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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
June 20-26, 2002

Cover Story: Cactus' Last Ride
SoFA's pioneering music club bites the dust.


News: Petition Peeves
The online petition biz is booming, sort of. But what is a signature worth on the World Wide Web?

Public Eye: Congressman Mike Honda belts out tunes en español.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes From the Underbelly: More Than Leather.

Work: A New Hope.

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Sins of Omission: 'Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys' can't capture the magic of the book.

Run, Tom, Run: Future cop Tom Cruise evades the law--and a lot of special effects--in Steven Spielberg's 'Minority Report.'

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Combo Plate: Salsa till dawn with El Gran Combo at the annual Dia de San Juan celebration.

Who's Your Daddy: Padre of funk Lou Donaldson heats up the Stanford Jazz Festival.

Aural Fixation: Papa Roach put on an explosive performance at BFD days before the release of 'lovehatetragedy.'

All Shook Down: Whgat becomes a semicelebrity most?

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Meatless Wonder: Dasaprakash serves up vegetarian food that will have you reconsidering your place in the food chain.

Cheap Eats: Colonel Lee's Mongolian Barbecue in Mountain View.

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Puppet Palaver: A talking sock puppet speaks the truth in 'Fuddy Meers' at San Jose Stage Company.


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