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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
July 27-August 2, 2000

Cover: Simply Rich
Some say they've found the simple life; truth is, only a few can afford to keep it real, Silicon Valley-style.


News: Holy Gates!
A dotcom groupie pops in on the homes of the Valley's big-time billionaires, hoping to find a friend.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Cupertino: Local residents lace up for breast cancer fundraiser.
  • Saratoga: Council weighs in on a deer population control program.
  • Los Gatos: West Valley residents open their hearts and their homes to Russian orphans.

Hunter Rather-er: There's no place like home. If you can find one.

Public Eye: Honda sees stars in campaign report. Gay ladies' man in the mountains. The other Ellison.


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Work: Pop! Your job go boom.

[Music]
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Busby Berkeley Dreams: Stephin Merritt of the Future Bible Heroes crafts canny odes to romance.

The Throb of the Action: Chucho Valdés injects African elements into Latin dance music.

Fry High: Altan takes Irish music to new heights at the Fat Fry.

Aural Fixation: Summer SunCore lineup at Great America includes local bands and touring acts.

Audiofile: Reviews of new CDs by Hank Thompson and Eric Heatherly.

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Return to Scent: The characters in 'The Five Senses' fit too neatly into director Jeremy Podeswa's structural plan.

Stapp Animation: Cine 16 hosts a night of features by unsung animator Philip Stapp.

Mascara Memories: New documentary traces the strange trajectory of Tammy Faye Bakker.

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Unmarrying Kind: Two sisters bicker for love in TheatreWorks' 'The Old Settler.'

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The Malay Way: Banana Leaf's expert chefs craft the South Bay's most artful burst of Southeast Asian flavors.

A La Carte: Ferrari Foods to bring Old World origins to Los Altos and San Jose.


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