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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
March 3-10, 2004

Cover Story: Last Ride:
Sunnyvale model David Berridge was killed by an undocumented driver. Would driver's license reform have given him a better chance?

News: Happily Ever After?
Gays discover what Bush America thinks of them outside SF City Hall.

Honeymoon's Over: The next wave may be gay divorce.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Can reality TV serve as a career counselor?

Techsploits: 'HaXXXor': Half porno, half hacker instructional video.

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Cinequest 2004: Complete coverage of the 2004 filmfest.

Reclaiming a Life: Palo Alto filmmaker Bill Rose's Cinequest documentary 'The Loss of Nameless Things' honors a playwright whose life took a turn into oblivion.

Festival Fever: Cinequest 2004 capsule reviews.

Horse-Case Scenario: Viggo Mortensen gallops to glory in 'Hidalgo.'

Never Forget: 'Osama' finds the core of anger in a family of women under the thumb of the Taliban.

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Boys in the 'Hood: Hometown heroes Dubwize haven't lost their roots in the tight-knit neighborhoods of Salinas .

Aural Fixation: Exclusive new San Jose dance club offers guests the VIP treatment.

Stopping Time: The San Jose Chamber Orchestra reached for spiritual heights in performance of Messiaen's 'Quartet for the End of Time.'

Club Life: Hookah Nites Cafe.

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Complex Simon: Author and visiting SJSU teacher Simon Winchester knows a lot about just about everything.

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Royal Family Dining: The heat is on at Mountain View's Taj Mahal restaurant.

Cheap Eats: The Happy Hound in Los Gatos.


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