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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 16-22, 1999

Cover: Nolan Bushnell
After losing it all, the Atari founder is back in the garage.


News: Labor Delivery
Getting the Vietnamese community to organize has been a battle suitable for the stage.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Saratoga: Deer fencing not an Olympic sport but a hillside problem.
  • Los Gatos: Annexation process begins in an atmosphere of anger, hostility.
  • Campbell: Police intensify search for suspect in molestation case.

Blair Flair: Campbell filmmaker Sean Flanagan of Almaden Films spoofs the Gen-X blockbuster.

Public Eye: SJ city attorney bails ambulance ordinance. Citizen calls cops on council aide. She-riff just one of the boys.


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SoFA Story: Annual alternative festival rocks South First this weekend.

In the Van Vanguard: The comandantes jefes of Cuban dance music, Los Van Van, bring the salsa revolution to the Mountain Winery.

Stereolab Experiment: Stereolab blends heated rhetoric with chill-out sounds on new 'Cobra' album.

Stand-up Basics: Rockabilly experts the Paladins played as good as the crowd looked at Fuel.

Aural Fixation: dredg's waters run muddy but deep.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Stunt Monkey and The Road Kings.

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Lovers on a Bridge Over Troubled Waters: French director Léos Carax's 'The Lovers on the Bridge' surfaces after years of stateside theatrical neglect.

Rauncho Deluxe: 'Black Cat, White Cat' slaps every stick.

Missive in Action: Patricia Arquette takes a supernatural beating in 'Stigmata.'

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Burning the Man: When geeks run free, how do they celebrate? A new high-tech column by Annalee Newitz.

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'Barber' Cuts Up With Gags Aplenty: Opera San José goes for the yucks in season-opening production of Rossini's 'The Barber of Seville.'

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Italian Mama: Can't make it to Italy to eat Sunday dinner with a family? Skip the airfare and go to Mama Mia's in Campbell.

A La Carte: The downtown lunch bunch gets a new opportunity for white-tablecloth dining at Agenda.


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