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Cover For the Week of
March 28-April 3, 2002

Cover Story: What's Goin' On?
Why today's pop stars won't give peace a chance.


News: Permanent Pressed
Twenty years on the job? Who you calling a 'temp'?

Public Eye: Did Speaker Herb Wesson spurn Assemblywoman Rebecca Cohn's lust for the Health Committee chair?

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: GREP, AWK, PS.

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Drinking Man's Epic: A Southern writer goes bottoms up in 'Big Bad Love.'

Go to Your Room: Jodie Foster's new thriller is the right kind of punishment.

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Rio Grand: Brazilian vocalist Celia Malheiros hits all the right notes.

Def Not Dumb: Indie rap duo Blackalicious causes splash with jump to major label.

Aural Fixation: Jason Newsted finds there is life after Metallica with his new band, EchoBrain.

All Shook Down: Pop waif Alanis Morissette gives voice to grammar-impaired.

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Feelin' Sicilian: Palermo is so good, it may even qualify as a religious experience.

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History Channeling: Two performances explore the past from new perspectives.


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