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Cover For the Week of
April 4-10, 2002

Cover Story: High Revolution TV
The high stakes fight over the 'Napsterization' of television.


News: Public Eye
The Honky Gringo Pride group lobbies city hall.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes From the Underbelly: Old signs in Nouveau City.

Work: Swag Check.

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Go Figure: Nathan Oliveira explores the power of the human form in his retrospective at the San Jose Museum of Art.

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Road Trip: 'Y Tu Mamá También' looks at modern Mexico through a sexy lens.

The Big Bungle: The painful comedy 'Big Trouble' wasn't delayed nearly long enough.

Porn to Lose: To say the least, 'The Fluffer' certainly doesn't suck.

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One Cool Copycat: Dave Douglas riffs on Mary J., Björk and Rufus Wainwright.

Aural Fixation: Pink punk gets a rock & roll makeover.

All Shook Down: It's never too late to appreciate Patti Smith.

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Spiked with Spice: Hunan Taste knows how to throw around a chile pepper.

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Comedy of Errors: Two wrongs make a right--sort of--in 'The House of Correction.'


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