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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
February 20-26, 2003

Cover Story: Simply Reed
San Jose Councilman Chuck Reed just wants to do the right thing. Is that any way to build a political future?


News: Iraq's U.S. Arsenal
Complicity of firms in Saddam's crimes against humanity now well-documented.

Public Eye: Law students take out an anti-Bush Administration ad in the New York Times.

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Biter: Biter goes to a peace demonstration in Sonora.

Notes From the Underbelly: Sublime to Ridiculous.

Techsploits: You Are Fat.

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Photo Mount: Stanford traces history of Eadweard Muybridge's experiments with motion photography.

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Festival Flurry: Cinequest adds William H. Macy to roster of Mavericks; 'The Movie Hero' opens 11-day film festival.

Through Thick and Thin: Local documentary 'Moment by Moment' charts one woman's hard road back from a debilitating injury.

Badge of Dishonor: Kurt Russell plays a bad lieutenant-to-be in 'Dark Blue.'

Damn Yankees: Civil War epic 'Gods and Generals' leans to South.

Gale Force: Death row suspense keeps 'The Life of David Gale' at the boiling point.

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Scribble Jam: While the White Stripes play private shows for celebrities, the Aislers Set plays basement parties. The group couldn't be happier.

Aural Fixation: Atomic Mint gets red hot on new album 'Audio Candy.'

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Da Bigga Di Beppo: Proving that over-the-top dining has not yet worn out its welcome, Buca di Beppo gives 'big' a bigger name.

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Soul Clap: Tommy Davidson is the funniest comedian without his own TV series.

Ride to Rights: Tabia Ensemble's 'Waiting to Be Invited' puts the civil rights movement in personal terms.


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