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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 3-9, 1998

Cover: Virgin Sacrifice
Environmentalists say the greenest part of the recently passed Headwaters deal is the cash paid out to Pacific Lumber and Charles Hurwitz.


News: Smoke Scream
After 17 centuries of bad ink, practitioners of the Wicca faith--also known as witches--are annoyed at a Camel cigarette ad that they believe mis-stereotypes them.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: Towing a car could cost the city $67,000.
  • Los Gatos: Locals protest proposed development.
  • Saratoga: A life-threatening adventure in Sanborn Canyon.
  • Alviso: Last-minute changes to the Alviso Master Plan.

Public Eye: Deciding the fate of the so-called living wage.

Carnaval Atmosphere: Different drummers and cultures converge at peaceful Afribbean Festival.


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The Fine Art of Turning Inside Out
'Tis the season for Metro's guide to summer indulgences, with outdoor concerts, theater and our best picks for relaxing daytrips. There's also day-by-day calendar of summer events that you'll want to bookmark for the long and luxurious days ahead.

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So Real They're Virtual: Celebrities can live on in ads ad infinitum thanks to the latest digital technology.

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Mould Mix: Post-Hüsker Dü Bob Mould spins a Dog and Pony Show.

Having a Party: Elvis started a riot when he discovered rockabilly sensation Wanda Jackson.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by The Corrs, Vinyl Devotion, Saint Etienne and Stuart Davis.

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Youth Will Be Loud: Iara Lee's Modulations charts the rise of the global music underground.

Chic Vacancies: 54 chronicles the lifestyles of disco's dumb and beautiful.

Mythic Romance: Bigas Luna's The Chambermaid takes a reverse-angle view of popular Titanic story.

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Repast Perfect: In A.P. Stump's, the big city gains another shining beacon to guide gourmets to downtown San Jose.

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Walking Wounded: Cartoonist Phoebe Gloeckner examines her troubled family life with a doctor's surgical eye.


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