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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
February 6-12, 2003

Cover Story: Choe Time
Graffiti artist David Choe gets off the streets and into the galleries.


News: Work From Home! (Really!)
Visionary immigrant tells East Palo Altans the way out of poverty is to run your own business, and the government should help.

Public Eye: City employees confront manager Del Borgsdorf about pay issues.

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Biter: The Downtown Night Life Prevention Bureau.

Techsploits: Viva High-Tech Cuba.

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Sin City: The Stanford Theater opens up a treasure trove of film noir and pre-code movies.

Low Noon: Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan just aren't as unbearably adorable the second time around, in 'Shanghai Knights.'

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Cheeba Cheeba, Y'all: Morcheeba returns with a new crop of hits on 'Charango.' Smoke 'em if you got 'em.

Aural Fixation: Stuart Davis breathes life into acoustic rock on his not-so-posthumous new live album.

Lou Harrison, 1917-2003: Long-time Aptos resident and world-renowned composer Lou Harrison died of a heart attack Sunday, Feb. 2. He was 85. Read articles and reviews from our archives about Harrison..

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Taking Flight: Sonoma Chicken Coop draws a crowd during sports events, but its succulent spit-roast is the real goal.

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Dead Secrets Walking: San Jose Stage Company delves into the family hell of Ibsen's 'Ghosts.'

Verdi's Vengeance: A long-simmering anger fuels the fevered vocal flights of Opera San Jose's 'Il Trovatore.'

Canine Caper: A playwright's best friend is a dog character in City Lights' production of 'Sylvia.'


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