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Cover For the Week of
November 15-21, 2001

Cover Story: Wrappin'
Bring back the joy--get back to gift-giving basics.

News: Going Mobile
Residents of a Santa Clara mobile home park play the waiting game with developers.

Public Eye: Local surfer wins screenwriting award--sort of.

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Sluts at Ringside: Following the signs to WWF's Slam 2001.

Work: Linux Apocalypse?

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Harry Fodder: Harry Potter's magical cross-merchandising.

Good Wizard: Uneven 'Harry Potter' casts reasonably enjoyable spell.

Love Like Anthrax: 'Intimacy' is a wise, bitter story of a wordless tryst.

Erase This: Richard Linklater's should have hit pause before making 'Tape.'

Paris Pixie: The French hit 'Amélie' promotes a Paris that doesn't quite exist.

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California Dreamin': Nostalgia burns bright for Beachwood Sparks on 'Once We Were Trees' album.

Aural Fixation: Lords of the Manor continues to conquer fans.

All Shook Down: There's something about vinyl that can't be denied.

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The Kesey Way: Three writers remember the lessons of life and laughter shared by author and merry prankster Ken Kesey.

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Not Another Fruitcake: A gourmet gift guide for recipients with great taste.


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