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Winter Music Guide 2003

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
January 15-21, 2004

Cover Story: The Accidental Terrorist:
One man's saga of airport detention, misplaced baggage and bonding over karaoke.

News: Deport This Man
A discontented, penniless immigrant beseeches the government for a one-way trip to Russia. But the feds say they're no travel agents.

The Fly: San Francisco's new mayor ducks questions about his SCU past.

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Biter: Nickel Spa treats men like women ... and women like pink bunnies.

Notes From the Underbelly: "The unsunn'd heaps of miser's treasure": Eric "ug" Carlson discovers remnants of old San Jose.

Techsploits: A new book shows how to create V-people--social bots that can be used to replace service workers or game players online.

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On the Etch: Printmakers show at WORKS displays wide range of tastes and techniques.

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Party of One: Neve Campbell steps forward as a ballet dancer in Robert Altman's 'The Company.'

Caine Unable: They said police work was dull and routine, and then 'The Statement' proved it.

The Mann Act: The Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley revives a score of films by director Anthony Mann, Jan. 17-Feb. 21.

Canadian Sunset: A Quebec professor goes in style in 'The Barbarian Invasions.'

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Popular Mechanics: Captured! By Robots reinterprets the greatest story ever told.

Aural Fixation: dredg debuted new songs to a full house at the Catalyst.

Metro's Club of the Week: Club V.

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Tipping Points: Calculating it is confusing, and cynics call it a subsidy. An inside look at the art of tipping.

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Grace Under Fire: The José Limón Dance Company brings two of the famed Mexican-American choreographer's most renowned works to San Jose.

Like a Dreamgirl: Frenchie Davis doesn't need Fox to be an American Idol.


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