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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
July 11-17, 2002

Cover Story: Landon Calling
San Jose Earthquake forward Landon Donovan's World Cup success could spark more interest in American soccer. But will he stick around?


News: This Place Bites
Handicapped woman sues local Denny's for kicking out service dog.

Public Eye: Palo Alto police investigators serve questionable search warrant.

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Work: Reputation System.

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Rebellion Lite: Old virtues vindicated in the modishly rebellious indie hits 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' and 'Monsoon Wedding.'

Unspoken Word: The universal art of the silent film unreels at the Castro Theatre.

Parent Hoods: The morose 'Road to Perdition' stars Tom Hanks as a Depression-era gunman.

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Newman's Own: Randy Newman knows how to score.

Rapper's Delight: Dungeon Family's Cee-Lo Green kicks Smokin' Grooves up a notch.

Aural Fixation: Smash Mouth appeals to multiple generations at Concert for the Homeless.

All Shook Down: Sonic Youth should just unplug.

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Hole In None: Doughnuts, once America's sweet treat, have fallen into the black hole of health food. Will they ever get their just desserts?

Cheap Eats: Baja Fresh serves as an antidote to the Taco Bells of the world.

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History Lark: 'The Complete History of America (abridged)' offers corniness with a conscience.


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