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Cover For the Week of
August 22-28, 2002

Cover Story: Why Here?
The Bay Area has the highest breast cancer rate in the nation. Is there something we should know?


News: Shine On
When one small engineer and his solar panel take on PG&E, things get heated.

Public Eye: San Jose's Santana Row makes a hot debut.

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Work: Alien Sexcapades.

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Neon Notions: Valley artist Terry Thompson details San Jose and the valley's sights and signs.

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A Cyberstar is Born: Al Pacino programs the perfect performer in 'Simone.'

Sweet Soufflé: Martina Gedeck cooks up a graceful comedy as 'Mostly Martha.'

Shallow Waters: Robert J. Siegel's 'Swimming' does the crawl through one young girl's troubled summer.

Desert Duo: A bored soldier and an uppity election official endure a sandy exile in Iranian 'Secret Ballot.'

Geek History: 'Revolution OS' is a love letter to Linux.

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Rasta Impostor: Long hair + low maintenance + Ozzfest = dreadlocks. Got that?

Aural Fixation: Tommy Lee brought arena rock to the Icon.

All Shook Down: Ignorance is never bliss, especially when it comes to Linkin Park.

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French Lit: La Mère Michelle proves that the Old Country is still willing to get saucy.

Cheap Eats: At Super Taqueria, it all goes good with beer.


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