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[newspaper cover] For the Week of
Oct. 9-15

Cover: For Heaven's Sake
So-called charismatic Christian churches in the South Bay are experiencing a revival, moving into uncharted spiritual territory that boggles even the fundamentalist right.

News: Sun Stroke
Pete Wilson's friends at Sun Microsystems are getting a sweet deal, and the Agnews Developmental Center is getting bulldozed: the last chapter in the remarkable and tragic history of a place nobody wants to talk about.

Heartbreak Hotel: The Fairmont Hotel wants to build a new tower on the site occupied by the historic Montgomery Hotel, despite the existence of other sites and substantial investment. Redevelopment says no problem.

Sweet Chairity: Chairs, chairs everywhere, and not a place to sit.

Public Eye: Assessor's hired court reporter gets booted from meeting.

Polis Report: The ugly stepsister to Secretaries Day is back around.

Editor's License: Bye, bye history.


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Song of the Loons: A fisherman's paradise blooms with decadence in John Greyson's Lilies.

Losing Lorca: Marcos Zurinaga's movie The Disappearance of García Lorca fails to track down the Spanish poet.

Not Far Enough: Fifties film Going All the Way can't find it's way.

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Guitarist Reborn: Despite a series of memory-draining seizures, jazz-guitar great Pat Martino is back--and better than ever.

Turn Up the News: Can a station dedicated to rock videos really cover the world?

Wally's World: A fresh approach fuels local drummer Wally Schnalle's new CD.

Last Issue: Material Issue lives one more time on Telecommando Americano.

Brilliant Barto: Guest soloist Tzimon Barto conquers Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto no. 2 at SJ Symphony concert.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by the Gravediggaz, Big Heifer, Enertia and various artists.

Beat Street: Cactus Club goes all-ages for a week.

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The Rum Also Rises: Plying its patrons with Cuban food and music along with tropical cocktails, La Bodeguita del Medio makes diners feel like Hemingway for a day.

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Their Funny Valentine: The Bus Barn Stage Company's production of Rodgers and Hart: A Celebration evokes the sentimental season of love.

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Baseball in Stitches: The boys of summer play forever in the quilts of memory.


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