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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
June 22-28, 2000

Cover: Bars & Clubs 2000
For Metro's 15th annual Bars & Clubs issue, we've explored all the highroads and backroads of Silicon Valley and come up with our favorite 250 places to go out and sip everything from raspberry martinis to mocha java. Plus: adornments for the club scene, geek chic and more.


News: Shark Bait
The San Jose Sharks say they're losing money and the only way to recoup is to sell off the name of the Arena to the highest corporate bidder.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Planners OK Andronico's despite residents concerns.
  • Los Gatos: 'Peacockicide' civil case may go to trial later this summer.
  • Willow Glen: WG pitcher following in the footsteps of pro players he may later see in the majors.

Realtimes at Ridgemont High: The high-tech boom offers graduates a chance to broadcast their lives over the Internet. That means anyone, anywhere, can tune in to their bright futures at any time. No pressure, though.

Public Eye: DA talks about brain tumors in the West Wing. Larry's stones. The Rodster gets engaged, breaks hand.


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Work: Serial killers of the new economy.

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Bald Is Beautiful: Sinéad O'Connor has endured the slings and arrows of critics; she proves her 'Faith and Courage' on her new album.

Kentucky Bound: True to Form drummer Kevin Jackson of San Jose joins hip-hop metal band Primer 55 for national tour.

Flight of Passage: The Dixie Chicks spread their wings on their first headlining tour.

Aural Fixation: The summer concert season got off to a hot start at LIVE 105's BFD.

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Smoke Gets In Their Eyes: Ron Mann's 'Grass' chronicles the follies of anti-pot crusaders.

Poultry Power: The hens in 'Chicken Run' are mad as peck, and they're not going to take it anymore.

Mostly Frenzy: Almodovar has nothing to fear from piddling Spanish sex thriller 'Not Love, Just Frenzy.'

Head Games: 'Me, Myself & Irene,' the Farrellys' split personality comedy, has little personality.

Brilliant 'Sunshine': Istvan Szabo's family epic is far from sunny, but dramatically rich.

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An Un-Trendy Treat: Creating down-home delectables is what chef Annie Nunan does best at Nouveau Cuisine.

Wild Hare's Wild Man: Joey Altman cooks in the great outdoors.


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