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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
March 7-13, 2002

Cover Story: Art Revolution
From MACLA and WORKS to Anno Domini, San Jose's art scene unfolds, one rebellion at a time.


News: Airport Insecurity
Noncitizen airport scanners face the loss of their jobs under new federal law aimed at fighting terrorism.

Public Eye: Local politicians celebrate election victories.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes From the Underbelly: Downtown Tour No. 51.

Work: Annalee Newitz unmasks the man behind the porn curtain.

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Marital Mayhem: Everyone gets in on the act in Mira Nair's 'Monsoon Wedding.'

Decline and Fall: 'Iris' follows a case of Alzheimer's, with lovely flashbacks.

The Past Regained: Old friends revisit the haunts of their youth in acting-rich 'Last Orders.'

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Renegades Of Punk: Le Tigre kicks out the electronic jams.

Aural Fixation: *NSYNC promises an intimate experience with its scaled-down arena tour.

All Shook Down: Rufus Wainright can't keep a straight face.

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Chez Brat: Christina Waters bites down on the subject of kids in restaurants.

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Take These Tea Leaves and Shove 'Em: Denise Uyehara gets in touch with her inner Kitty in 'Hello (Sex) Kitty.'


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