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Winter Music Guide 2003

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
February 18-25, 2004

Cover Story: Saratoga Dreaming:
How did a high school in a land of scenic beauty, expensive cars and 4.0 GPAs become the center of a firestorm over stolen test results, death threats and bomb-making chemicals?

News: The Invisible Primary
Anybody remember the Green Party?

The Fly: Could San Francisco's progressive gay marriage policy affect San Jose?

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Biter: A new website offers liberal love.

Techsploits: The most wanted jobs of the new millennium are in genomics.

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Monkey Business: The King Library hosts 'Art of the Zodiac,' a look at how Taiwan artists interpret the year of the monkey.

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Primed for Passions: Cruciflix season--Mel's 'Passion' vs. 'The Gospel of John.'

Bones of Contention: 'The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra' is based on sworn testimony! Can you prove it did not happen?

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Puro Pop For Now People: Latin music gets remixed by the next generation at the MACLA One Festival.

Aural Fixation: Ones and Zeros gears up to release its third album.

Metro's Club of the Week: The Cardinal Lounge.

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Beefing Up: After mad cow, is the barbecue still on?

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Stormy Webber: 'Starlight Express' is music-theater equivalent to AmTrak.


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