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August 16-22, 2001

Cover Story: Clowes Makes The Man
Daniel Clowes talks to near-namesake Daniel Cowles about the long and winding path from comic-book cultdom to big-screen fame with 'Ghost World.'


News: Cycle of Life
For authorities, the case of missing Stanford cyclist Minna Sandmeyer came to a close on August 3, with the discovery of her death by suicide. But for family and friends, the questions are just beginning.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Commission considers project that will be near gateway into Los Gatos.
  • Saratoga: State budget vetoes impact community college funding.
  • Cupertino: City hit with another rash of bike thefts.

Radical Root: The spindly dandelion is one of nature's most beneficial herbs.

Public Eye: Kniss backs Sandoval in Cupe race. Cryptic emails from Gonzales. Pricey chairs fall apart in Gilroy.


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Best of the Silicon Valley: Select your favorites in the 2001 readers' survey.

Notes From the Underbelly: Sharks saving grace.

Work: Get ready for a loveless future.

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Loose Lips: Aerosmith's Steven Tyler planted plenty of kisses on the lucky ladies in the front row at Shoreline.

All Shook Down: When Congress goes after hip-hop, common sense takes the rap.

Aural Fixation: Big festival weekends came in waves.

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Tahoe Terror: Tilda Swinton goes off 'The Deep End' in new flick.

Country Dreams: A devoted manager and a bottom-feeding country singer search for the 'Jackpot.'

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Oceans Apart: Campbell's Michi slices, dices and serves up sushi like no other.


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