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Cover For the Week of
June 27-July 3, 2002

Cover Story: Wake-Up Call
Are accomplishments and projects enough to build a legacy? Or are vision and inspiration needed? Jeff Kearns looks at complex political actor Ron Gonzales.


News: Holy Unfair
Women who have been sexually exploited by priests complain they haven't been taken seriously--so they're organizing to take on organized religion.

Public Eye: Local pols gently skewer themselves at the annual Monday Night Live revue.

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Fourth of July Fun-O-Rama: Where to go, what to see, who to salute.

All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Work: What Is Brain?

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Busting a Capra: Star Adam Sandler misses the point of 'Mr. Deeds,' while director John Sayles makes too many points in 'Sunshine State.'

Nutty Buddies: 'Elling' follows two disturbed men in a grungy but lighthearted comedy.

Holm of the Brave: The emperor strikes back in Ian Holm's new film about the secret life of Napoleon.

As Nasty As She Wants To Be: Margaret Cho's new concert film is a sex-charged hoot.

Snow Dogs: Three hours on the ice in the critically acclaimed 'Atanarjuat.'

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Hawai'i To Hell: Jake Shimabukuro shreds on the 'ukulele (really!)

Immaterial Girl: Award-winning songwriter Rachael Sage lets her feelings fly for benefit concert.

Aural Fixation: KSJO DJ Sloppy Joe's 'Home Grown' program lights up local bands.

All Shook Down: Do we like foreign music because it's good--or just foreign?

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Sorrento's, So Good: Bascom Avenue gets a new bar and grill that's fancier than you might think.

Cheap Eats: Todd Inoue chows down on dope-ass panini at Zanotto's Grill in San Jose.

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Golden Oldies: 'Smokey Joe's Cafe' stands out in the crowd of musical revues.


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