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cover For the Week of
October 4-October 10, 2001

Cover: The Last Train Out
High-speed rail is the answer to California's clogged roads and airports, but will the politicians get it?


News: Pelican Grief
Competition between endangered brown pelicans and anglers reaches crisis level at the Santa Cruz Wharf

Notes from NYC: Can we talk about something else?

Uncomfortably Numb: Everybody reacts to tragedy differently. Just ask the volunteers at the Centre for Living with Dying.

Public Eye: Council takes a bite out of mayor's power. Cohn loses key staffer. KPIG gets sold.


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Solid: A Beat poet finds his groove and swings to it

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Wolf Runners: 'Ginger Snaps' illuminates werewolf genre with keen sense of the feminine

Dawg Days: A daughter's loving documentary smoothes over some missed notes from a legendary collaboration

Porridge Power: Stephen Frears' 'Liam' shows a fondness for the British working class

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Aural Fixation: Soaring temps couldn't hold down the crowd at 10th and final street fair

All Shook Down: Will music ever feel right again?

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Piscine Scene: An offshoot of the Fish Market reels in customers with great service, and spawns its own innovative menu


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