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Cover For the Week of
March 14-20, 2002

Cover Story: Field of Green
In the hills of Santa Cruz grows one of the nation's most respected medical marijuana farms. What makes it such a dope success?


News: Public Eye
Sally Lieber shocks political analysts with surprise victory over Rod Diridon Jr.

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Is That Beer Green? Places to down a pint for St. Patrick's Day.

All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: Human Copyrights.

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In the Zen Room: The San Francisco Asian Film Festival heads south for the weekend.

Ally McStein: 'Kissing Jessica Stein' is a post-Ephron affront.

Beyond Vukovar: 'Harrison's Flowers' is another Bosnian debacle.

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We Ain't Fey: England's Starsailor is good old unaffected rock & roll.

Celebrity Pop: *NSYNC bridges the generation gap at Compaq Center concert.

Aural Fixation: Local rock band Downside debuted new drummer at the Cactus Club.

All Shook Down: The search for signs of intelligent music at Noise Pop.

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Gael Force: Flann O'Brien, Ireland's finest drunken author?

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French Connection: Le Bistro, in Morgan Hill, is a little bit of Gallic heaven.


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