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For the Week of
June 9-15, 2004

Cover Story: Low & Behold:
A new generation takes the wheel of the valley's cool car scene.

Lowrider for Life: Marcos Gaitan tried to get out, but his love of the auto kept pulling him back in.

News: Dawn of the Dead
Vacant for four long years and once targeted for demolition, downtown's largest cinema space will return June 18 promising to be better than ever.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Coyote Ugly: Why is the 'Mercury News' calling the city's vision for Coyote Valley sustainable when it isn't?

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Biter: Looking for reality at 'Wired' magazine's NextFest.

Techsploits: Disasters wrack the pseudoscientific world.

Rev: My friends and I arrived in our city car, tattooed with bumper stickers but otherwise shiny clean.

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War of the Words: 'Control Room' goes behind the scenes as Al Jazeera covers the Iraq war.

Short Cuts: The Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour arrives at KFJC—weird, strange and beautiful work on display.

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Big Willie Style: How salsa gorda is re-energizing a new generation to tropical dance music and giving recognition to veteran bandleaders like Willie Rosario.

Aural Fixation: Dashboard Confessional incites a cathartic purging of demons at the Event Center.

Father's Day: Local bluesman J.C. Smith rejuvenates a family tradition.

Prodigy Power: Symphony bids farewell to the Center for the Performing Arts with sensational young soloist.

Club Life: Nova Alliança Hall in San Jose.

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Bread Winner: Pulling the tablecloth from under San Jose Coffee Shop's split personality.

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Rubble The Right Way: San Jose Stage Co. goes back in time for 'Ug: A Stone-Age Musical.'


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