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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
November 27-December 4, 2002

Cover Story: The Secret Seven
Here's a group of Palo Alto officials so shadowy even the people in it aren't sure what it does. But rest assured, if all hell breaks loose, they'll be in charge.

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Biter: The 60-Second Tan.

Techsploits: All Information, All the Time.

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Lost in Love Space: 'Solaris' and 'Daughter From Danang' take different paths in search of past ties.

Cramming: 'The Emperor's Club' is this year's 'Goodbye, Mr. Chips.'

Tooning Out: 'Spike and Mike' vs. Disney's 'Treasure Planet.'

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Back to Afrika: Before you put Eminem or Cam'ron on a pedestal, their achievements pale in comparison to hip-hop's godfather, Afrika Bambaataa.

Rebirth: Andrew Bales talks about how the ballet found a way to keep the symphony alive.

New World: Guest conductor David Loebel led San Jose's new symphony through a vivid reading of Dvorák's 'From the New World.'

Aural Fixation: Pirate-radio jock Michael Magic's current medium of choice is TV.

All Shook Down: '8 Mile' is more about class consciousness than dirty lyrics.

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Pasta With a Cause: Looking to reinvigorate your Italian taste buds? Menlo Park's Trellis may be the answer.

Cheap Eats: Dac Phuc in San Jose.


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