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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
July 6-12, 2005

Cover Story: Wet & Wild:
Saratoga author Beth Lisick tells all in her new book of strange-but-true tales, 'Everybody Into the Pool.'

News: Presumed Guilty:
Media coverage of the Lodi FBI arrests is more of the same, and it's left the community reeling.

The Fly: A Matter of Hubris.

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Silicon Alleys: Talk Dirty to Me.

Techsploits: Hot for Data.

Rev: Rent-a-Truck: Then I hit my first pothole, which caused the truck to jump at least a few inches in the air and almost ripped the steering wheel out of my hand.

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Golden Silents: The San Francisco Silent Film Festival honors a long-lost lamented art form.

Silent Film in San Francisco: Richard von Busack interviews SF Silent Film Festival director Stephen Salmons.

Penged Migration: Luc Jacquet's 'March of the Penguins' is the cutest story ever told.

Fingered: Only a French director would think of remaking a James Toback movie.

Flame It: Four-get it. Miscasting and miswriting foul 'Fantastic Four,' the biggest disappointment of the summer.

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Mix Emotions: The mix tape, cultural touchstone of the analogue generation.

Psycho Sexy: Don't be scared, it's just the Deadutantes.

Word Pop: 20 Minute Loop spin stories of interior life.

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Home Plate: When in J-town, grub like the locals.

Silicon Veggie: Something's Fishy.

5 Places to Love: Global Barbecue Restaurants.

Club Life: Babes Sports Bar & Grill in San Jose.

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Rock Stars: Two men shoot for film fame in CTC's Irish/Hollywood comedy 'Stones in His Pockets.'


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