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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 23-29, 1999

Cover: You've Got Spam
From Internet debris to ads in public restrooms, is no space sacred?


News: Racial Backlash
Employees of NEC say they were promised protection from management when they lodged a discrimination complaint, but payback time came anyway.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: Suburban trailblazers.
  • Los Gatos: Brazil recognizes Randy Attaway.
  • Cupertino: Lincoln celebrates fundraising effort with new playground equipment.

Exhaust Pipeline: The air inside the car is worse than outside.

Public Eye: Napoli refuses to react to Calpine plant. Mercury News moves customer service to Miami. House of Blues coming to SJ?


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Beauteous Swoop: England's Gomez slightly twists a wide range of musical sources.

Brute Force: Magnum Brutes swing at Fuel.

Aural Fixation: SoFA Sounds--from the Cactus to the Usual on downtown's day of rock & roll.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by The Lonely Kings, Filter and OuttaLine.

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Serial Snooze: Even a mass poisoner looks boring in the staid new serial-killer film 'The Minus Man.'

Scar Tissue: 'Regret to Inform,' a wrenching documentary, examines the Vietnam War from a new angle.

Madcap Ménage: A threesome frolics in 'Splendor.'

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The Cross and the Pear Tree: Victor Perera takes readers across borders.

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Cartoonland: Corpcult and the death of Dilbert.

[Dining]
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How Now, Tao Tao: Sunnyvale's Tao Tao--after 25 years--still reigns as a fun and thriving spot for great Cantonese.


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