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newspaper cover For the Week of
December 28, 2000-January 3, 2001

Cover Story: Untold Stories!
Alien Abductions! Anorexic Stars! Bizarre Encounters With The Supernatural! Enquiring minds at Metro recall some of the weirdest stories of 2000.


Feature: The Future Revealed
The Oracle of Silicon Valley shares what she sees for the year 2001.


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Millennial Madness: Get ready for a festive do-over as the millennium begins--for real this time. A complete guide to New Year's Eve events around the Bay Area and down the coast.

We're Speechless...: A sampling of the year's most entertaining and revealing quotes, from Larry Engelmann's compilation 'Words Fail Us: The Best Quotations of 2000.'

Notes From the Underbelly: Nacht in San Jose.

Work: Mini-industry springs up around geek seduction.

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Beyond the Band: The best of the year in music wasn't a band but Napster--a whole new way of listening.

Aural Fixation: Taking stock of the year's events and hopes for the future.

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Feather-Weight 2000: 'Chicken Run' outran the competition for best film of 2000, while 'Battlefield Earth' confirmed critics' worst fears.

Southern Odyssey: The Coen brothers remake a Greek epic as a 1930s comedy journey in 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?'

True Confections: From 'Babette's Feast' to the new 'Chocolat,' pop culture finds sexy food more satisfying than bedroom romps.

Wordsmithing 101: Gus Van Sant's 'Finding Forrester' has a secondhand admiration for the art of writing.

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Flavor Savoring 2000: The dining highs of the year that was.


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