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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
July 13-19, 2005

Cover Story: U.S. Out of My Dance:
One of the most radical new identity-politics movements is emerging right here in San Jose. Is the world ready for the Modern Aztecs?

News: London Texting:
Technology sent an activist message around the world. Unfortunately, so did the bombs.

The Fly: The Amazing Race: Cindy Chavez throws her hat into the ring.

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Silicon Alleys: Situationist Comedy.

Techsploits: Top Genome.

Rev: Man Replacement: My other pal, M, loved Kevin's no-nonsense nature and his 1978 GMC Sierra, named Kevin Junior, that he used for his hauling business.

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Viet Vision: A half-American immigrant, scorned in his native Vietnam, dreams of selling shoes in 'The Beautiful Country.'

Policy Wonka: Tim Burton and Johnny Depp put a new spin on Roald Dahl's spun-candy favorite, 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.'

Shady Politics: Chilean coming-of-age film shuffles from innocence to wisdom.

Space Man: 'A Sidewalk Astronomer' chronicles the pleasures of a life spent looking up and out.

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

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Without Me: It feels so empty without all the Eminem clones.

Shining Stars: A roots-rock band you shouldn't miss.

Classical Heat Waves: The summer's classical-music festivals shine from Carmel and Santa Cruz to Saratoga and Menlo Park.

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Poor House Riches: For a New Orleans fix, drive yourself into the Poor House Bistro.

Live Feed: Mexico Without Mexican Food.

5 Places to Love: Ice Cream Shops.

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Vis-à-Vis Elvis: The king of rock rolls into San Jose in Stage Company's 'Idols of the King.'

Flight Risks: A fragile couple confront past pains in Pear Avenue's 'What the Birds Carry.'


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