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Cover For the Week of
April 11-17, 2002

Cover Story: Guerilla Grrrls
Patty Hearst, Emily Harris, and the twisted nostalgia for terrorists past.


News: Public Eye
County sheriff's deputies put their best faces forward in new recruiting campaign.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: Learning from AOL.

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Little Porno Annie: Annie Sprinkle takes being naked--and being feminist--to a whole new level.

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Wild Child: A chimp boy gets a dose of civilization in 'Human Nature,' a new comedy by the screenwriter of 'Being John Malkovich.'

Cannes Job: Henry Jaglom's 'Festival in Cannes' lacks the insider's juice film fans crave in movies about movies.

Redemption Cinema: 'Son of the Bride' puts an Argentinian spin on a familiar story.

Afflecked: 'Changing Lanes' changes lanes once too often--wipes out.

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Original Synth: The Neptunes infuse hip-hop's bling-bling with a little wink-wink.

Trailer Trash Flash: Kid Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker Band kicked out the jams at the Compaq Center.

Aural Fixation: The Phenomenauts put on a phenomenally fun show at the Cactus Club.

All Shook Down: Andrew W.K. fights for his right to party.

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First Place Wiener: At Palo Alto's Elbe a little oompah-pah goes a long way.


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