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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 9-15, 2001

Cover Story: Soul'd Out
Enlightenment is just a shopping trip away--who knew? Justin Berton deconstructs the Madison Avenue cult of mind, body and profit.


News: Penny Pinched
The state is still collecting billions in a quarter cent sales tax that was supposed to end in January. Checked your cash register receipt lately?

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Jeanine Harms disappears after a night socializing.
  • Saratoga: Police, Fire Summer Games.
  • Willow Glen: Police take custody of suspect in homicide.

Peace of the Action: Put a bunch of cops and firefighters together and what do you get? Competition. Really competitive competition.

Public Eye: Tony Ridder's designer genes. Firefighter publishes turbulent memoirs. Has new top SJ planner emerged?


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Notes From the Underbelly: No sign of Bolinas.

Work: The biopunk revolution is here.

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Totally Jazzed: Downtown San Jose plays host to annual free Jazz Festival.

All Shook Down: VH1 keeps music videos alive late at night and reminds the bleary-eyed that Def Leppard was once a hair band of note.

Aural Fixation: Bands mobilize for Testament vocalist.

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Comic Coming Of Age: Terry Zwigoff describes the long and winding road that led to his film adaptation of Terry Clowes' comic 'Ghost World.'

Delicate 'Confession': Carl Pfirman's short drama concludes 'Boys to Men' compilation.

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Eastern Feast: Mei Long leans back toward its Asian roots.


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