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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 13-19, 2001

Cover Story: Shocked To The Core
Could this have been predicted? A distraught nation reacts to the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.


News: Public Eye
The redistricting shuffle. Candidates take City Hall jobs. Blanca's secrets of happiness.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Fur Balls.

Work: My Summer Vacation.

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So Long, SoFA: Event organizers and participants remember the glory of years past. Special note: Due to the events of the past week, the tenth annual SoFA Street Fair has been postponed until September 30. See the official press release from the San Jose Downtown Association for details.

The Healing Arts: Pop star Soraya entertains and educates.

Her Best Shot: Without all the fanfare, Pat Benetar made just as much impact as Madonna at her Mountain Winery show.

All Shook Down: Madonna's Drowned World Tour is so prepackaged, it shows how pompous she has become.

Aural Fixation: The L.A. Guns are hanging in even as their fans are reduced to a diehard core.

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Beyond Beat: Tokyo action director Takashi Miike beats Beat Takeshi to the punch when it comes to onscreen violence--Richard von Busack reviews 'Audition' and 'Dead or Alive.'

The Fall of Commune-ism: Free love is over, even for the Swedes.

Field of Queens: These Iron Ladies try to balance too many balls at once.

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Draft Pick: Guinness and White Castle hamburgers make Palo Alto's Old Pro a day in the ballpark.


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