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Winter Music Guide 2003

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For the Week of
April 14-20, 2004

Cover Story: Korn Star:
Monologue man Josh Kornbluth learns to love the IRS in 'Love & Taxes.'

News: The High Price of Education
The East Side buys a state of the art high school--at $15 million over budget.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Hide and Seek: Playing find-the-documents with the valley's cagey labor council.

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Biter: The difference between free speech and running off at the mouth.

Techsploits: What if you had a flash mob, and no mobs came?

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A Different Beat: Poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti's arty side shows at new San Jose Museum exhibit.

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Dancer in the Bark: Attacking an elephant with a peashooter, Lars von Trier takes on America in 'Dogville.'

'Bill' Paying: When everything is cool, nothing is hip--Quentin Tarantino kills again.

Moral Fiber: 'The Girl Next Door' attempts an ethics lecture about living with porn stars.

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Flow Pro: San Jose rapper Prozack Turner contemplates the music business, his next move and why eating cats isn't racist.

Aural Fixation: Blake Sennett's latest project, the Elected, offers eclectic twang on its debut, 'Me First.'

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Out of the Ordinary: Two local restaurants bring Afghan cuisine to the masses.

Club Life: Forbes Mill Steakhouse in Los Gatos.

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Greed and Gold: San Jose Stage Company moves B. Traven's 'The Treasure of the Sierra Madre' to the stage.


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