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Cover For the Week of
January 10-16, 2002

Cover Story: A Lane at Last
How one writer learned to stop hating the shoes and start loving the ball.


News: Public Eye
Downtown San Jose's defunct UA Pavilion stands empty more than two years after it closed.

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Work: Science voyeur.

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Afghan Scan: 'Kandahar' tracks one woman's journey through Taliban territory.

Faking It: Philip K. Dick's metaphysics are ground down in 'Impostor.'

Water Log: Kevin Spacey lives the life of a sad sack in Lasse Hallström's 'The Shipping News.'

Bouncing Czechs: 'Dark Blue World' is three movies in one--unfortunately, only one of them works.

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Border Patrol: Calexico meshes mariachi and indie rock.

Blind Faith: Gospel greats set their sound to deep blues.

Aural Fixation: Insolence played a generous set to an enthusiastic San Jose audience.

All Shook Down: Everyone has a musical era worth defending--from the Grateful Dead to punk rock.

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The Fresh Test: Flea St. Cafe's seasonal menu just itches with local produce.


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