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Cover For the Week of
December 13-19, 2001

Cover Story: Off-Road At Last
Is the supersized SUV the latest casualty of war?

News: Alley Cats
The East Coast version of the dotcom downturn--in 'Silicon Alley'--is no big whoop to New Yorkers.

Public Eye: County Department of Corrections audit is due out this week.

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Work: Sex studies at MIT.

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Bathing Beauty: Nearly silent 'Tuvalu' gives viewers a bracing comic bath.

Executive Action: Stockard Channing works twice as hard to make 'The Business of Strangers' succeed.

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Dream Time: Todd Wilkinson and Team Sleep awaken to fame and fortune...sort of.

Hell-Bent Before the Holiday's: Sum 41 and System of a Down turned up the amps at LIVE-105's Not So Silent Night.

Aural Fixation: AC/DC tribute band shook the Usual all night long.

All Shook Down: When shock rock loses its power to offend the parents of the '60s, what's next?

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Sneaky Eating: Agenda's attempt to be both a downtown club and a fancy eatery is a surprising recipe for success.

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Dickens and Beyond: SJ Stage Company and Teatro Visión take different approaches to the holiday season.


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