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Winter Music Guide 2003

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For the Week of
January 29-February 4, 2004

Cover Story: Cafe Kev:
In two decades on the air, DJ Kevvy Kev has helped build the Bay Area's hip-hop community.

News: Wayne's World, the Next Generation
Community-access television in San Jose will soon undergo major changes. Will that be enough to put it on a par with award-winning channels in Mountain View and Palo Alto?

The Fly: New superintendent left to clean up school district financial mess.

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Biter: Biter heads up to Canada in search of ex-Quakes coach Frank Yallop.

Notes From the Underbelly: Once upon a time, Palo Alto had real underbelly.

Techsploits: The kinky side of sci-fi geekdom.

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Raising Tokyo: Satoshi Kon's 'Tokyo Godfathers' uses anime to invigorate an old-fashioned tale of three bums and a baby.

No Effects: The time-travel shock waves aren't up to snuff in 'The Butterfly Effect.'

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This Is Slowcore?: This winter, hunker down with Timonium's stunning release 'Until He Finds Us.'

Please, Hamell, Don't Hurt 'Em: One-man punk band Hamell on Trial took on the world. At last count, he's up five to nothing.

Aural Fixation: Insolence played a warm-up for Japan at San Jose's VooDoo Lounge.

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Pucker Up: Blowfish Sushi brings raw fish to the beautiful people.

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Boppin' With the Blues: TheatreWorks rocks the house with 'Memphis' musical about birth of rock & roll.

The Family Endures: City Lights Theater Company follows a family's attempt to rebuild itself.

Fun With Fido: Tabard Theatre Company's new family-friendly show 'The Dog Sitters' shows some bite in its bark as it pokes fun at the foibles of canine keepers.


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