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Cover For the Week of
October 25-31, 2001

Cover Story: Perry's Jubilee
Jane's Addiction has risen from the ashes again, and this time, its lead singer wants to transform the world, not just change it.

News: Peace in a Time of Amiguity
It's not easy being a peacenik these days--just ask the straggling few at San Jose's Peace Center.

Public Eye: Konnyu may run for state Senate, healthy San Jose, Don Gage endorsed by COPE.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Elephant Man.

Work: Censorship can be fun.

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Visualizing the Ordinary: 'How-To: The Paintings of Deborah Oropallo' speaks to the wonder of the everyday.

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Mind Control: 'Waking Life' offers a beautiful look at the life of the mind.

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Web Exclusive: Smash Mouth had plenty to celebrate at the Catalyst last Tuesday.

PUNK 101: One band's 'Wild Gift' to rock & roll.

Taking Eyes and Turning Cheeks: Is rock & roll failing in becoming a rallying point for this war?

Aural Fixation: Halloween offers a cornucopia of musical treats.

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Wood-Fired Up: Romance and custard in a turn-of-the-century hotel. Could this be downtown San Jose?


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