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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 14-20, 2004

Cover Story: Big Wave on Screen:
'Riding Giants' pursues the world's biggest curls from Tahiti to the North Coast.

News: Tapping Into the Death Star
How Carl Pechman and a team of Santa Cruz-based transcribers worked tirelessly to get the now-infamous Enron tapes into the public domain.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: An eyewitness to the X-Prize.

Techsploits: Google will never inspire the passion that the Hackers on Planet Earth conference did.

Rev: SVO Diaries, Part II: The caravan filled up DM&E's tank with Sonoma olive oil, which carried them through Guatemala and Honduras.

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Heavy Mettle: Metallica muddles through musical and psychic crises in new documentary 'Some Kind of Monster.'

Porter's Ailing: 'De-Lovely'—not so de-bad. The music, you know.

Summer of '04: 'The Door in the Floor' has a hole in its head.

The Proffer: 'The Hunting of the President' replays the right-wing crusade to topple Bill Clinton.

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Summer Sounds: The Carmel Bach Festival, Music@Menlo and the Cabrillo Music Festival fill the season with classical selections from the 17th to the 21st century.

Modesty Blaise: Modest Mouse shills for Nissan and break some hearts in the process.

Aural Fixation: Basement 3's latest, 'Fuzzyland,' reaches the light of day.

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Landmark Dining: The Great Wall Chinese food makes for good neighbors.

Club Life: The Blue Maiz in Morgan Hill.

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Razzle-Dazzle: American Musical Theatre of San Jose takes full advantage of Mel Brooks' stage hit 'The Producers.'

Troubled Minds : Emotional truths are computed in California Theatre Center's production of 'Proof.'


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