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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
January 30-February 5, 2003

Cover Story: Diner Primer
When times are tough, the tough get all-day omelettes: a celebration of the diner.


News: Public Consumption
As private industry cuts salaries and slashes budgets, the city of San Jose handed out more than a million dollars in pay increases to its managers at the end of 2002.

Public Eye: Two local newspapers sue the city of Palo Alto.

[Features]
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Biter: While on vacation, Biter gets happy feet over spotting Steve Martin.

Notes From the Underbelly: San Jose--Riveting Experience No. 87.

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Reels to Reels: Cinequest 13 announces full slate of mavericks, indies, docs and shorts for film festival.

Gas Huffer: Unlovable 'Love Liza' stretches 45 minutes of plot into an hour and a half.

Munched: The documentary 'Lost in La Mancha' traces the Terry Gilliam's quixotic attempt to film Cervantes.

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Louder Than a Bomb: To Michael Franti, it's easier to follow your heart than chase dollars.

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

Aural Fixation: The Donnas spend the night at the new Edge.

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Back Street Joys: Willow Glen's Siena Bistro keeps some tasty entrees hidden behind a modest exterior.


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