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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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Best of Silicon Valley | Best of Santa Clara Valley 2003

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For the Week of
May 19-25, 2004

Cover Story: East Side Story:
When you come from the East Side, negative assumptions about the area become part of your DNA. Latin reggae/rock/ska band Firme seeks to change that.

Summer 2004 Guide: The hottest concerts, festivals, fairs, plays, movies and more.
Concert Highlights
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News: Technology Happy
Times are tight, so why did a money-strapped school district pay thousands of dollars extra for computers?

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: It's getting late for the Coalition of the Willing.

Techsploits: There's a cool machine called GNU Radio--but you're not allowed to buy it.

Rev: Is your vanity plate too hot for the DMV?

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Dolefully Adequate: Guy Maddin's new film, 'The Saddest Music in the World,' rails against the death of music.

Dungeon: In 'Carandiru,' Hector Babenco goes behind the walls of Brazil's notorious prison.

Nailed Again: Not a Mel Gibson film--Monty Python's 1979 'Life of Brian' is resurrected, and not a moment too soon.

Monster's Ball: 'Shrek 2' is heavy on the inside jokes but still a treat.

Santana Summer: Picnic, Popcorn and Picture Show season continues at outdoors at sundown at Santana Row.

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Start Me Up: How Latin jazz guitarist Scott Whitney used his marketing and sales background to create a music career.

Aural Fixation: The White Stripes' Jack White produces country legend Loretta Lynn's latest, 'Van Lear Rose.'

Club Life: Delux at Moorpark Hotel in San Jose.

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How Green Is the Valley: With a new Rosie McCann's opening on Santana Row, the Irish scene is gettin' jiggy.

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Point-Blank Musical: City Lights stages an intimate new production of Stephen Sondheim's scandalous musical 'Assassins.'

Shoes Muse: Carol Halstead's one-woman workout, 'Bad Dates,' moves from laughs to insight at SJ Rep.


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