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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
September 26-October 2, 2002

Cover Story: Riot Act
For girl bands in the boys' world of rock, it's DIY or die.

Annie, Get Your Drums: The pouting! The cell phone bills! The rock star insouciance! All that glitters is not gold as a new band takes flight. A rock & roll diary.


News: Beetlejuiced
A battle rages over the endangered Ohlone Tiger Beetle, which needs flattened trails, but not flattening.

Public Eye: Al DeGuzman hits presentencing pay dirt.

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Biter: More Monumental Controversy.

Notes From the Underbelly: Mount Hammy.

Work: Galileo's Ghost.

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Buffy's Angels: The blonde girl with cleavage really isn't so feminist--but the men in her life are.

Performing Arts This Week: WORKS/San Jose Gallery presents a double-header of art and music.

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Spanks for the Memories: A secretary takes more than dictation in Steven Shainberg's S&M sex farce.

Rushmore: 'Skins' tells an intelligent and touching story of life on the rez.

Plugged In: In 'Das Experiment' fascism is just a flip of a switch away.

Grumble: It's hard to praise Godard's remote 'In Praise of Love.'

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Out of the Shadows: 'Deadringer' sounds the alarm for Def Jux maestro RJD2.

Playing it Strait: George Strait kept it sweet and simple at the Compaq Center.

Aural Fixation: South First Street can be--will be--a destination.

All Shook Down: The Dixie Chicks' 'Home' is pretty darn good for a No. 1 record.

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Book Review: Laird Hunt's 'The Impossibly.'

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Gourmet Star Quality: Helios Global Brasserie puts a new spin on global warming.

Cheap Eats: Uncle Frank's Barbeque Pit in East Palo Alto.

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Oh, the Humanity: An android actress finds a human side within her 'Comic Potential.'


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