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Cover For the Week of
April 25-May 1, 2002

Cover Story: This School Bytes!
Retired Stanford Professor Larry Cuban and a group of graduate students went on the road to study technology in the classroom and found that computers have not made the grade.


News: Pay to Play
Internet broadcasting has exploded, but a federal panel's ruling could silence the movement.

Milk It: Author Melanie DuPuis asks if milk is nature's perfect food or one of its deadly poisons.

Public Eye: Mountain View councilwoman Rosemary Stasek heads to Kabul next week.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: Are You Being Logged?

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Gala at a Gallop: Former Cirque du Soleil creative director Gilles Ste-Croix mounts an equine extravaganza .

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The Hate Boat: Peter Bogdanovich's 'The Cat's Meow' puts a new spin on an old Hollywood rumor.

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

Confidence Men: 'Nine Queens' finds the con in Argentina's economy.

Salton of Swat: You'll want revenge for the revenge drama 'The Salton Sea.'

Moving Man: Sensitive acting redeems a journey of desertion in 'World Traveler.'

Bad Company: A kid from the sticks burns the candle at both ends in sordid, silly 'Circuit.'

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Rhythmic Healers: San Jose Taiko explores community in its spring program.

A Special Gift to You: The world outside Sonoma County finally gets its share of Velvet Teen.

Aural Fixation: High schoolers go ga-ga for Rufio's sweet, melodic emo-punk.

All Shook Down: Ozzy isn't your typical TV dad.

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The Producers: Community Supported Agriculture offers a weekly Pandora's box of organic delights.

Cheap Eats: Freshly Baked Eatery may be hard to find, but it's worth the search.


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