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Cover For the Week of
September 12-18, 2002

Cover Story: Reality Check
The time has come for our government to tackle the unanswered internal questions surrounding Sept. 11--and to make the findings public.

The Devolution Will Be Televised: Eleven things to do the week of 9/11 that don't have to do with sitting in front of the television and watching the World Trade towers crumble again and again and again.

Rockin' the Casbah: Seven Arguments Against Bombing Iraq.


News: Wamm-Bam, Thank You, Uncle Sam!
DEA agents trample on local medicinal marijuana operation.

Public Eye: Hip-hop cops stay cool at the B-Hive.

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Biter: There Can Be Only One.

Notes From the Underbelly: To Hollister and Beyond.

Work: Tooling and Hacking.

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Ring Around the Rosy Cross: The Rosicrucians celebrate 75 years of knowing themselves in San Jose.

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Restless Ways: Four chums wrestle with growing up in Italian comedy 'The Last Kiss.'

Magical Misery Tour: 'I Am Trying to Break Your Heart'--Wilco's woes.

In the Ghetto: The comedy 'Barbershop' follows 12 hours in the life of a Chicago neighborhood.

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Fashion Plates: New York's Interpol dresses down the competition.

Aural Fixation: Get ready for a brand-new club to open by the end of the year--make that two or three!.

All Shook Down: Wilco's new documentary is a big fat drag.

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Mint and Mindfulness: Afghan cuisine draws from a rich tradition, and eating it now has an extra tang.

Cheap Eats: Lunch Vox in downtown San Jose.

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'Blast!' Track: High-energy marching-band show parades through Center for the Performing arts.


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