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Cover For the Week of
July 4-10, 2002

Cover Story: The Zen of Laughter
... and the art of the spit-take. Traci Vogel learns about the things (or the nothings) that make you go 'Ha.'


News: Skirting Security
Anything could be used as a weapon--even that bottle opener the guy in the next seat bought at the airport gift shop.

Public Eye: Rep. Mike Honda votes against the House resolution denouncing the Pledge of Allegiance court ruling.

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All That: Rants from Silicon Valley.

Notes From the Underbelly: The Junction.

Work: Dotcom Sentimentality.

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Alias Smith and Jones: 'Men in Black II' can't shake sequelitis.

Between Lives: Sunnyvale filmmakers Tony and Timothy Linh Bui explore the Vietnamese immigration experience in masterful 'Green Dragon.'

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Border Stories: Alejandro Escovedo traces his family's path with 'By the Hand of the Father.'

Hell on Wheels: Custom cars and roots rockers collide at Hootenanny 2002 show.

Aural Fixation: Old and new school bands turn out for Cactus finale.

All Shook Down: Her music's puzzling--that's established--but is Yoko Ono's art worth revisiting?

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Chez Vroom: Check out the wheels on that chicken burger, at retro Santa Cruz diner Cruisers.

Cheap Eats: The Flying Pig Pub offers authentic 'five-way' Cincinnati chili in downtown San Jose.


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