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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 20-26, 2001

Cover Story: Queen Be
The only way my mother will deal with a man these days is if she's making him look like a woman, writes Paula Gilovich.


News: Bin Laden's Holocaust
Is Afghanistan just a pawn in the Taliban vs. the West?

New York Papers: Two former Metro writers send dispatches from the rubble.

The Ties That Bind: Bin Laden, the Taliban and the CIA--Metro editor Dan Pulcrano looks at the history behind the events of September 11th.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Los Gatos mourns death of native.
  • Saratoga: Laffoon adjusting to new life of bright lights and marriage.

The Art of Coping: Comic artists join together to raise funds for victims of World Trade Center attacks.

Public Eye: Growing pains for BART. Stranded officials return home. Members of Congress 'on their own.'


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Work: No Innocence.

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Rude Awakening: As a nation stops and mourns, how can music forge on?

Aural Fixation: Musicians and bands scramble to react to last week's events.

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Beyond the Cubicle: Josh Kornbluth's 'Haiku Tunnel' looks at the agony and the Xeroxing of a temporary worker's life.

In the Fast Lane: Innocence is lost; no U-turns allowed.

Bloody Murder: In 'Cure,' a baffling series of murders leads to a baffling end.

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Feline Fury: Holly Hunter exerts a powerful magnetism in 'By the Bog of Cats...'

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Ocean Potions: Duarte's, in Pescadero, serves warming coastal fare in a homey setting.


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