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Cover For the Week of
March 21-27, 2002

Cover Story: Jagged Little Pill
What every pregnant woman should know about a powerful new drug.


News: Public Eye
Assemblyman Joe Simitian wants to zip the lips of gossipy pols.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: New New Wave.

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Hail, Berry: Halle Berry and Denzel Washington deserved their honors at strangely paranoid Oscars.

Beyond Mourning: 'The Son's Room' faces the hardest moment of all.

National Treasure: 'Pauline and Paulette' is an affecting little movie from Belgium.

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

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Messy in Texas: A no-opinions-barred report from the SXSW music festival.

Unlike a Virgin: Pulling the covers off Britney and her big lie.

Not For the Faint of Heart: The Faint lures wallflowers out on the floor--and sometimes onstage.

Montalvo Ramps Up For Season: Big names in jazz and pop fill summer schedule for Villa Montalvo and Mountain Winery.

Aural Fixation: Swarm does hard rock right.

All Shook Down: Joey Ramone's 'What a Wonderful World' speaks more deeply than an album full of post-9/11 songs.

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Spinning Specialties: An eclectic menu and quirky décor loom large at Tapestry.


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