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newspaper cover For the Week of
September 27-October 3, 2001

Cover Story: This Hear Pig
How a quirky Watsonville station helped spark the Internet radio revolution.


News: Not Hooking Up
Another once-thriving ancillary of the dotcom boom goes bust.

Notes from New York: Former Metro writers Michael Learmonth and Lauren Barack find a bizarre but predictable souvenir industry sprouting.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Council crafts an escape clause into its skate park commitment.
  • Saratoga: City learns about violation of city code from a citizen.
  • Sunnyvale: Council approves appraisal of possible museum site.

Trust No One: What the world needs now is Walter Cronkite.

Public Eye: House of Blues strapped for cash. Health hazards of county meetings. Neece says no way.


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Work: In Utopia.

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Steal Away: A hidden side of America emerges on Bob Dylan's new album, 'Love and Theft.'

All Shook Down: The latest biography of grunge martyr Kurt Cobain is off-key.

Aural Fixation: Stars raise money for disaster relief.

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Love and Destruction: Drugs, murder and romance thrive in a place of despair in 'Our Lady of the Assassins.'

Autumn Leaves: 'Hearts in Atlantis' puts Stephen King in Norman Rockwell's shoes.

Time Tripping: 'Happy Accidents' is a real slip-up for director Brad Anderson.

It's Not Gold: Mariah Carey film debut definitely doesn't 'Glitter.'

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Holy Foley: 'The Voice of the Prairie' elicits the sounds and furies of 1920s America.

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French Dressing: Aiming its stylish, service-intensive format at the diner for whom elegance is important, Le Papillon defies trends.


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