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newspaper cover For the Week of
November 23-29, 2000

Cover Story: Shades of Gay
Can sexual orientation be reversed? New Hope thinks so.


News: Thanks for Nothing
One year later, a San Jose family awaits payment from the city for a sewer backup that flooded their home.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: Women in Blue.
  • Cupertino: Book to help assist firefighters in communicating with non-English speaking members of the community.
  • Campbell: Local volunteers for Guide Dogs for the Blind help others get around with a canine navigator.

Your Murderous, Cheating Heart: Author offers 10 hints to find out if your man is a con artist.

Public Eye: San Jose's next vice mayor? Gonzo's new bachelor pad. New Jose Theatre could be good for a few laughs.


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Notes From the Underbelly: In Search of Arbuckle.

Work: Thanks for nothing, turkeys.

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Finding Purpose: While lobbying to reduce the debts of poor countries, U2 found time to create a moving new album.

Mozart Wins Again: The SJ Symphony worked interpretative changes on a night of Mozart.

Keeping The Faith: Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst is rich and famous--so what's he so upset about?

Aural Fixation: Home Grown didn't live up to expectations at the Cactus Club.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Bottlefly, J Mascis + the Fog and Austin Lounge Lizards.

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Mob Mentalities: Actress and Playwright Anna Deveare Smith portrays the many faces caught up in the 1992 L.A. Riots.

Sade Story: 'Quills' offers an intriguing look at the last years of the Marquis de Sade.

Willis to Power: Bruce Willis reluctantly accepts superhero status in 'Unbreakable.'

Mighty Aphrodites: Remarkable characters find love at the 'Venus Beauty Institute.'

Tunneling In: Marc Singer's first documentary, 'Dark Days,' makes for an underground film in every sense.

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Yum Yum, Umunhum: Worth the trip out to Almaden Valley, Umunhum rises head and shoulders above the rest.

A La Carte: Earthy Delicacies.


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