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newspaper cover For the Week of
July 29-August 4, 1999

Cover: Take the Money and Kick!
Is West Valley kick-boxing instructor David Slavin a viper or a saint? Authorities and friends grapple with the dual personalities of the man who called himself 'The Immortal Tiger.'


News: Make-Believe Mars
Scientists and engineers from the Bay Area are hard at work on a manned mission to Mars, starting with a simulated space station in the Canadian Arctic.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Chew clears lot, makes July 20 deadline.
  • Cupertino: City, mall owners plot Vallco's renewal.
  • Willow Glen: The Hall family's descent into the abyss of home rebuilding.

Wrecked Garden: City condemns legendary band practice hall of fame.

Endangered Rhinos?: The roller hockey team has a championship in its pocket and adoring fans, but to some they're just spinning their wheels.

Public Eye: Spectators wonder if outgoing Palo Alto Supe Joe Simitian will back old colleague Liz Kniss to succeed him.


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Electric Eclectic: Les Claypool explains his urge to go collaborative on new Primus project.

A Rocker Grows Roots: Robyn Hitchcock gets emotional about a new low-tech record.

Bars by Heaths: The Heath Brothers have been swinging for decades.

The Hill Is Alive: Lauryn Hill spans the rainbow.

Aural Fixation: The Cactus and Usual played host to a roiling roster of rockers over the weekend.

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Tori, Tori, Tori: 'trick' is as meek as its lowercase title.

Boooooo!: CGI-glut swamps the poetry out of the remake of 'The Haunting.'

Long-Lost Chum: 'Deep Blue Sea' goes off the deep end.

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

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Taking Up Arms: Love and war recieve their comedic comeuppance in Shakespeare Santa Cruz's production of 'Arms and the Man.'

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Happy Clams: Hands down, the venerable Lou's Village is the place for clams and oysters in San Jose.


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