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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
February 28-March 6, 2002

Cover Story: Spring Music Guide 2002
An opinionated guide to the best concerts of the season.


News: Priced to Kill
Legislative cop-outs, political weasling--just vote no!

Public Eye: SJSU clashes with neighbors over sports field; Sir Ian McKellan comes to Cinequest.

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Work: Blog Anxiety.

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Gandalf Comes Alive: Ian McKellan pays a visit to Cinequest.

A Knight Out: Sir Ian McKellen on rings, Shakespeare and the World Wide Web.

Soccer Punches: 'Mean Machine' fails to revive brutal charm of 'The Longest Yard.'

Rabbit Run: Animator Chuck Jones was a comic master.

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Hip-Hop Don't Stop: Scratch DJs hit the silver screen.

Aural Fixation: Trip Device brings big rock visuals to its small club shows.

All Shook Down: Movies, TV, recording star--Chris Isaak's everywhere, but does anyone really know him?

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Slices of Life: Pizza gets the royal treatment in this roundup of local pie palaces.

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Tangled Up in Blue: Theatre on San Pedro Square burns bright with David Hare's 'The Blue Room.'


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