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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 2-8, 1999

Cover: Get Off of My Lake
Can naturalists and jet skiers co-exist on the state's waterways? Paul Rockwell says no; Justin Berton says get a life.


News: Non-Profit Fits
Dianne Morgan's visions have been grand, but the fallout in the local community has been bitter.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Police still seeking clues in disappearance of teen.
  • San Jose: Planning asks council to move on design review law.
Model Behavior: The wings of desire fly high at the Santa Clara County Model Aircraft Skypark.

Public Eye: Gonzo brings another old friend to SJ. Reeps scurry to replace Dando in Assembly race. Tech pioneer seeks fair share.


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Winning Losers: Blink 182 makes music and money on the band's loserkids.com website.

Patton Bungles: Mr. Bungle's Mike Patton misreads his audience at Palookaville show.

Aural Fixation: Rockabilly rules at Road Kings show.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by True to Form, Billie and Comedian Harmonists.

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Scare Tactics: The big Hollywood releases this fall all promise thrills and terrors--even the comedies and romances. Richard von Busack turns a gimlet eye on the new season.

Libido Loss: 'The Acid House' drains the raunch and wit from Irvine Welsh

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What Keeps Comic Books Alive Today?: Two new studies take different approaches to some enduring themes.

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Mabel's Memories: TheatreWorks lets intentions outstrip results in 'Pride's Crossing.'

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Love, Katie: Heart, soul and good food at Katie's Cafe Amore in Santa Clara.


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