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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
August 8-14, 2002

Cover Story: Get Out!
The best of summer is upon us for beach days, camping nights and long hikes. Metro's guide to the great outdoors, just outside your door.

The Secret Garden: How Palo Alto created a park all its own--and you can't go there--nyah! nyah! nyah!


News: Man vs. Jet Ski
Why can't people in boats just get along?

Public Eye: Doh! Bill Simon misses the joke.

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Work: Abnormal Technology.

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Y Tu Stepmama Tambien: 'Tadpole' wriggles around incest drama, a little too coyly for comfort.

Goodnight, Jay Gatsby: The many lives of producer Robert Evans are assaged in 'The Kid Stays in the Picture.'

Black Krusty: Martin Lawrence blames his woes on uncaring critics in concert film 'Runteldat.'

The Hairless Club for Men: Hollywood's new breed of stars scrambles to be on top of Old Baldy.

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Problem Child: Two writers square off in Eminem death match.

Misfits of Music: The Ultimate Sunshine Tour is a perfect fit for eclectic Mexican outfit Kinky.

Aural Fixation: Los Gatos' dredg readies for Interscope release.

All Shook Down: When it comes to dealing with 9/11, the Flaming Lips outsmoke Bruce Springsteen.

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You Say Tomato: From beefsteak to cherry, there's a tomato to make everyone gush.


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