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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 2004

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For the Week of
May 25-31, 2005

Cover Story: Alice Wu in Hollywoodland:
Local filmmaker hits the big time with the release of 'Saving Face.'

News: Milpitas: Behind The Scene:
Are police working to shut down the city's night life, or is it just one man's paranoia?

The Fly: Dave Cortese's Bizarre Double-Take.

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Silicon Alleys: One Big Conspiracy.

Techsploits: Fantasies of E3.

Rev: Tools for Women: The owner of the company, Barbara Kavovit, a successful construction contractor, started the series in order to empower women.

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Coached: Gregg Araki trembles on the verge of too much in 'Mysterious Skin,' his study of child abuse.

Oh, Poor but Dishonest: André duplicates the good life in Jorge Furtado's 'The Man Who Copied.'

Great Outdoors: Cinema San Pedro starts its fourth outdoor movie season, and Campbell follows suit.

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Get Back: Are the Pixies this generation's Beatles or Lynyrd Skynyrd?

Go Dumb: How guilty pleasures disengage brain from body.

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Al Young, Laureate: An intimate profile of Al Young, California's new poet laureate, from Morton Marcus' literary memoir, 'Striking Through the Masks.'

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Heat Seeker: Michael Mina's Arcadia is trying to ignite the Silicon Valley dining scene, but it still needs a spark.

Silicon Veggie: Some People Get a Head-Start.

5 Places to Love: Restaurants Open Late.

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Alice Has a Mixed Bag: City Lights puts five women through their singing paces in 'A ... My Name Is Alice.'

No Solace From Solís: Teatro Visión strips away the veneer on Octavio Solís' complex characters in 'Santos & Santos.'


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