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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
February 14-20, 2002

Cover Story: The Score
The results of the first-ever Silicon Valley sex survey, including curious statistics and the winners of the sexiest bartender, hairdresser, artist and software designer competitions.


News: Kitchen Contraband
New law makes some hempseed products illegal.

Public Eye: GOP delegates bash Dick Riordan at California Republicans gathering.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Lost Gardens.

Work: My Friend Glorja.

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Rolling Thunder: Cuban mechanical artists keep Ike-era behemoths on the road in Cinequest documentary 'Yank Tanks.'

Snow Dogfaces: Bruce Willis corns up otherwise involving 'Hart's War.'

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Splendor in the Bluegrass: Music from 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' gets the live treatment on the Down From the Mountain tour.

Aural Fixation: Palo Alto's favorite girl group, The Donnas, ups the ante with a move to a major label.

All Shook Down: If you want your kids to be angels, act like one.

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A Stellar Cellar: Underneath an old school auditorium in Los Gatos' Old Town, the Wine Cellar hides surprises.

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Manon, Oh Manon: Opera San Jose's newest pursuit of French pleasure.


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