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Cover For the Week of
December 27, 2001-January 2, 2002

Cover Story: Say What?!
Last year was a time when many in the public eye would have done well to remain speechless. But alas, out poured their words--of wisdom, wit and wild nonsense.


News: Weird and Weirder
A roundup of amazing-but-true stories from the year that was.

Public Eye: Pat Dando says she's not committed as co-chair for Ron Gonzales' re-election campaign.

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Work: Surveillance Superstars!

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Trench Revelation: 'No Man's Land' is about war--and more.

Rug Burn: Bud E. Luv takes on the secret world of hair at a screening of 'Ocean's Eleven.'

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Killer Colombian: Shakira's music has taken the Latin world by storm. But singing in a second tongue, is she just another hot blond diva?

Aural Fixation: Local bands reminisce about memorable New Years past.

All Shook Down: Langley Project a frightening portent of things to come.

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Forward, Marché: Menlo Park eatery makes great culinary strides.

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Naughty Noel: SJ Rep makes joyful mayhem with 'A Flea in Her Ear.'


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