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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
June 2-8, 2004

Cover Story: Cat in the Vat:
A Sausalito company claims it can bring Fluffy back to life, through the science of cloning.

News: Free-Speech Lockdown
California prisons are a reporter's nightmare. Will new legislation change that?

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Bad Medicine: Seniors turn to Canada as new Medicare bill fails to deliver.

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Biter: Watching history repeat itself at a preservation party.

Techsploits: Voting science, or even sticking to a science party line, isn't as easy as you might imagine.

Rev: It's crazy to waste our dwindling, nonrenewable resources on stupid things like dashboards and door panels.

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House Detective: Local author George Espinola tracks down downtown San Jose's architectural memories.

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Y Tu Wizard Tambien: Director Alfonso Cuarón breathes new life into the Harry Potter series with a darker, more coherent third entry.

Snow Globe: 'The Day After Tomorrow' brings floods, twisters and hurricanes—somewhere in movie Valhalla, Irwin Allen gnashes his teeth.

The Firm: A new documentary explores the bottom line on 'The Corporation' culture worldwide.

Corporation Man: An interview with documentary filmmaker Mark Achbar of 'The Corporation.'

May in December: 'The Mother' and her daughter love the same unsuitable man in the new London.

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Look Back in Horror: What a drag it is getting old.

Aural Fixation: The Lost Trailers travel America on their label debut, 'Welcome to the Woods.'

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Being Shellfish: McCormick and Schmick's downtown seafood restaurant nets an ocean's heaven.

Club Life: Mission Ale House in San Jose.


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