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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
April 13-19, 2005

Cover Story: Paint or Die:
Boarding legend Steve Caballero is leading a new movement among skate rats: fine art.

News: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes:
Sure, the laws surrounding medical marijuana can be complicated. But when county officials' enforcement of them started looking as wacky as the tobacky, activists got fired up.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Silicon Alleys: There's nowhere in SV to hide from Gary Singh's new column.

Techsploits: Open Maps.

Rev: FamilyMobile: Though I had high hopes the United States would be blessed with the presence of the updated VW Microbus—we've been dissed!

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MACLA Scene: For its first biennial show, MACLA surveys the state of California Chicana and Chicano art.

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Shell Shock: 'Turtles Can Fly' captures children's dreams of the end of the world in war-torn Iraq.

Hardware Wars: Park Chan-wook's cult revenge thriller 'Oldboy' cuts closer to the bone than 'Saw.'

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Stereopathetic: Is it possible to love Beck and despise Scientology?

Do It Like a G.O.!: Submit to the Go! Team's not-so-subtle charms.

House of Glass: Cabrillo Festival announces summer lineup, including West Coast premiere of Philip Glass' 'Lewis and Clark' piano concerto.

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In Search Of Omakase: Mountain View's Sushi Tomi offers a rare opportunity for a little-known sushi tradition.

Live Feed: The Return of Uncle Frank's.

5 Places to Love: Great Dim Sum Restaurants.

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Wagner on The Rocks: Opera San José steers a course through a stormy 'Flying Dutchman' at the California Theatre.

Topping Off: TheatreWorks dresses up for 'Crowns,' a salute to Southern gospel finery.


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