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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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For the Week of
July 7-13, 2004

Cover Story: The End of Oil:
High gas prices and Mideast wars revive an old debate: Is the world running out of fossil fuel? And what does that mean for our future?

News: Who Broke the News
What happens when the city's daily scoops its own newsroom?

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Class Clowns: Despite reports to the contrary, all is not well in the Alum Rock School District.

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Biter: Finding a job in the haystack of economic 'recovery.'

Techsploits: Mashups: a record company lawyer's worst nightmare.

Rev: David was drinking a Dr. Pepper, and so we cut that up, put it around the hose inside the tank, and clamped it down.

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London After Dark: Small-time hoods haunt a guarded city in 'I'll Sleep When I'm Dead.'

Briton Spears: 'King Arthur' shows us the gory that was Rome.

Silent Running: The San Francisco Silent Film Festival re-creates a bygone era in movie magic.

Too Much Dutch: The first, and perhaps last, Ronald Reagan retrospective at the Stanford Theater.

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Beat Surrender: Stanford Jazz Festival 2004 highlights include the Heath Brothers, Satoro Oda and an older, wiser Akira Tana.

Mariachi Cowboys: Charros kick up some dust at San Jose Mariachi Festival.

Aural Fixation: Joe Firstman explores the battle of the sexes on his elegant and eloquent debut, 'The War of Women.'

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Night Owl's Daytripper: The Cardinal Coffee Shop and Lounge offers something for every belly.

Club Life: The Blue Monkey in San Jose.


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