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Silicon Valley Owner's Manual

For the Week of
January 15-21, 1998

Cover: Silicon Soul
Along with its economic and technological achievements, the valley is experiencing a cultural revolution in the arts, media, architecture and style.

Nanosecond to None: The valley's transformation from a manufacturing to an information economy translates into speed.

Faces of Change: The 'next generation' emerges, giving the valley new heart and soul.

Plus, Silicon Valley through the decades.

News: Big City Blues
The '90s have been boom time for Silicon Valley business, but success has meant clogged freeways and outrageous housing prices for most valley residents.

Rolling for Dollars: When fat cells meet a rolling pin, dreams fall flat.

Public Eye: Yet another candidate in the San Jose mayor's race?


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The Scarlet Letter: Fritz Lang's classic M returns with restored vengeance.

Lacking Punch: Jim Sheridan's The Boxer is slow on its feet.

Hello, Dalai: Kundun is more lesson than movie.

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Sour to Sweet: After Skankin' Pickle started to rot, Mike Park started Asian Man Records, the valley's hottest new record company, in his garage.

Groove Thing: Nicky Baxter on Donald Harrison's Nouveau Swing world.

Rosy-Fingered Donnas: Can the next great rock band really be from Palo Alto?

A Kingly Symphony: Stravinsky's rarely heard Oedipus Rex dominates SJ Symphony Signature concert.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Stunt Monkey, Lecture on Nothing, the Promise Ring and Rooster.

Beat Street: Consolidated dropped, releases Dropped.

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Southern Man: Chef/owner Giancarlo Cucumo pleases south-county palates.


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