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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
May 17-23, 2001

Cover Story: Young Bucks
Struggling families in high-priced Silicon Valley are becoming three-income households--and working kids help make ends meet.


News: Higher Power
Thousands of PG&E customers haven't been getting billed by the utility giant--in some cases for months.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Los Gatos: Long-forgotten device turns up and spooks local hospital.
  • Willow Glen: Solution is finally on the way for a problem sewer pipe.
  • Saratoga: Recent homophobic incidents at school lead to start of club.

Health Shocker: We're not fat and lazy after all.

Public Eye: Vasco comes up smelling like a lei. DA investigates community college bond campaign. Shoreline's new sign.


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It's All Right, Lama: One of the world's great spiritual leaders, the Dalai Lama, comes to Shoreline for three days of teaching and meditation.

Notes From the Underbelly: Bowling San Jose.

Work: Intelligent Life?

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Simple Yet Profound: Life's big questions were answered in SJ Symphony's Mahler concert.

Mix and Match: The San Jose Chamber Orchestra welcomed five guest composers to its May 13 concert.

All Shook Down: Destiny's Child's Beyonce Knowles stars in a hip-hop 'Carmen.'

Aural Fixation: Stuart Davis gave a stunning performance in Santa Cruz.

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Who Needs Focus Groups? With a little help from the 'I Ching,' film critic Richard von Busack predicts the good, the bad and the sequel for this summer's movie season.

Dissing Disney: Clever animated feature 'Shrek' entertains the kids while poking malicious fun at Michael Eisner empire.

All That Glitters: Nick Nolte dominates stiff adaptation of Henry James' 'The Golden Bowl.'

Dotcom Dash: A new documentary traces the rise and fall of a website.

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Crossing Lines: Poets, novelists and musicians collaborate at museum's 'Intersections' series.

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Aegean Dreamin': Palo Alto's Evvia takes Greek cuisine to Olympian heights.


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