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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 24-30, 2000

Cover Story: Hot in the City
A Metro writer makes his way to L.A., hunting down the sexy side of what Democrats want the public to believe was an asexual affair.


News: Plop Till You Drop
Sitting in front of computer screens all day doesn't bode well for the current state of boisterous bowels in the Valley.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: The real scoop on Campbell woman makes a living doing what others won't do for their dogs.
  • Saratoga: County supervisors approve permit, increase in seats at Mountain Winery.
  • Los Gatos: Town has to pony up cash for animal control service.

Sax in Public: One day Bob Craddock said: Enough engineering already!

Public Eye: Talk to Elton and Al for $50K. Tech group polls BART viability again. Bumbs mourn death of Flea Market founder.


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Work: Godzilla 2000 vs. Windows 2000.

[Music]
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Praising 'Choir': B. Fleischmann's exquisite 'A Choir of Empty Beds' raises electronica to a new level.

Return of the Other Other One: Coming around full circle with Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann.

American Taiko: San Jose Taiko drums up the spirit of collaboration in its fusion of cultures and sounds.

Aural Fixation: Venues for all-ages rock shows are getting harder and harder to find.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by De La Soul and David Wilcox.

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Helping Hands: Boulder Creek documentarian Bob Gliner looks at volunteers abroad in 'Making a Difference.'

Hard Knocks of Opportunity: A struggling ex-con can't win for losing in 'The Opportunists.'

A Close-Up Angle: Todd Phillips finds some passion behind Phish's mellow music in his documentary, 'Bittersweet Motel.'

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Feast With Fidel: A whirlwind of Cuban cuisine, song and drink makes Palo Alto's La Bodeguita del Medio a hit.

A La Carte: 'Tis the season to grow wild.


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