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[newspaper cover] For the Week of
Oct. 23-29

Cover: Juvenile Injustice
The political trend to get tough on kids is putting more juveniles behind bars, but some say this only trains them for a future in the big house.

News: Strip Maul
Accusations of murder, meth and money laundering at the Pink Poodle.

Chelsea's Excellent Adventure: The First Daughter rocks at Shoreline during the Bridge Concert.

Lessons of the Land: Cash-strapped Mission College leases the last of its open space to developers to pay for a new student center.

Hello, Dolly: Statuesque babe seeks financially secure partner for 10-year sexual liaison.

Editor's License: On the road to Santa Clara (Cuba).

Public Eye: DA Kennedy kisses candidate Capizzi's ring.

Polis Report: What about intercity train service throughout the South Bay?


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Porn of Plenty: An era's sex drive propels Boogie Nights.

Et Tu, Nosferatu?: The audience dresses to match the cast at screening of vampire classic.

Basic Lies: Growing up with Joe Eszterhas in Telling Lies in America.

Just Say No: The House of Yes errs in putting the burden of morality on Tori Spelling.

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Jazz in the City: Cassandra Wilson and Danilo Perez dominate the opening weekend of the San Francisco Jazz Festival.

Beat Street: Swing covers of the Ramones and Prince?

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Dialing for Viewers: Brian Adams and KICU-TV compete with conglomerates by celebrating the joys of being local.

Color as Concept: African American artists treat 'black' as a verb at WORKS.

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MetroSports: The San Jose Lasers mop up the Reign in the season opener.

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Tolstoy's Story: The author of War and Peace hovers offstage in a touching world-premiere drama.

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Family Panning: The cook, her son, his wife and their children make homemade meals at Los Nicas Central American restaurant.

Bargain Bites: Small change for pocketfuls of flavor at Mediterranean Cafe.


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