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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
November 7-13, 2002

Cover Story: Keeper of the Frames
ciné16's Geoff Alexander showcases films from Silicon Valley's forgotten past.


News: Brave New Mall
Santana Row's bold experiment in instant urban living.

Tale of Two Cities: So what if the best public space in San Jose will be privately owned?

Public Eye: Local Democrats react to Republican election victories.

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Biter: Ready Aura Not.

Techsploits: The Lego Mystique.

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Kahlo Waiting: 'Frida' pays homage to the Mexican artist's sensuality and creativity--but not her politics.

Mad Mom: 'Alias Betty' is a primer on how to lose the Mother of the Year award.

The Ladies' Man: 'Roger Dodger' offers advice on picking up girls.

Life is Sour: 'All or Nothing' is one of Mike Leigh's most downbeat films.

The Other Side: The Arab Film Festival returns after a tumultuous year's absence.

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Jazz Nation: Guitarist Charlie Hunter targets alt-rock fans.

Ain't Nuttin' But a 'Now' Thang: 'Now THAT'S What I Call Music' turns 10, provides insight into what was pop music.

Aural Fixation: Los Bastardos de Amor played their best set yet last Saturday at the Icon.

All Shook Down: Ryan Adams may act like an indulgent rock star, but he can back it up.

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Speaking of Italian: D'Asaro spins a new twist on a favorite traditional cuisine.


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