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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 19-25, 2005

Cover Story: Zodiac Theory:
Did Stanford dropout Ted Bundy have a hand in the Bay Area's most infamous murder spree?

News: Rambling Roz
The story of the woman behind the six-year battle to save San Jose Medical Center.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: In Range: Thursday night at Target Masters.

Techsploits: Apple hates its fans.

Rev: Prius Plus: Whew, not some crazy electric hippie car, this one's practical! And it does all the thinking for you.

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Mayhem in Miniature: The true-crime dioramas of the Nutshell Studies scale murder down to dollhouse size.

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Elektra Frying: The screen version of 'Elektra' brings to an end a tangled skein of superhero lineage.

The System Works: Conflicted 'In Good Company' salutes the rebirth of a salesman.

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School Daze: David Jacobs-Strain grows into his voice on 'Ocean.'

Coin-Operated Band: Who sings that crazy song? It's the Dresden Dolls.

Polivnick Makes His Case: Symphony Silicon Valley guest conductor Paul Polivnick led the orchestra in its best concert of the season.

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Hooray For Malay: Layang Layang is a top stop for Malaysian food.

Live Feed: Pyramid Remodel.

5 Places to Love: Good Burger Joints.

Club Life: Monte Carlo in Mountain View; Mulcahy's on the Avenue in San Jose.

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Windy City Moves: 'Chicago' bumps and grinds but isn't sexy enough.


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