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Cover: Bum Rap
Journeying through the world of Santa Clara County's homeless men means doing the Banana Run, scoping out the shelters and putting up with the occasional religious sermon. But when it comes to getting into jobs, even the people on the inside say the system isn't working.
News: Is It Safe Yet?
Get your feet offa there!--And other tales of ticket-writing testiness from victims of the plainclothes security squad protecting passengers on light rail.
Hal in HR: So exactly what does it mean, when the resume-reading human resources person gets replaced by a Resumix scanner? It means learning to impress a computer.
Public Eye: Parents and citizens are angered by anti-Prop. 205 rally at Los Gatos High.
Polis Report: The Millennium is upon us.
Eros & Agape: 'The English Patient' and 'Breaking the Waves' find romance in extreme sacrifice.
Full-Court Depression: 'Space Jam' strips the anarchic spirit of Bugs and Daffy.
Seattle Serenade: 'Hype!' documentary hypes the growth of grunge.
Opposites Detract: The soloists outshone the ensemble in SJ Symphony's mixed bag of Bruckner and Mozart works.
Squeeze Play: Chubby Carrier brings zydeco into the mainstream.
Beat Street: Can Campbell's South Bascom really be the next Telegraph Avenue? Rasputin Music thinks so.
The King and the Showgirl: Traveling exhibit gives Elvis and Marilyn the high artistic treatment.
From Germany With Art: The de Saisset showcases the disparate visions of four artists with foreign roots.
Naked Novel: In Joan Didion's 'The Last Thing He Wanted,' telling your story won't save your life.
Got Milk?: San Francisco Opera brings stirring and relevant 'Harvey Milk' home.
Viva Vicino: Mio Vicino takes its vivacious Italian trattoria approach to a new location in Campbell, with molto bene results.
Cutting Veg: Speedy service, superb preparation and vegetarian loyalty have kept Lawrence Chu, of Chef Chu's, in business for more than a quarter-century.