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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
December 5-11, 2002

Cover Story: Diary of a Mad WiFi
Could Internet anarchy be just a short car ride away?


News: Guess Who's Coming for Drinks?
Club crashing with South Bay's guerrilla queer bar chapter.

Public Eye: Palo Alto City Council infighting.

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Biter: Weimers, Not Whiners!

Notes From the Underbelly: Ravishing San Jose.

Techsploits: Harry Porker and the Chamber of Semen.

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Waste Not: 'FOUND' Magazine shows off throwaway glimpses of America's collective unconscious.

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Water Music: 'Singin' in the Rain' turns a lively, effortless 50 in a new print at the Stanford Theater.

SpongeBob Meets Gumby and Pokey: The Kids First! Film Festival arrives at the Camera 7.

Prophet of Loss: High finance and low cunning in 'The Bank.'

Exterminate!: 'Equilibrium' delivers a shocking--shocking, we say--warning of future events.

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Scream Dream: Primal Scream gets caught in another crossroads on 'Evil Heat.'

Finders Keepers: Santa Cruz's Rick Walker finds sound in the strangest places.

Aural Fixation: Reaction 31 and Divided.

All Shook Down: Rock critics can't help themselves when it comes to groups like the Flaming Lips.

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Guided by Niceness: Simple elegance and earthy ingredients guarantee Vin Santo's Willow Glen longevity.

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Comfort and Joy: Alternative holiday fare still celebrates seasonal sentiments at downtown's City Lights and San Jose Stage Company.


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