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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 21-27, 2000

Cover Story: That's the Spirit!
An interview with celebrity rabbi Michael Lerner and an excerpt from his new book, 'Spirit Matters.'


News: Student Gridlock
No longer able to rely on the big yellow bus, South Bay kids are heavily taxed to find efficient ways of getting to school these days.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: President pays Lincoln Avenue a surprise visit to buy lemonade, stock up on books.
  • Cupertino: Local nurse joins organization in helping children around the world.
  • Los Gatos: Weapons turned in to police are as varied as the reasons.
  • Willow Glen: Minnesota Ave. residents speak out against speeders.

Museum da' Young: Local art museum shoots for the pint-sized audience.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Life in Sunnyvale.

Work: Information suicide.

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SoFA Scene: Photographer George Sakkestad presents his camera-eye views of the SoFA Music Experience street festival.

Hailing Canada: Nice guys Barenaked Ladies finish strong with subtle, mature 'Maroon' album.

Releasing Tension: A soloist cancels, a program changes--the SJ Symphony soldiers on for season-opener.

Aural Fixation: Up-and-coming bands impressed at last week's SFMX shows.

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Singing for Suffering: In Dennis Potter's 'Pennies From Heaven,' the disjunction between pop platitudes and reality stung deep--in 'Duets,' the clichés of hit songs are supposed to uplift us.

'Legend' in the Making: San Jose composer John Ottman steps up to directing with 'Urban Legends: Final Cut.'

Beach Camp: Charles Busch kicks sand at the beach party genre with the spoof 'Psycho Beach Party.'

Tangle in Paris: A labyrinthine love affair complicates 'Alice and Martin.'

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High Notes: SJ Rep scores with jazz drama 'Side Man' by Warren Leight.

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Aldo Things Considered: Aldo's proves a friendly space in which to feast on Italian delights.

A La Carte: The real tomato comes but once a year.


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