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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 6-12, 2001

Cover Story: Painter of Lite
How local painter Thomas Kinkaid turned his brushes to the lite side--and made a mint comforting the masses with images of safety and home.


News: Not Always in Black and White
Is yesterday's hate crime today's hip-hop epithet? An east side high school and the SJPD grapple with the blurring borders of hate.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Injury accident due to problem with car, not domestic dispute.
  • Los Gatos: Man suspected of using a date rape drug will go to prison.
  • Saratoga: Fire boundaries drop as county, Saratoga district start new era.

Be Dazzled: Forced into doodad extinction, the BeDazzler is now a comeback bestseller.

Public Eye: Dando decides. SoFA's last dance. Dems draw the lines. Nurse Jackson back at work.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Razing San Jose.

Work: Such a Deal!

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The Revolution Will Be Weird: Chaotic, censored and catchy--the Butthole Surfers prove just as controversial as ever on their new album.

Bilingual Initiative: Latin rock Watcha Tour stretches to include hip-hop star Kool Keith.

All Shook Down: Can Michael Jackson recapture his thrilling past on new tour?

Aural Fixation: The Southern-fried rock band tore it up at the Usual.

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Citizen Kael: Richard von Busack recalls the impact of film critic Pauline Kael.

Back to School: A crazed sub practices painful pedagogy in 'Detention.'

Refugees and Dreamers: Cinemayaat brings varied visions of Arab filmmaking to the Towne.

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'Pacific' Past: Despite this sumptuous production, 'Pacific Overtures' hasn't aged well over the last 25 years.

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Chichi Sushi: Palo Alto's Fuki Sushi wows even the most selective clientele.


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