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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
January 1-8, 2003

Cover Story: Look Back in Anguish
2002 was a brutal, teeth-rattling, spleen-busting year.

"This is a nation that loves our freedom, loves our country.": From the mouths of babes, boxers, bunglers and George W. Bush--the very best quotes of 2002.


News: Extreme Green
Crusading, visionary and sometimes downright eccentric greens are fighting to temper our dependency on foreign fossil fuels--one potato at a time.

Public Eye: County supe Jim Beall says homework pays.

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Biter: A Call to Jams.

Notes From the Underbelly: Scrambled in Silicon Valley.

Techsploits: Baby Makers.

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My Big Fat Year at the Movies: Catching the highs and enduring the lows of 2002 in the dark.

Slipping a Gere: Rob Marshall's 'Chicago' is tin-eared and lead-footed.

Keyed Up: Roman Polanski's 'The Pianist' is a chilly, inspired epic of the Warsaw ghetto.

Timeless Nick: Douglas McGrath finds the morsels in Dickens' rambling classic 'Nicholas Nickleby.'

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Pressed for Time: Henry Rollins makes time for a benefit record, a Black Flag reunion show and a spoken-word tour--and that's just one month.

Push Play and Record: Ultra Records blows the lid off of celebrity-curated mixtapes.

Aural Fixation: A look back at an eventful year in local music.

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Baby Got Back: Confessions of a bacon addict.


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