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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
August 29-September 4, 2002

Cover Story: Wonder Twins Inc.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen take over the world, but are they for real?


News: Gettin' Licked
In a down economy, the summertime job of choice for San Jose's Mexican immigrants is selling ice cream.

Public Eye: Bill Simon--gubernatorial candidate or diva wannabe?

Asian Pyramids? Multilevel marketing schemes thrive within immigrant communities.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Fallon on Hard Times.

Work: Fear of Necco.

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Stalkin' Robin: Williams turns nasty in 'One Hour Photo.'

Moanologue: 'The Business of Fancydancing' follows a poet who has torment by the ton.

To Serve and Suffer: Why you'd rather watch paint dry than go to 'Serving Sara.'

Sit-In Drive-In: Cinema San Pedro screens the classics in the great outdoors in downtown San Jose.

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Krossed Signals: From Bow Wow to the Puppies, a guide to preteen soul singers past and present.

Aural Fixation: Although he's a nervous wreck, Ozzy Osbourne still commanded several generations of fans at Shoreline.

All Shook Down: Beck extends his 15 minutes of fame on 'Sea Change.'

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Where Are Your Manners? For these teenagers, homework is a matter of course ... several courses, actually.

Cheap Eats: The Downtown Farmers' Market offers more than fruit and veggies.

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The Rep's 'Boy': Local theater opens season with quirky Canadian comic drama.


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