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Cover For the Week of
May 2-8, 2002

Cover Story: The Sushi Guide
How to make it, where to get it and why there are rules to these things.

Hand To Mouth: The Ultimate Silicon Valley Sushi Listings.

My Sushi, My Self: From spam to nigiri with Todd Inoue.

Rockin' Maki: Sushi rolls into area nightclubs.

Model Food: The art of faking it.

Know Your Roll: A beginner's guide to sushi bar etiquette.

Sushi Sing-Along! Musicians pay homage to fish and rice.

Nori Story: Seaweed is one of the most popular foods on earth.

Whassup, Wasabi? A few words about the hot, sweet condiment.

Sake To Me: Some like it hot.

Rice is Nice: The making and shaping of sushi rice is an age-old craft.


News: Classroom Geek
The governor's wacky plan to spend $1.6 million getting tech workers to teach.

Public Eye: Dubya gives Silicon Valley crowd a refresher course on compassionate conservatism.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes From the Underbelly: Harris Ranch on High.

Work: Dreams of Fascists.

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Webcast: 'Spider-Man' is an irresistible telling of an American fairy tale.

Chairmen of the Boards: Stacy Peralta's documentary 'Dogtown and Z-Boys' captures skateboarding's heirs apparent in their mid-'70s glory days.

Geezer Pleaser: Woody Allen's 'Hollywood Ending' displays the advantages of not changing your act.

Bozo Cinema: 'Vulgar' is every moviegoer's nightmare: floppy shoes, a big red nose and gratuitous violence.

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Ring True: Promise Ring's mellow album is a perfect Sunday morning wakeup call.

Aural Fixation: After years of delay, Deadsy's long-overdue debut album finally hits stores.

All Shook Down: Paul Westerberg makes time stand still.

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King for a Donut: 'The Simpsons' meets Shakespeare, or something like it.


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