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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 28-August 3, 2004

Cover Story: Is This Any Way to Elect a President?:
A reader's guide to sleazy campaigns, stolen elections and other time-honored American traditions.

News: Teaching Torture
Despite agitprop about torture being 'un-American,' Congress has quietly kept alive the School of the Americas, our country's infamous torture-training school.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

Stocks Still An Option: Feds move to derail valley gravy train.

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Biter: Asiel Design grows a Gothic fantasyland.

Techsploits: What message is the government sending with their treatment of Steven Kurtz?

Rev: This summer's biggest movies seem to be getting all political about cars.

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Picture Puzzles: An interactive show at the Cantor Arts Center raises a 'Question' or two about what makes art.

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Cash and Carry: A young woman braves customs and dealers to survive as a cocaine smuggler in 'Maria Full of Grace.'

Bourne Again: 'The Bourne Supremacy' is more marketing strategy than movie.

Two Men and a Baby: Colin Farrell looks for 'A Home at the End of the World.'

Taken for Grant: 'Touch of Pink' is a farce of a different color.

Riding High: Joplin, the Dead and more take the electric Canadian Club test in 'Festival Express.'

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He Wants to Tell You: Dale Ockerman has got lots to say about the White Album Ensemble's 'Rubber Revolver.' Too bad our reporter is totally tripping out.

Aural Fixation: Papa Roach hits the clubs to debut songs from its forthcoming 'Getting Away With Murder.'

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Playing Favorites: Hidden gem Bangkok Taste is almost too good to share.

Club Life: The Wave Room in Los Gatos.

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Is There a Doctorow in The House?: Foothill College mixes myth, magic and courage in 'Ragtime.'

Growing Up: Children's Musical Theater takes on adult themes in current 'Miss Saigon' production.


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