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newspaper cover For the Week of
October 5-11, 2000

Cover Story: Food for Thought
What do you call a restaurant with a captive group of consumers that the county public health department doesn't have to inspect very often? A school cafeteria.


News: Allergic To Boys
How landscapers' love affair with tidy male plants has created an allergy crisis.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Newspaper clipping leads to arrests in series of robberies.
  • Willow Glen: Employees want more out of service-sector jobs than employers can offer.
  • Cupertino: Something in the air.

Strip Maul: Women just love a man in uniform--especially when he takes it off.

Public Eye: Bush aide shoves Dem assemblyman. SJ mayor BART campaign role not derailed. Cortese's four-letter platform.


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Notes From the Underbelly: In search of saloon nudes.

Work: Viral communication and other detritus of the net.

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Björk, Björk: Icelandic queen of all media dazzles with a new soundtrack album.

Jewel Shines: The luminous folk star dazzled the audience at Villa Montalvo's Mountain Winery.

Band to the Bone: Monster rockers the Scorpions ignited the Cow Palace during its collaboration with the San Jose Symphony.

Aural Fixation: SoCal band (hed)pe prepares to take its new CD to the top.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Submarine and Los Amigos Invisibles.

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Cool as Iceland: Pop star Björk breaks through with star turn in Lars von Trier's 'Dancer in the Dark.'

Fixed Fight: 'Girlfight' is the same old boxing picture given a sex change.

Shelter Skelter: Drugs and violence swirl throughout 'Gimme Shelter,' a rockumentary of the Stones' 1969 tour.

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Saturday Night Decade: A new illustrated history takes a stroll through the horrors--and occasional delights--of the much-maligned 1970s.

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Nothing But Feelings: Italian-American characters wrestle with interpersonal doubts in John Patrick Shanley's comedy at City Lights.

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Perry Interesting: Peninsula hot spot Perry's is the place to be seen, but not to order an expensive entree.

A La Carte: Friday the 13th will be a lucky day for diners at Superstitious Supper.


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