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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
June 13-19, 2002

Cover Story: R U Hot?
Mountain View's Hot or Not.com lets the people decide.


News: You Can't Go HMO
Stanford Medical Center saved itself from financial ruin, but was it at the expense of patients?

Public Eye: Councilmember Bob Livengood says the Milpitas lawsuit 'didn't make sense.'

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: Robots Who Cry.

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Nuclear Nuptials: In dry, wrenching 'Late Marriage,' two generations war on the field of matrimony.

Gone With the Windtalkers: John Woo and Nicholas Cage relive a hidden chapter of World War II history in new film 'Windtalkers.'

Shut Up, Danny: 'The Believer' looks fearsome but is actually cerebral and more than a little comic.

The Dish: 'Les Destinées' charts the rise and fall of the fall of a porcelain empire.

Scoundrel Time: In 'Maryam,' a suburban girl comes to terms with revolution in her birthplace, Iran.

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Havana Good Time: Latin-jazz documentary 'Calle 54' launches a companion tour.

Aural Fixation: Papa Roach prepares to infest again with a new album, 'lovehatetragedy.'

All Shook Down: British rock hails the Queen of England, but why?

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Fin Dining: Sharky's Grill, in Willow Glen, serves up seafood delicious enough to cause a feeding frenzy.

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The Loh Life: Playwright Sandra Tsing Loh worries so you don't have to.


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