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newspaper cover For the Week of
December 19-25

Cover:
Swing High

The big band sound of swing skips a generation to become the anti-grunge. Can a generation rebel by dancing like their grandparents?


News:
Ethical Dilemmas

What do you get when you let politicians drive their own ethics policy? A wreck.

Rebels With a Claus: In which 150 Santas yield two arrests and no sales tax.

Public Eye: Clinton's legal defense fund returned donations received from the Supreme Master's followers.

Polis Report: Deck the halls in decorator style.

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Smashed in SJ: Todd Inoue reviews Monday night's Smashing Pumpkins show at the San Jose Arena.

Stepping Razor's Reggae: A retrospective album tracks the history of tough-minded reggae star Peter Tosh.

Classical Crossing: Vanessa-Mae is the violinist classical-music lovers love to argue about.

Masterly Messiah: Philharmonia Baroque saves the season with a perfect Handel.

Audiofile: The latest CDs by Better Than Ezra, Low and Sweet Orchestra, Jesse Davis and Wally Pleasant.

Beat Street: If Todd ruled the world...

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Bon Appétit: Those planning a romantic dinner could do no better than to entrust the entire affair to Los Gatos' La Maison du Cafe.

Bargain Bites: Cafe Wraps explores lighter and more exotic versions of the burrito.

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Making Up the Past: In 'Three Lives and Only One Death,' to remember is an act of creation.

Harping on Old Times: Truman Capote's reminiscences get the soft-focus treatment in 'The Grass Harp.'

White as 'Ghosts': Rob Reiner's civil rights drama, 'Ghosts of Mississippi,' congratulates for a few good white men for tackling racism.

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Hard-Working WORKS: The valley's alternative gallery celebrates 20 years of cutting-edge art with a move to a big, new space.

Divide the Genders: TV ads for upcoming films promise different things to men and women.

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