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For the Week of
February 12-18, 2004

Cover Story: Blue Love:
Sex and politics mix in Bertolucci's revolutionary 'Dreamers.'

News: Disclosing Henry Manayan
Assembly seat seeker screws up tax forms and résumé, ticks off state regulators but says he's working out the kinks.

The Fly: Silicon Valley's business elite gives thumbs up to Schwarzenegger's bond plan.

Choke Hold: Business leaders are counting on the governor to squeeze worker benefits.

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Biter: 'The Lord of the Rings' may be disguised as a sexless geek-boy epic, but this trilogy is riddled with more dating tips than an issue of 'Seventeen' magazine.

Notes From the Underbelly: Eric "ug" Carlson's Hawaiian eye.

Techsploits: Orkut.com is evil.

Heart Day's Night: Red-hot Valentine's Day event listings.

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Candy Caning: 'Hard Candy' show at SJICA casts a jaundiced eye on sweet treats.

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Mountain Main: 'Touching the Void' chronicles a nerve-racking descent that tested two climbers to the limit.

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Charizma Comes Alive: A Milpitas rap legend is immortalized on the rerelease 'Big Shots.'

Aural Fixation: San Jose's Insolence still high from Japan's SonicMania.

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Sexual Healing: Talking 'Chicken' with David Henry Sterry.

Tao-Ner: Ripping off the Buddha, one path at a time.

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Box of Love: The famed Whitman's Sampler is one solid pound of history.

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A Doll's Life: The ballet provides comedic flourishes for 'Coppélia.'


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