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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
October 17-23, 2002

Cover Story: Hex Appeal
A filmmaker's bewitching look at the curse of Santa Cruz.


News: The Numbers Game
A guide to sorting through the phalanx of state propositions.

Public Eye: Here come da judges.

[Features]
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Biter: Absent of Absinthe.

Techsploits: Laugh While You Can.

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Coffee Calling: The lowly coffee cup ascends to art in the hands of Irvin Tepper.

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Mondo Blammo: Michael Moore tries to investigate gun violence in 'Bowling for Columbine.'

Burn, Hollywood Burn: Hip-hop's full spectrum gets airing at film festival.

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The Sampling of Sir Paul: Alt-rock darlings and hip-hop impresarios have long twisted up McCartney's music.

Trigger Happy: Willie Nelson's guitar got a workout last Thursday as Nelson ripped through his unforgettable songs with skill and vigor.

Aural Fixation: Toby Keith at Shoreline.

All Shook Down: Mixerman's online exploits mirror rock's inherent flakiness.

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Bare-Naked Writer: Author David Sedaris trains the X-ray specs on society and himself.

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Dynastic Dining: Dynasty Chinese Seafood in San Jose.

Cheap Eats: Cozy Kitchen in San Jose.


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