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Winter Music Guide 2003

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For the Week of
March 10-17, 2004

Cover Story: How Saddam Was Sold:
Meet the UCSC grad who co-authored the study that sent the Bush administration scrambling with its indictment of the U.S. case for war in Iraq.

News: Street Soldiers
Real community organizing is returning to San Jose.

Disquiet in San Jose: South Bay Mobilization group acts out against war.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Thoughts on that least favorite of tasks: moving to a new house.

Techsploits: The mainstream "progressive" media still hasn't figured out high-tech activism.

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Canvasing the Century: 'Picasso to Thiebaud' displays a wealth of 20th-century art at Stanford's Cantor Center for Visual Arts.

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Cinequest 2004: Complete coverage of the 2004 filmfest.

Festival Fever: Cinequest 2004 capsule reviews.

Christian Soldier: Cinequest's closing-night documentary, 'The Conscientious Objector,' focuses on the quiet heroism of Desmond T. Doss.

Commie Mommy: 'Good Bye, Lenin!' is a heartfelt comedy about the end of the worker's paradise.

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More Than a Feeling: What does William Hung's loss and subsequent rise say about pop iconography and ourselves?

Aural Fixation: Tesla plays the Bone's listener-appreciation party at Great America.

Narrow Range: Symphony Silicon Valley's latest concert focuses on a slim sliver of the classical repertoire.

Club Life: The Vault Ultra Lounge.

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Canal Zone: A San Jose writer succumbs to the lure of Venice's gondoliers in a new memoir.

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Coming Out on Tapas: Mountain View's Cascal succeeds with small plates, big heart.

Cheap Eats: La Victoria Taqueria in downtown San Jose.

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War and Regret: TheatreWorks looks at timeless social tensions in 'All My Sons.'


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