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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
April 15-21, 1999

Cover: There Goes the Neighborhood
Are mini-mansions destroying the integrity of the valley's best historical neighborhoods?


News: Venture Void
Female entrepreneurs say it's still a man's world at the top, where their bids for venture capital often fail.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Willow Glen: Car wash was 'robbed' by employee's friend.
  • Campbell: Del Grande told to get rid of abandoned cars--once again.
  • Key West: We all what for ice cream?

Public Eye: VTA Board chair Pete McHugh brings pal Jim Beall along for $50 ride.

Word Play: The Poetry Bug keeps the spirit of creativity alive.


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Stubbornly Original: Lowlife bard Tom Waits continue to elaborate on his unique musical niche on Mule Variations.

Wolf on His Own: Cesar Rosas of Los Lobos goes solo on Soul Disguise.

Kernel of Korn: A brief review of Korn's hard rockin' Oakland show.

Aural Fixation: Wet weather failed to dampen spirits at last Thursday's SFMX.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Laurie Geltman, Friends of Dean Martinez and Ian Moore.

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Waif Until Dark: Eacute;lodie Bouchez soars in new French drama The Dreamlife of Angels.

Lizards in the Bed: Michael Powell's Peeping Tom is one of the most gorgeous horror films ever made.

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Crab Feast: Sunnyvale's Crab Station is a reasonably-priced live-searfood extravaganza,where diners choose their entrees from tanks.

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Raising the Dead: Sweet Chaos traces the strange history of the Grateful Dead.


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