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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
December 26, 2002-January 1, 2003

Cover Story: Grin and Bare It
How will you welcome in 2003? Metro's guide to the parties, concerts and--yes, recovery programs.


News: Not Making Tracks
The voter-approved BART-to-San Jose line appears headed for derailment.

Public Eye: Redevelopment director Susan Schick to feed the angry masses. The question is, what?

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Biter: A list of reasons to cheer the f--- up.

Techsploits: WiFi Peril.

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Orchid Grinder: 'Adaptation' stars Nicolas Cage--and Nicolas Cage--in a postmodern celebration of writing.

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

Sleeping Beauty: Pedro Almodóvar strikes again with the beautifully weird romance 'Talk to Her.'

Walkabout: 'Rabbit-Proof Fence': an honest heartbreaker.

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Summer Jam: Hip-hop in 2002 was one long summer anthem.

Aural Fixation: Death Angel Rules; So Long Kleidon's.

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Ready, Set, Glow: Adding to its bounty, Los Gatos scores again with its very own Kuleto's tucked into a new luxury hotel.

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Trouble Man: Raving comic Lewis Black talks about idiocy, screaming and the bright side of Trent Lott.


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