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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
February 13-19, 2003

Cover Story: The Joy of No Sex
Hooked on hooking up? Try celibacy as an alternative to lurid love.

X-treme Sex: We're all sex-addicted to some degree, but when does it become too much?

Valentine's Day Roundup: Fun things to do on Valentine's Day.


News: County's Bounty
In the midst of one of the most severe cash crises in history, the county handed out raises as usual this past December, to the tune of $1.6 million.

Public Eye: Gonzo's State of the City address.

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Biter: The Rolling Stones show was a gas, gas, gas.

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Pox Americana: Phillip Noyce's 'The Quiet American' traces the roots of America's role in Vietnam through a closely watched love triangle.

Radar Love: 'Daredevil' comes to the screen as a tepid, sometimes laughable, actioner.

One-Shot Masterpiece: 'Russian Ark': Three centuries, 96 minutes, one shot.

More Maverick: Cinequest adds James Woods, Val Kilmer and Stephen Frears to list of festival honorees.

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Breakout: When Karate High School hits the stage, anything can (and does) happen.

Aural Fixation: Stikmon goes for broke with new performing-arts center.

The Last Daddy: A Metro music critic remembers his four decades with Lou Harrison.

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Chic Pick: California Cafe reigns as a destination point for Asian-inspired nouveau cuisine--and desserts to sigh for.


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