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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
September 19-25, 2002

Cover Story: Medical Alert
Why San Jose lost its inner-city hospital while public officials stood by and did nothing. It's all business now.


News: Sedimental Fools
How poor city oversight of construction sites results in pollution.

Public Eye: Candidates go back to school.

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Biter: Mondo bondage in San Jose.

Work: Public Domain.

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For Auld Lang's Syne: A new restoration of Fritz Lang's silent epic 'Metropolis' redeems a butchered masterpiece.

Acting Up: 'Quitting' corners the market on reality.

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All Hail the Queen: Salsa veteran Celia Cruz still commands respect.

Dial M for Monster: Jon Spencer faces the beast within on the Blues Explosion's 'Plastic Fang.'

Aural Fixation: Deadsy's engaging set was short and to-the-point.

All Shook Down: Napster is dead. Long live Napster.

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Shades of Crimson: With good service and some menu standouts, a new Los Gatos eatery holds promise.

Cheap Eats: La Villa Delicatessan brings a little bit of Rome to Willow Glen.

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American Rag: 'Ragtime' rejuvenates American history.


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