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Cover For the Week of
November 1-7, 2001

Cover Story: Skate Nation
Not suburbanite. Not white. Skateboarding outgrows its stereotype.

News: Weighing In
The latest fad to curb obesity--gastric bypass surgery--carries high risks.

Public Eye: Jack Walker drops Assembly bid; Simon Salinas won't run for state Senate.

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Work: One more terrorist.

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Antiquated Art: An old Arthur Miller novel comes back into 'Focus.'

Maggot Brain: Zombie woofer grosses out 'Bones' collectors.

Pray It Forward: Sweetness, light and boredom reign in 'K-Pax.'

Kicking Asteroids: 'The American Astronaut' is the most important space epic of all time.

Bad Bunny: The unbalanced Donnie Darko forestalls the end of the world.

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Talkin' Loud: Chicano-groove performance poets Grito Serpentino turn loose their newest album of conscious verse.

Pass the Prozac: Xiu Xiu floods the Valley with sweet guitar sadness.

Aural Fixation: Triple Seven blew its chance to win fans at the Catalyst.

All Shook Down: Why Gina Arnold can't help loving the Breeders.

Shoreline Gets Freaky: Jane's Addiction headlines LIVE 105's Halloween Freak Show.

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It Takes a Village: A pub with character restores simplicity to the dining experience.

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They're No Angels: Venture capitalists get skewered in SJ Rep's world premiere 'Ctrl+Alt+Delete.'


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