For the Week of|
October 29-November 4, 1998
Cover: Mixed Company
Why do straights go to gay clubs? Writers Traci Hukill, Jenn Shreve and Cecily Barnes go to find out.
News: Jail Baiting
How California's shocking record of prison killings went unchecked by Attorney General Dan Lungren.
Metropolis News Extras
Man in Black: Satanist-turned-Christian minister Eric Pryor has decided that witchcraft rules--again--and this time it's up in the Santa Cruz Mountains and just in time for Halloween.
- Los Altos: "Angels" help entrepreneurs.
- Campbell: No police vehicles in political ads.
- San Jose: New carpool vans for city employees.
- Willow Glen: Trick-or-treating kills business.
Ghostbuster Redux: A special kind of cleaning for that occasional nagging spirit in the house.
Campaigns R Us: With Winning Directions, a full-blown election campaign is just a few bucks away.
Public Eye: .
Election '98: Metro's Endorsements
Voters Cheat Sheet: All of Metro's voting recommendations in a handy ballot box guide.
Scare Tactics: A look at the valley's Halloween haunts.
Icon Provider: David Bowie is more than a rock legend--these days he's an Internet Service Provider riding the cutting edge of boutique Web sites.
Into the Mystic: Seyed Alavi tries to see the unseeable in Canticles of Ecstasy installations.
Student Uprising: Corruption runs two ways in Apt Pupil.
Chaste Scenes: Danish Celebration forgoes technical tricks.
Hooked on the Blues: John Lee Hooker's Best Friends celebrate his place in musical history.
Still Cool, Still Blue: San Jose's Nitecry returns with new members and a renewed blues beat.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Judy Wright, Rialto and various artists.
Far East Feast: Cupertino's Kingswood combines three Japanese specialties under one mall roof--teppan, shabu-shabu and sushi.
In a 'Mikado' Mood: Hot Mikado sets Gilbert & Sullivan swinging.
Mirror, Mirror: Side Show reflects society's obsession with our differences.