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Cover For the Week of
April 18-24, 2002

Cover Story: Mini + Me
Can cars be sexy and PC?

Service Me: Reporter Allie Gottlieb gives the new, clean cars a road test.


News: Judge & Jury
Al DeGuzman, charged with planning to blow up De Anza College 14 months ago, chooses to stand trial without a paranoid, post-9/11 jury.

Public Eye: MV City Councilman Mario Ambra is removed following verdict.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes From the Underbelly: Trouble in Weed.

Work: No Futurism.

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The Spin Cycle: Former 'Spin' editor Alan Light eschews the bubblegum.

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Hot For Teacher: One wedding and two funerals dominate decayed chick flick 'Crush.'

Countdown: Sandra Bullock adds sexual edge to 'Murder by Numbers.'

As the Lumpia Burns: 'American Adobo' is filled with empty calories.

Orthodox Comedy: There are lots of movies like 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding'--but this one has Andrea Martin in it.

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King of the Disco: Santa Cruz DJ Miguel Migs digs deep in the crates.

Aural Fixation: Are boring bands and bland material the future of rock and roll? Let's hope not.

All Shook Down: Does Neil Young need Crosby, Stills or Nash?

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Muy Mu Shoo: At Dragon in San Jose, East meets West in the best kind of multiculturalism.

Cheap Eats: Mr. BBQ recalls the heady season of backyard barbecue.


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