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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 9-15, 2000

Cover Story: Literary Quarterly

Ware and Tear Richard von Busack on Chris Ware's 'Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth,' the best comic book epic of the new century.

New Tales, Same City: Armistead Maupin puts San Francisco--and his own life--at the center of 'The Night Listener.'

Beyond the Screen: Ahdaf Soueif's new novel highlights changing cultural climate in Egypt.

A Friend In Need: T.C. Boyle satirizes hypocrisy in 'A Friend of the Earth.'


News: Mission Impossible
The Muslim Student Association at Santa Clara University finds that--in light of international tension--there is almost no socially acceptable way to make their point on campus.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: Accusations fly over last minute mailer.
  • Saratoga: Property owners want their fence to make land safe for their twins.
  • Campbell: Lafferty hit with additional charge.

I Voted Twice: Metro editor's evil twin boosts a ballot.

Public Eye: Eye hits the election party circuit.


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Notes From the Underbelly: In Search of Black Pearl.

Work: Logan runs again.

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Tall Timba: Two of Cuba's best timba bands appear together for a rare double bill of Cuban nightlife.

Barely Rocking: Stone Temple Pilots took it all off for Return of the Rock concert Nov. 6 at the SJSU Event Center.

Jazz Hot: The San Jose Jazz Society marks 15 years.

Dynamic Duo: Jazz greats Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock take the stage for a Kuumbwa 25th anniversary concert.

Why He's the Boss: Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska songs get new interpretations on tribute album.

Aural Fixation: Rockers mourn the loss of Snot's James Lynn Strait.

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Dark 'Dream': Darren Aronofsky's 'Requiem for a Dream' offers no dreams to mourn.

Cholos Fabulosos: MACLA's Cholo Film Festival sheds new light on a stereotype.

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Beyond Routine: Mother, daughter and boyfriend spar through 'Amy's View.'

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Pacific Potion: Christina Waters writes about Japantown's Keton's marriage of Asian and Continental cuisine.

A La Carte: Knowing a winner when you taste one.


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