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Cover For the Week of
November 29-December 5, 2001

Cover Story: Familia Divided
Northern California's most violent Latino gang, Nuestra Familia, is breaking up. And that makes for one hell of a mess.

News: Public Eye
Enterprising commuter maps the speed of the light-rail system.

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On the Frizz: At Hair Wars 2001, the stylist is God.

Work: State of emergency.

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Sock Monkey Melee: Comic artist Tony Millionaire adds edge to 'Spike and Mike.'

Reruns: The best pieces in 'Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation' are the repeats.

Uninspyred: Listless 'Spy Game' wanders all over the map.

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Royal Flush: Newly released Bebel Gilberto CD is a brilliant remix of dreamy bossa nova.

The Girls Can Rock: AC/DC cover band Hell's Belles takes back heavy metal.

Aural Fixation: True to Form alums regroup with new band.

All Shook Down: In concert, J. Lo proved that she can lip-sync and she can dance--just not at the same time.

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Bold and Brasserie: Los Gatos Brewing Company endures with a flourish and a French twist.

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Le Scrooge: City Lights' 'Miser' gives French side of 'Christmas Carol.'


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