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newspaper cover For the Week of
August 30-September 5, 2001

Cover Story: Fall Music
Tis the season to stay out late and partake of the coming lineup of concerts and shows. A complete guide to the high notes of fall.


News: They See Dead People
Whose bright idea was it to put crematoriums in the middle of neighborhoods, and vice versa? A neighborhood goes berserk.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: WG business districts get zone change classification.
  • Cupertino: Suspect in Jade Galore robbery arrested.
  • Campbell: Drinx keeps its customers buzzed.

Final Reproach: The valley plays out its own rhythm and percussive beat, far above our heads.

Public Eye: Fremont artist's masterpiece banned from fair. Early signs in crowded Dist. 7 contest. Gonzo's election team.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Hard Work Cafe.

Work: Talk to Me.

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Tapestry of Tartans: FA stage at Tapestry in Talent goes Celtic for a day. Plus: This year's complete schedule.

All Shook Down: In his new novel, 'How to Be Good,' Nick Hornby examines the dilemma of rock journalists.

No Slowing Down: Cool country traditionalist Dwight Yoakam played nonstop at the Mountain Winery.

Seems Like Salvation: Willie Nelson gave an illuminating performance at the Mountain Winery.

Aural Fixation: Rock & roll vixens get serious.

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Coppola Redux: The new, longer version of Francis Ford Coppola's 'Apocalypse Now' proves that war is still hell.

The Cheap Detective: Minor isn't the word for 'Curse of the Jade Scorpion.'

Canal Zone: A trip to Venice leads to old-fashioned romance.

Hard-Court 'Othello': 'O' retells Shakespeare with basketball setting.

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Familia Story: Willow Glen's Italian mainstay, Fratello, flourishes under new ownership.


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