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newspaper cover For the Week of
December 2-8, 1999

Cover: Clutter Clatter
Eye-opening holiday gifts for people who don't want (or need) more stuff.


News: Generation C
Called the Silent Epidemic, the blood-borne hepatitis C virus strikes at the heart of a generation.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: School, cops moved fast in rescue of tortured boy.
  • Los Gatos: Latest flavor for local water seems to be Essence of Algae.
Dogged By Past: Hot dog vendor Leo Healey wanted to get on with his life. But his 17-year-old past as a convicted child molester ultimately got in his way.

Warning Factions: Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse make their point stick.

Public Eye: Councilmember Rodman? Exiting Sunnyvale incumbent confesses, 'I wasn't paying attention.' Reep cannibals in W.V.


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Scratch & Listen: Keith Elam (a.k.a. GURU) and Christopher Martin (a.k.a. DJ Premiere) put together 33 tracks of Gang Starr's innovative hip-hop notions.

Swearing by Jar: San Jose's Ten in the Swear Jar delivers a compelling 'Private Map' for debut CD.

Aural Fixation: A roundup of holiday gift ideas.

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Showdown: Arnold Schwarzenegger faces off with the Devil in 'End of Days.'

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Dark Knight and Fog: Batman declares war on crime in a new comic book.

Winged Ardor: 'Nabakov's Blues' charts famous author's other career with a net and a mounting pin.

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Stink Different: Can a Counter Culture Corporation survive?

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One Flew Over Mozart: Mental patients mount an opera in City Lights' production of 'Cosí.'

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Where There's Smoke: Some things have changed at Andy's, but the meat of the matter is as good as it ever was.

A La Carte: Whether you're looking for a sandwich or a lawyer, Cafe Nonos is the place to chow down and chat up.


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