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Cover For the Week of
October 11-17, 2001

Cover: The Last Train Out: Part II
Proponents argue that high-speed rail is the only way to save our state from death by sprawl. So what's the holdup?


News: Sticky Evictions
Tenants say they need a 'just cause' eviction law to protect them from landlords, but the powerful Tri-County Apartment Association says it's about property rights and control.

Public Eye: State politicos consider running for Rep. Gary Condit senate seat.


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Give War a Chance: It's about time! Michael Moore was beginning to worry that George II didn't have it in him.

Notes from NYC: The Barking, the yapping, the whinning.

Work: What's left to do?

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Möbius Highway: In a curlicue tale of betrayal, David Lynch sees the demons on 'Mulholland Drive.'

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Different Strokes: Can the Next Big Thing survive the hype machine?

All Shook Down: Don't Touch That Dial.

Aural Fixation: Moodfrye shakes it up with new disc, 'Bottle of Feelings.'

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Due West: New bio highlights sex symbol's racial ambiguities

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Piatti as a Picture: Gourmet Italian in one of the valley's favorite shopping centers--what more could a sybarite ask for?

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Stage Values: SJ Stage Co.'s 'Anton in Show Business' goes behind the scenes.


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