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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 14-20

Cover: Revenge of the Deadbeat Dads
The nexus of the choice debate has been a woman's right to choose, but what about dear old Dad? The Choice for Men movement says deadbeat dads are about unwanted fatherhood.


News: Saving Face
No-beard policies in the workplace go under the blade, as a lawsuit alleges discrimination against individuals with a medical condition linked to ethnic groups.

Equinox Hits the Fan: 'Pyramid Dreams' elicits nightmare stories from multilevel marketing distributors.

Café Cruising: The '90s coffeehouse serves as pickup joint for the unattached bookworm and nightclub-challenged.

Polis Report: Whatever happened to cults? Did they give up?

Public Eye: San Jose Arena patrons are bitter over suite fees

DeCinzo Cartoon: Don't ask, don't tell.

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Bird of Purgatory: The film version of 'Mother Night' flattens novelist Kurt Vonnegut's comic conceit.

Sturges Urges: The screwball comedies of Preston Sturges still exemplify the genre's zest.

To Mel and Back: Gibson roars for revenge in 'Ransom.'

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In the Hive: Just hours after its grand opening on Thursday night, Todd Inoue reports on the debut of San Jose's newest hot spot, the B-Hive.

All Läthered Up: Twenty years later, Frank Zappa's ferocious anti-epic "Läther" finally arrives.

Bluest Souls in Pieces: Storyville looks for love in all the bleakest places on its newest album, 'A Piece of Your Soul.'

Audiofile: The latest CDs by Pork, Lyrics Born, Nnenna Freelon and various artists.

Beat Street: Third Sex waves the DIY banner high.

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Cult of Shows Past: Many years after being canceled, favorite TV shows inhabit a virtual universe of their fans' deep desires.

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Pagliacci Power: Opera San José's double bill packs one knockout production.

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Indian Harvest: No wonder the Pilgrims felt thankful. Christina Waters samples a true Native American-style Thanksgiving feast and shares recipes.

McNoodles: Tung Kee brings steaming Korean noodles to the masses.

[Books]
The Dark Corners of Daily Beings: In the stories of William Trevor, quite ordinary characters face extraordinary tribulations.

Original Beat: Poet, playwright and essayist Amiri Baraka paved the way for much of today's rap and rant.

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