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Cover For the Week of
February 21-27, 2002

Cover Story: Rebel With Applause
Lili Taylor, anti-movie star, talks about her Cinequest award, 'Dogfight,' and the myth of Hollywood beauty. (Cover illustration by Ellen Forney).

Eleven Days in the Valley: Our critics talk up and run down the highs and lows of this year's Cinequest. Plus: select hit-or-miss picks and schedule updates.


News: Vote Like Us
Metro goes one on one with the candidates and tells it like it is.

Public Eye: Downtown San Jose businesses bite the dust after Redevelopment Agency neglect.

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Work: The protein and Marilyn.

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Language Lesson: Dogme turns just sweet enough in Danish treat 'Italian for Beginners.'

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House of Mirth: Jay Hannan and Ben Watt blow up the DJ-as-superstar theory.

Full Nelson: Willie Nelson gets the 'Supernatural' treatment with mixed results.

Aural Fixation: Karate High School dresses to kill.

All Shook Down: DJ Paul Oakenfold turns the tables on Santa Clara.

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Sushi For Short Attention Spans: Japanese kitsch and Vegas bombast meet head-on at Todai.


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