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Cover For the Week of
November 22-28, 2001

Cover Story: Liars, Liars
The truth about lies: we can't live without them.

News: Wheels of Misfortune
Caltrain's dirty little secret? Most of the riders during the dotcom boom rode for free.

Public Eye: Mountain View mayor Mario Ambra faces corruption charges.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Poses with Lobsters.

Work: Network admin blues.

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Family Fables: Too many films today want to tighten the bonds of family obligation--especially during the holidays.

Milk Cow Blues: Subtle yet heartbreaking 'Djomeh' questions the rural life with insight and delicacy.

Burns and Allen: Ed Burns' 'Sidewalks of New York' pays homage to Woody Allen's technique, not insight.

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Kinky Shins: Inheriting from the Kinks, the Shins breed perfect pop.

Audio Delight: With 'dorisMartini' audio magazine, pesky subscription cards are a thing of the past.

Aural Fixation: Family Values mixed it up as tour mates guested on each others' songs at Compaq Center.

All Shook Down: Everyone loves American music, but when do we get to hear the best of the rest of the world?

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Oh, Joe: The original meat market continues to serve up atmosphere.

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Ask Cleve: 'Cosi fan tutte' masks the mirth in Mozart.


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