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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
October 10-16, 2002

Cover Story: The Best of Silicon Valley
The original and still the best.


News: Touchy Freely
How a world-famous psychologist at Stanford Medical School turned his biofeedback 'treatment' into a crime.

Public Eye: County Sheriff gets vanity plates.

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Biter: Undercover Bra.

Notes From the Underbelly: Escape From Sunnyvale.

Techsploits: Assimiliated!.

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L.A. Women: 'White Oleander' lays it on thick, but the lushness gets to you.

Pillow Fight: 'The Rules of Attraction' is even less than 'Less Than Zero.'

The Old Devil: 'Red Dragon' is better than we could have hoped.

The Other Man: A wife frees herself when she learns about her dead husband's 'Secret Life.'

Water Music: The exquisite 'Spirited Away' is a Japanese variation on 'Alice in Wonderland.'

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Jurass in Pocket: Everything old is new again for Jurassic Five.

Aural Fixation: Reaction 31 had all systems in overdrive at Kleidon's.

All Shook Down: Nirvana's latest single is the aural equivalent of leg warmers.

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Sea Change: A masterful chef re-emerges in the heart of downtown Palo Alto.

Cheap Eats: Falafel House in San Jose.

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Full Hedda Steam: San Jose Rep's 'Wind Cries Mary' channels Ibsen.

Ghoulish Figures: Troubled characters have a few bones to pick in 'A Skull in Connemara.'


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