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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
January 16-22, 2003

Cover Story: Born in the USA
Like thousands of transplanted families before them, Indian immigrants struggle to raise their kids in their cultural tradition, even in the melting pot of America. And sometimes, it works.


News: Crawling to the Airport
As San Jose sits perched on the edge of a $1.3 billion airport expansion and the feds kick up anti-terrorist requirements, the light rail connection has been virtually erased. And some say, this was the mayor's plan all along.

Public Eye: SJ Fire Chief Manuel Alarcon quits.

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Biter: Being a Paul Weller fan for two decades requires a lot of patience.

Notes From the Underbelly: Plural of City Hall.

Techsploits: Enjoy Your Disease!

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Enron's Scarlet Letter: The TV docudrama 'The Crooked E' spreads the blame for Enron's collapse too thin, but makes its points at the margins.

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Domestic Demons: Julianne Moore reads Virginia Woolf as she fears the emotional wolves at the door in 'The Hours.'

Shadows of Motown: 'Narc' unleashes Ray Liotta's rogue cop.

Tackle Box: 'The Isle' is a Korean film guaranteed to frighten the fish.

Blindmen in the Buff: Doris Dörrie's 'Naked' is a spirited comedy of sex, success and disenchantment.

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Jazzy Sensation: Jazz legends David Brubeck and Diana Krall know who Taylor Eigsti is. You will, too.

Banana Squash: Stunt Monkey goes wild in the punk-pop jungle.

Aural Fixation: The Edge in Palo Alto returns.

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Buoyed by Sushi: Cruise on in to Kazoo, where delicious sushi, sashimi or teriyaki guarantees smooth sailing.

Cheap Eats: Pizza My Heart in downtown San Jose.


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