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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 2005

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For the Week of
June 29-July 5, 2005

Cover Story: Border Smackdown:
It's Arnie vs. immigration. Are you ready to rumble?

News: October Surprise:
The mayor's garbage troubles can be traced back to Oct. 10, 2000. Here's the story of G-Day.

The Fly: 'Mercury' Falling.

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Silicon Alleys: The Born Identity.

Techsploits: No Road for You.

Rev: Dog Days: The dog days of summer are here, and if you're a canine owner, that usually means shuttling Cujo to the local parks, swimming holes and doggy bakeries.

Dallying at Daniels: The Daniels Nature Center in the Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve is open weekends throughout the summer season.

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War Storey: San Jose artist Barron Storey draws on Goya to chart the horrors of 'Black Iraq.'

The Mr. T. Experience: 'The Sopranos: The Complete Fifth Season': don't fuggetaboutit.

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Latchkey Kids: 'Me and You and Everyone We Know' is the best tag-team movie about Los Angeles since 'Short Cuts.'

Alien Nation: Steven Spielberg gets his war on.

He and She: 'Yes': Adulterers anonymous, in iambic pentameter. Wait, which one is supposed to be Rick Wakeman?

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Sweat, Beer and Roq y Roll: As one journey ends for Café Tacuba, another begins.

The Mighty Duhks: Winnipeg's Duhks attract fans with an inventive take on bluegrass.

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The Young Turk: Can't pronounce htipiti or cerkez tavugu? Doesn't matter— at Thea, just eat it.

5 Places to Love: Malaysian Restaurants.

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Couples Therapy: Margaret Wingrove peopled her latest program, 'Rachmaninov Variations,' with passionate pairs.

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


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