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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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Book a dining reservation online.

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For the Week of
June 30-July 6, 2004

Cover Story: Get in the Van:
Without Camper Van Beethoven, there would be no indie rock. They're really sorry about that. But the good news is they've gotten back together to put all the whining alt-pop imitators to shame.

News: Winning Grandma Millie's Vote
The attorney general's bottom line with Enron.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Mano a Mano: Gay marriage comes to video games.

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Biter: A dark night of Scott Peterson conspiracy theories.

Techsploits: Sen. Orrin Hatch wants to put the smackdown on people who 'induce' copyright infringement.

Rev: Besides keeping your hands on the steering wheel, don't get out of the car and don't make any sudden movements.

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Bigger Than Life: Richard von Busack on the career of Marlon Brando.

Crawl Space: In 'Spider-Man 2,' director Sam Raimi creates a true working-class superhero.

Ransom: Class-war drama 'The Clearing' asks, Who wants to kidnap a millionaire?

Lawn-Chair Brigade: Cinema San Pedro film series screens free films every Wednesday during the summer.

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McMurtry's Law: James McMurtry helps us clear up five popular misconceptions about live records, the universe and everything.

Aural Fixation: Get ready for a sweaty workout as film star-turned-rock siren Juliette Lewis' band heats up the Vans Warped Tour.

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Bill of Particulars: Bill Clinton's 'My Life' is 957 pages long, but we know some shortcuts from Hope to Washington, D.C.

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Gift of the Gods: Evvia's Greek influence deserves a bow from above.

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Tip-Top Kit Kat: The TOSPS 'Cabaret' beats sitting alone in your room.

Early Bloomers: San Jose Rep shows off its 'Underpants.'


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