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Cover For the Week of
January 3-9, 2002

Cover Story: The Year That Sucked
2001 is gone forever. Need a little post-trauma therapy?

Forget We Ever Said That: Looking back with 20/20 hindsight.

Follow the Trends! What's in and what's out for 2002.

The Legacy Bug: Valley billionaires are out to save the world.

A Year to Redevelop: San Jose suffers from clinical depression.


News: Public Eye
Cities and counties brace themselves for the release of the state budget.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Great Maw.

Work: Geeks.ca.

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From Shrek to Hedwig: Richard von Busack on Hollywood's beasts and beauties of 2001.

Rules of the Manor: Robert Altman and an eccentric ensemble cast hunt for clues in 'Gosford Park,' a new kind of manor-house mystery.

Nutty Professor: Russell Crowe gnashed Nash in 'A Beautiful Mind.'

Boxing Day: Will Smith floats like a butterfly in 'Ali.'

Rifle Shot: The family tragedy in Todd Field's 'In the Bedroom' echoes like a rifle shot.

Wisconsin Memento: 'Wisconsin Death Trip' revives some troubling memories.

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Triumphant Trio: Ambitious new CD compilations reaffirm the greatness of Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Billie Holiday.

Aural Fixation: Local musicians pick their top albums of 2001.

All Shook Down: 'Sonic Boom' charts the historic rise of file-sharing and its impact on the music business.

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Teutonic Tonic: Teske's Germania offers a little sauerkraut to cure the winter blues.


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