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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
March 16-22, 2000

Cover: How2K
A practical guide to modern living in Silicon Valley.

Streamlined Living: Pare down and live simply.
Put Up Yer Dukes: Don't get mad, get even.
Cruising: Transit made simple.
Soul Relief: Free your inner self.
Get in on the Gold Rush: Grab a fistful of cash and join the party.
Domestic Bliss: Make your house into a home.


News: Public Eye
Hard feelings abide after Manny Diaz beat Tony West in a tough Assembly race.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: Residents teed off by lack of preference.
  • Los Gatos: County craves empty nest; residents won't fly away.


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All Mixed Up: Celebrity DJ Danny Tenaglia has good taste, but his new mix album is no substitute for making your own.

Expansion Joints: Montalvo's Performing Arts Series expands to Los Gatos and Santa Clara.

Anchored in Beethoven: San Jose Chamber Orchestra played its part in the city's ongoing celebration of the composer.

Aural Fixation: Bennigan's Bar & Grill in Santa Clara host's an Irish blowout this Friday.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by The Reverend Horton Heat, The Bloodhound Gang and Madonna.

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Pupil Wrangler: In Zhang Yimou's 'Not One Less,' the country is not like a garden.

The Zen of Mafia: Jim Jarmusch's 'Ghost Dog' mixes samurai wisdom with mob intrigue.

Always Right: Julia Roberts overshadows quietly effective legal thriller 'Erin Brockovich.'

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Work: Noncom and nostalgia for email.

[Stage]
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War and Friendship: 'Not About Heroes' depicts the bond that grew between WWI poets Owen and Sassoon.

Forum Follies: American Musical Theater of San Jose keeps the fun hopping in 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.'

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Bucket Eats: All walks of humanity rub shoulders at By-Th-Bucket, enjoying just about everything that can be baked, fried, broiled or steamed.

A La Carte: Denizens of Wolfgang Puck's empire will help the celebrity chef cater to the stars.


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