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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
January 13-19, 2000

Cover: Broken Homebuyers
Valley residents complain that their brand-new homes are crooked and falling apart.


News: Violent Signs
A local woman says that if police acted on her report of an attempted rape by an ex-con, Gloria Bonilla might still be alive.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: Judge rules in favor of district on Broadway.
  • Monte Sereno: Monte Sereno residents just say no to open-space notion.

Pot Shot: Weed freaks get into the 12-step shuffle.

Public Eye: John Diquisto goes to the sewer.


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Pouring on the Brass: SJ Symphony's Copland choice looked better in print than it sounded on stage.

Jazz Lit: Writers, poets and musicians intersect at San Jose Museum's five-night series of readings and performances.

Aural Fixation: Sacramento's Luxt delivers a sinister growl at Cactus performance.

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Ryder of the Storm: Winona Ryder takes a hiatus from life as a mental patient in therapeutically vague 'Girl, Interrupted.'

Light in The Forest: 'Snow Falling on Cedars' offers visual poetry.

Ride the Whirlwind: 'The Hurricane' simplifies a complex case.

Staging the Past: A crowd of actors resurrects '30s stage history in 'Cradle Will Rock.'

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Job Gone: A Silicon Valley fairy tale.

[Dining]
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Thai One On: Joe Izzo rediscovers the joy of fire and ice at Siam.


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