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Cover For the Week of
February 7-13, 2002

Cover Story: Lex's Nexus
Santa Cruz Survivor talks about life, love, and the healing passion that came out of Africa.


News: Public Eye
VP Dick Cheney blazes his own trail to Silicon Valley.

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Credit Card Sharps: When college kids gamble online with plastic, all bets are on.

Work: Genome Hackers.

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It's A Wonderful Town: Cinequest documentary 'Livermore' unearths the secret history of an East Bay suburb.

Chains: A bike messenger faces trouble in 'Beijing Bicycle.'

Arnie's Army: Schwarzenegger ages better than revenge genre in 'Collateral Damage.'

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Hawai'i Aloha: Mele Hula isn't the same old Hawaiian song and dance.

Aural Fixation: The Icon Nightclub reinvents itself in the image of its past incarnation, the Edge.

All Shook Down: Super Bowl halftime shows supersuck--except this time.

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Cartoon Japan: The most comprehensive book on anime sifts the good from the stupid.

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Tasty Tropicana: Joe Izzo finds himself anchored at the Spice Islands Cafe, and he couldn't be happier.

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Mother Loads: Mother-daughter relationships loom large in new shows by Rep and SJ Stage.


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