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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
November 21-27, 2002

Cover Story: Big Del
From major label to indie label to Handsome Boy Modeling School, Deltron 3030, Push Button Objects and the Gorillaz, East Bay rapper Del the Funky Homosapien has a theory: adapt or perish.


News: Dad's Wallet
The thousands of retired people sitting in paid-for, million-dollar houses in Silicon Valley make easy targets for con artists and thieves, who are ripping them off in record numbers. Law enforcement is happy to help--but what kind of parent wants to put their own kids in jail?

It's 10pm, Do You Know?: Kids aren't having casual sex, they're having oral sex.

Public Eye: Eight crazy nights, San Jose style.

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Biter: There's a Cow in My Pie.

Techsploits: Mother Cyborg.

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Mr. Kiss Kiss Bling Bling: The 20th official Bond film, 'Die Another Day' is as surreal and fantastic as 'Goldfinger' must have been on the day it opened.

In Spectre Gadgets: James Bond: a child's introduction to globalization.

Wafer Clause: 'The Crime of Father Amaro' is a justly popular--and scandalous--melodrama from Mexico.

Band of Renown: 'Standing in the Shadows of Motown' unearths the real brains behind Hitsville, USA.

Troll From the Knoll: The second gunman surfaces in 'Interview With the Assassin.'

Cornhusker: 'Tully' is a gentle film from a gentler America.

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New York State of Mind: South Bay indie band Ee jets to CMJ and rocks the Guggenheim.

Aural Fixation: Find out where new bands can play and what local club bookers are looking for.

All Shook Down: Pearl Jam's new record is a typically frustrating listen .

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Grandma or Not: Jasmine Alley's Chinese food tastes so good that it renders rumors irrelevant.


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