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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
May 11-17, 2005

Cover Story: The Lost Boy:
Mountain View's Kenneth Ballard was on extended duty in Iraq when his mother got the call every parent fears. Now, the aftermath.

News: Uncover Up:
The SJSU athletics department literally shook its finger at the Spartan dancers' racy routines. But dancers say it was the administration that pressured them to sex it up.

The Fly: District 7: The Contenders.

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Silicon Alleys: Long Live the Paperback Revolution.

Techsploits: Merit Badge.

Rev: All Things Motorcycle: Part 1: You concentrate totally on riding. It calms you. And because you are so focused, you see everything.

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Love That Dirty Water: Lucrecia Martel's 'The Holy Girl' delves into the murky waters of Argentine life.

Sisterhood: Judi Dench and Maggie Smith go ga-ga over a castaway in rustic period piece 'Ladies in Lavender.'

Think Differently: John Cadigan's journey through schizophrenia is profiled in 'People Say I'm Crazy.'

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Tight Knit: Bluesman Tommy Castro navigates these streets.

Dead Ahead: Phil Lesh goes truckin' through the past.

Up the Dosage: San Jose Civic Auditorium and Live 105 BFD? WTF?

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Havana Affair: Looking for good Cuban food in the Bay Area? Meet Los Cubano's.

Live Feed: Willow Street Chef Wins Big in Vegas.

5 Things to Love: Salmon Alternatives.

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Casualties of Word War: The head and the heart try to meet in SJ Rep's 'Hannah and Martin.'

Fine Finale: The ballet finished its season with an eclectic flourish.


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