grandson tries to understand the eldest generation in 'Over the River.'

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Shining Seto: Like its counterparts in the department stores of Japan, Seto brings affordable and healthy deli-style foods to Sunnyvale.


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