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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
January 12-18, 2005

Cover Story: Earth to San Jose:
Quakes soccer team needs stadium.

News: Forgotten Care
State officials plan to funnel disabled adults into community-care facilities, where monitoring their progress will be difficult.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Midday Match.

Techsploits: Annalee Newitz is fuming mad over the final verdict in the Harrah's Makeup case.

Rev: My first auto show.

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The Great Black Hope: Ken Burns' new documentary about boxer Jack Johnson tries to reconcile liberal ideals with American racism.

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The Quality of Mercy: Al Pacino shows us the scorn of the scorned man in a magnificent 'Merchant of Venice.'

Hoop, There It Is: 'Coach Carter': Richmond, town without pity.

Hotel Hell: Don Cheadle tries to hold back the terror of genocide in 'Hotel Rwanda.'

Naked Cities: Ashcan poetry, men with guns: two weeks of Noir City at the Balboa Theater.

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Get Up, Stand Up: Music activism doesn't stop with Nov. 2.

?uest Is on Fire: Roots drummer Ahmir '?uestlove' Thompson takes a break from recording 'Game Theory' to spin in San Jose.

Club Life: Agenda Lounge in San Jose.

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Go Ahead, Slurp: Maru Ichi keeps a noodle tradition alive.

Live Feed: Streets of Eats: East Santa Clara St.

5 Places to Love: Vegetarian restaurants.

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Storied Steps: The Margaret Wingrove Dance Company puts some of the greatness back in 'Gatsby.'


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