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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 2-8, 2001

Cover Story: Drag & Drop
'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' takes on the slam-glam, thank you ma'am cult.


News: X-treme Eating
Is there such a thing as trying too hard to eat too right? Doctors collect evidence of a new eating disorder, orthorexia.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Sheriffs, FBI provide robbery survival tips.
  • Campbell: William Carl Jahn was there to buy drugs, not kill, attorney says.
  • Los Gatos: Monte Sereno tells developer to shrink his plan, save trees.

Tsk-Tsk Tip: Has it become unhip to tip?

Public Eye: SJ mayoral candidate reports arrest. County unions slam worker survey. Palo Alto race begins.


[Features]
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Notes From the Underbelly: Snapshots.

Work: Despite Adobe's crocodile tears, Dmitry Sklyarov is still in jail.

[Music]
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Rural Soul: Traditional Tex-Mex artists stop in San Jose on six-city tour.

All Shook Down: Numbers always lie, especially when it comes to the music industry.

Aural Fixation: Neurosis handpicks the bands for the Neurot Sound Series in San Francisco.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Rufus Wainwright and The Denver Gentlemen.

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Monkey Business: The Ape franchise--on, beneath and away from the Planet--has left us with some indelible images.

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

Trans Mission Trouble: A sex-crazed historian sizes up 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch.'

Cyber Shut-ins: The hero of 'Thomas in Love' can't handle the truth of the outside.

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A Way to Dusty Death: Shakespeare Santa Cruz's 'Macbeth' is full of sound and fury--and some of the finest examples of the English language.

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Frankie, Johnny And Luigi Too! Three amigos give it a shot at the Saratoga sequel to this family favorite.


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