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newspaper cover For the Week of
October 8-14, 1998

Cover: Home Wreckers
San Jose officials are trying to make slumlords in one rough neighborhood do time for their crimes.


News: Asia Minors
Cupertino schools are attracting thousands of immigrants from China, Japan and Southeast Asia, swelling the city's multicultural numbers beyond the comfort zone of some local residents.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Is Arlie Land and Cattle going green?
  • Campbell: The skateboard park opened in July is a hit.
  • San Jose: Silicon Planet offers cheap tickets for students.
  • Sunnyvale: The city council blows off a leaf-blower ban.

Public Eye: Hail the three mayors of San Jose.

Launch Break: Top entrepreneurs ditch the office for a long-running game of Ultimate Frisbee.


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Pay the Pfeiffer: UPN feels the heat over new sitcom.

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Shorty Walks Tall: Guitar Shorty shows off his blues licks on Roll Over, Baby album.

Soul Diva-lution: Fuel shines a spotlight on the new breed of female soul singers.

Heavy Metal Men: KoRn maintains intensity on third album.

Beyond Bollywood: Britain's Asian dub masters ride a new wave of trip-hop.

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Masashi Yamamoto's 'Food' for Thought: The Tokyo underworld shines in fragments in segmented Junk Food.

Brush With Fame: Love Is the Devil paints lurid picture of the affair between Francis Bacon and George Dyer.

Robin's Bogus Journey: What Dreams May Come needs to get an afterlife.

Bean Streets: Irish gangsters stroll down Monument Ave.

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Polyethnic Palate: Menlo Park's Ariel seamlessly blends cuisine from the far corners of the earth.


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