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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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Silicon Valley Almanack

Cover For the Week of
July 18-24, 2002

Cover Story: Bars & Clubs
Metro beats the bushes and scours the plains for the best watering holes in Silicon Valley.


News: Army of One
The anti-antiwar-protester thinks there's too much whining going on.

Public Eye: Rep. Anna Eshoo leads opposition to corporate accounting reform.

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Notes From the Underbelly: Patty's Inn.

Work: Geek Zoo.

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Amazing's Graces: Mothers and daughters fight the beauty myth in 'Lovely & Amazing.'

Romance Bites: Jealous French hubby can't bear the fact that his beautiful 'Wife Is an Actress.'

Dive, Dive: Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson re-enact 'Mutiny on the Bounty' on the submarine 'K:19: The Widowmaker.'

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Dude, Looks Like a Ladyfest: Ladyfest celebrates feminism and the DIY spirit.

Aural Fixation: SoFA's newest stealth club, 'spy,' brings industrial espionage into vogue.

All Shook Down: Hootenanny was as American as meat loaf and apple pie.

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Fear and Tasting: Wine-tasting rooms don't have to be scary places--with Metro's expert help, you too can be sipping and spitting.

Cheap Eats: Andalé Mexican Restaurant keeps it healthy.


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