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Winter Music Guide 2003

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For the Week of
April 7-14, 2004

Cover Story: Trabajo:
The undocumented worker debate moves center-stage with Bush's proposal for three-year visas.

News: Get Rich: Raise Taxes
Let Los Gatos homeowners show you how.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: A Saratoga spa pampers more than just the body.

Techsploits: Annalee Newitz says the iPod is evil.

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Passing Fancies: A new exhibit in Los Gatos traces the touchy subject of preparing for the great beyond.

Visuals: A new show at WORKS samples the art of California MFA grads.

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Rock & Roll Royalty: From Mountain View to L.A., Rodney Bingenheimer crowned himself the 'Mayor of the Sunset Strip.'

Death and Texas: 'The Alamo' gives a revised, often accurate, version of the famed battle--John Wayne would have hated it.

Veni, Vidi, Vichy: Isabelle Adjani toys with murder in World War II-era French farce 'Bon Voyage.'

Whydunnit?: 'The United States of Leland' investigates a murder without apparent motive.

Zen Coens: The Coen brothers make peace with the 1955 classic caper comedy 'The Ladykillers.'

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Mega Men: Video games are bad for your eyes, but thanks to the Advantage, they're good for your ears.

Aural Fixation: Self-starting Oakland pop-punk quartet the Matches gets ready to catch fire with Epitaph release.

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Belly Pulpit: Taverna Gyros lends Sunnyvale some Old World Mediterranean charm.

Club Life: Tamarine in Palo Alto.

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Where There's a Willa: TheatreWorks opens the book on Willa Cather's 'My Ántonia.'


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