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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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Bars and Clubs 2004

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For the Week of
June 16-22, 2004

Cover Story: Bars & Clubs 2004:
Exactly 271 bars, clubs, coffee and teahouses.

News: The Greening of Mayor Golfzales
Mayor gets hooked on fancy golf courses, where he de-stresses thanks to his lobbyist friends.

Skeletons in the Coroner's Office: A botched 9-year-old murder case continues to haunt the much-maligned Santa Clara medical examiner's office.

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Biter: Reasons to celebrate Bloomsday.

Techsploits: We're so used to the idea that our telephones and computers can be tapped at any time that we forget things haven't always been this way.

Rev: Brits call them self-drive holidays or multicentre holidays. We simply call them road trips.

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Makeover: 'The Stepford Wives' gives the dead horse of the 1950s a resounding kick.

Freaks and Geeks: 'Napoleon Dynamite' ignites nerd-dom.

Sports Fever: 'Dodgeball' pokes fun at the mania for sports, any sports.

Not Necessarily 'Nanook': Nonfiction, nature and narrative are combined with a poetic sensibility in 'The Story of the Weeping Camel.'

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Word Freak: MC Lars raps literary, keeps it surreal.

Aural Fixation: Jewel scales back on her commitments and focuses on her music.

Vinyl World: Writer Brett Milano delves into the troubled minds of obsessive record album hoarders.

Club Life: Stanford Jazz Festival.

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Fine China: P.F. Chang's brings its brand of perfected Asian gourmet to downtown.


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