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Cover For the Week of
January 17-23, 2002

Cover Story: Black Shadow
The creators of 'Black Hawk Down' talk about the future of war and the Somalia debacle that foreshadowed new global realities.


News: Silent Symphony
Secret reports describe a legacy of mismanagement preceding the San Jose Symphony's surprise shutdown.

Public Eye: Critics attack new Mountain View mayor Sally Lieber.

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Notes From the Underbelly: The King of PEZ.

Work: Obscene community.

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Cary Movies: The Stanford Theater delivers the ultimate romantic leading man--Cary Grant--from the beginning.

Marital Law: 'Lantana' wanders in dramatic underbrush.

Wolf Boon: Sex, satanism and kickboxing enliven 'The Brotherhood of the Wolf.'

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New Wu Review: Don't mess with the Wu-Tang Clan--Ghostface Killah returns with a vengeance.

Aural Fixation: San Francisco's Noise Pop Festival gears up.

All Shook Down: While Craigslist declines, Velvetrope sizzles with music industry gossip.

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One Neat Package: Parcel 104 offers elegant New American cuisine, all tied up in posh surroundings.

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This Farming Life: Through its lively performances, Warabi-za preserves--and updates--Japan's folk traditions.


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