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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
December 19-25, 2002

Cover Story: Little Miss Knock You Out
Can a 16-year-old girl boxer from San Jose break the Olympic ceiling?


News: Public Eye
County Supe Blanca Alvarado vs. a Merc reporter.

[Features]
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Hello, Sani-Claws!: Metro's highly ethical survival guide to the holidays.

Biter: The Thief That Keeps on Giving.

Notes From the Underbelly: Applejacks as Metaphor.

Techsploits: I Was Wrong.

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Tower of Power: Gollum plots upon his 'precious' while Middle Earth descends into the chaos of war in 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.'

Good Sailor Hunting: Denzel Washington's 'Antwone Fisher' is a movie fit for the Eisenhower age.

Clone Alone: 'Star Trek: Nemesis' brings the series to a much-needed close.

The Anti-Bond: In 'Evelyn,' Pierce Brosnan tries to play love in the house of spy.

Bury the Hatchet: Martin Scorsese's 'Gangs of New York' isn't ready to rumble.

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Feel For You: The Pattern doesn't neglect its influences and ends up making rock & roll that just may influence you.

Aural Fixation: Roach Rules.

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The Bitter and the Sweet: Revisiting the baroque Italian world of Viaggio.

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Persistent Pain: Standup Christopher Titus is so funny it hurts.


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