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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
January 6-12, 2000

Cover: Silicon Species
Silicon Valley is the incubator and we are the guinea pigs as scientists begin to examine how technology transforms us.


News: Bulldozing Burrows
How the city of Santa Clara got permission to bulldoze the land which is home to nine pairs of environmentally threatened burrowing owls.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Police log two separate stabbings in three days.
  • Los Gatos: Fire investigating team retires together.

Sweat Surrender: It's up at the crack of dawn to battle the bulge.

Public Eye: Is candidate a starvin' Marfan? Black and Latino pols eye same Assembly seat. Fear and loathing in Monte Sereno.


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Aural Fixation: Moodfrye goes upbeat on new EP.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by 100 Watt Smile, Medeski, Martin and Wood and Lee Hazlewood.

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Boogie Bored: Paul Thomas Anderson pays homage to Robert Altman's 'Short Cuts' in episodic 'Magnolia.'

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Bedtimes: 'Before You Sleep' quilts a harrowing, surreal marriage patch.

Book Picks: Reviews of 'The Best of Temp Slave' and 'Full Exposure.'

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Porn Again: A job for the twenty-first century.

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Last Laugh: Local cartoonist Charles Schulz retires his popular Peanuts comic strip.

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Listen Up, Pig Boy: Christina Waters discusses some of the less-talked-about points of etiquette for dining out.

A La Carte: Downtown institution Casa Castillo opens new doors.


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