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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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Bars and Clubs 2004

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Book a dining reservation online.

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For the Week of
June 22-29, 2005

Cover Story: Bars & Clubs 2005:
Everybody says their city's nightlife scene is 'hot,' but this year ours is literally on fire.

News: There Goes the Neighborhood:
A proposed buyout deal at a Sunnyvale mobile home park has residents in a bitter split.

The Fly: Regarding McEnery.

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Silicon Alleys: Vancouver Salute.

Techsploits: On File.

Rev: Light Summer Reading: The imminent shortage of oil is the new Y2K, the new nuclear threat, the new rapture.

Sports: Landon, We Hardly Knew Ye: Once upon a time in a non-Galaxy galaxy, Landon Donovan proudly wore a San Jose Earthquakes uniform.

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Blue Beret Ballad: Peter Raymont's documentary 'Shake Hands With the Devil' tells the real story of Gen. Roméo Dallaire.

Swans Swimming: A trapped teen finds romance in director Pawel Pawlikowski's 'My Summer of Love.'

Fighting Clowns: In 'Rize,' South-Central L.A. clowners and krumpers speed up the dance floor.

War's Boot Prints: In 'Notre Musique,' Godard tackles the problem of the comfortable understanding the afflicted.

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Open Season: Brother Ray and 'nahenahe jazz' highlight Stanford Jazz Festival's opening weekend.

Stay Focused: Trip Device are rockers with a master plan.

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Istanbul Dreams: Orhan Pamuk's brilliant memoir, 'Istanbul,' binds the author to a city of ghosts.

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Ramen-o-rama: Savoring the South Bay's other noodle soup.

Live Feed: Hungry and Hungrier.

5 Places to Love: Special Occasion Restaurants.

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Phat City: 'Movin' Out' speaks volumes about an era.

Kitchen Talk: TheatreWorks inhabits 'Dolly West's Kitchen' in WWII Ireland.

Breaking the Rules: Avner the Eccentric practices the art of existential miming in 'Exceptions to Gravity.'


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