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Winter Music Guide 2003

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
April 21-27, 2004

Cover Story: The Mess We're In:
What the U.S. government is privately saying--and not telling the public--about what's gone wrong in Iraq.

News: You're Fired!
A new survey shows the county workforce is top-heavy, leading to a new round of bickering over who should be laid off.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Back on the Trail: Coyote Creek scares many outdoor enthusiasts, but improvements are supposedly on the way.

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Biter: In the basement again, at the Scott Peterson trial.

Techsploits: The HomestarRunner.com webtoons prove that Flash animation doesn't have to be on the lame side.

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Wife in the Water: Locally made drama 'Skin Deep' charts a course of murder along the racial divide.

Pax Tampa: Marvel Comics' least interesting character debuts in 'The Punisher.'

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Manifesto Destiny: From Monument to Masses makes music for the people.

Aural Fixation: A Burning Water released debut album 'We Can See the Sky From Here' last Friday.

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In the Pink: Casa Vicky's homey feel sets an appropriate mood for its home-cooked food.

Club Life: The Heritage Theatre in Campbell.

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Bat Soars at Opera: Opera San José bids farewell to Montgomery Theater with superlative Strauss.

'Millie' Not Vanilla: American Musical Theatre delivers a tasty revamping of 'Thoroughly Modern Millie.'

Gags Reflex: Northside Theatre Co. welcomes 'The Nerd' who wouldn't leave.

Greed Breed: The lure of gold turns men into murderers in SJ Stage Co.'s 'Treasure of the Sierra Madre.'


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