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For the Week of
Oct. 2-8

Cover: Sorry State
The eerie silence surrounding the issue of a national apology to African Americans reveals more than words ever could.

News: If the Shui Fits
Metro asks a feng shui expert about the planned site for the new San Jose city hall. And the news is good.

Hearts Aflutter: Los Gatos farmers give whole new meaning to 'butterflies' on a wedding day.

Public Eye: Union prez shoots off more than his mouth.

Polis Report: Advertising tips for the Landlord from Hell.


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Wim, Place and Show: In The End of Violence, Wim Wenders wrestles vaguely with visionary ideas.

Smolderer: Fire consumes two women.

Sexless Porn: Latin Boys Go to Hell is a 19-year-old's folly.

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Surfing the Radio Waves: Todd Inoue reports from the front lines of alternative and college-radio music at the annual Music Marathon in New York.

A Tale of Two Bands: The Stones build Bridges to Babylon; the Replacements are remembered on a two-record set.

Something Beautiful: Blueland just wants to have fun.

Beat Street: Freaks, stunt monkeys and Christian raves.

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Bait and See: Less than a month after opening its doors, the new Fish Market in south San Jose hauls in a big catch of customers every night.

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Revenge of the Nerd: In Carol Shields' new novel, Larry's Party, delight is just a sweeter form of nervousness.

Razor on the Mirror: The '70s live on in all their sordid glory in the autobiographical stories of Mary Fleener.


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