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Cover For the Week of
December 6-12, 2001

Cover Story: The Peacock Clause
KNTV jettisoned its local identity to become the Bay Area's NBC affiliate. That's if the deal goes through.

News: Irradiation on Aisle Two
Terrorism throws a twist into the irradiated food debate.

Public Eye: Redistricting causes confusion for local Democratic hopefuls.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Journey to Umunhum.

Work: Nymity Rules.

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Watery Rave: Original 'Ocean's 11' had more sense and style than Steven Soderbergh remake.

Superior Film: What do you do with drunken sailors? Make a movie about them.

LDS Trip: 'Brigham City' is a Mormon who-done-it.

Pulling Swank: Period drama 'Affair of the Necklace' is an albatross around Hilary Swank's neck.

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By George: Remembering George Harrison as so much more than just the Shy One.

Sax and the City: David Sanchez reworks a musical genre to masterful effect.

Aural Fixation: Local guitarists reflect on George Harrison's death.

All Shook Down: Sometimes the music outlives the mores of an era.

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Dolly of the Vahl's: The ninetysomething owner of this Alviso landmark still keeps dinner warm.


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