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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
July 25-31, 2002

Cover Story: The Dude Abides
How 'The Big Lebowski' evolved into a cult, without corporate America noticing.


News: Green Men
Will Peter Camejo become the Ralph Nader of the governor's race?

Public Eye: Bill Simon announces his plan to revitalize inner cities.

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Work: Feeling TIPSy?

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Leggy Pop: 'Eight Legged Freaks' is just the tip of the tarantula.

Dicktator: 'Goldmember' is the least and hopefully last of Austin Powers.

Numbers Game: 'Gangster No. 1' is by thugs, about thugs, for thugs.

Partners in Crime: A desperate office worker and an ex-con conspire in Jacques Audiard's 'Read My Lips.'

Rabbit Hole: Julio Medem's 'Sex and Lucía' dishes up Borgesian erotica from Spain.

Beijing Comrades: A gay liaison rises and falls in 'Lan Yu.'

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Really Hillbilly: Gillian Welch's Santa Cruz roots run deep.

Home Is Where the Heaths Are: The fabulous Heath brothers--Jimmy, Percy and Tootie--headline a dream-team roster at the Stanford Jazz Festival.

Aural Fixation: Icon investors prepare to bring back the big rock and take on the world.

All Shook Down: They Might Be Giants make music for kids as well as adults.

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Meet Me at the Garret: Campbell holdout still dishes up impressive pizza, sandwiches and fondue.

Cheap Eats: Peanuts Deluxe Café feeds hungry SJSU students.

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Novel Ideas: Showcasing innovations like modern opera 'Little Women' is a Cabrillo Music Festival tradition.


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