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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
August 13-19, 1998

Cover: The Rapper
Ross Jeffries says he's got the art of seducing women down to a neurolinguistic science, and men are paying big bucks to hear about it.


News: Bay Watchers
If environmentalists hatch their deal with SFO airport expansionists, the South Bay wetlands may be saved. But some say it's a deal with the devil.

Silicon Valley News Extras

  • Campbell: Winchester Drive-In site could soon become a 24-acre R&D campus.
  • Gilroy: Gilroy's police force goes after teenagers with a passion for spray paint.
  • Los Gatos/Saratoga: Television station KICU bullies Saratoga's and Los Gatos's public access stations.
  • San Jose: Al Ruffo and others file suit to prevent the move of San Jose's City Hall.
  • Berryessa: A follow-up on racial problems in the troubled Berryessa School District.

Public Eye: Steve Blanton breaks a promise.

Greed 101: It's never too early to start teaching the fine art of money grubbing.


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The Fine Art of Turning Inside Out
'Tis the season for Metro's guide to summer indulgences, with outdoor concerts, theater and our best picks for relaxing daytrips. There's also day-by-day calendar of summer events that you'll want to bookmark for the long and luxurious days ahead.

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Empowering Inferno: The Burning Man festival faces two possible fates--it could end up as Club Burning Med or as an invitation-only party.

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She's in 'Control': Janet Jackson is more than Michael's sister.

Premillennial Expression: Cabrillo Music Festival enters its 36th season with a futuristic bang.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Parlor James, Home Grown, Cowboy Junkies and the Brian Setzer Orchestra.

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Dark Lady: Minnie Driver plays a Victorian's secret in The Governess.

Girls' Town: Santa Cruz filmmaker shows growing up can be murder with Frog and Wombat.

End of the World: Brian De Palma's gamble pays off in new thriller Snake Eyes.

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The Newlywed Game: Comedic subterfuge underlies Shakespeare Santa Cruz's poppy production of The Marriage of Figaro.

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Steak Acclaim: The Fairmont's Grill on the Alley combines cosmopolitan comfort with generous, perfectly prepared basics, like steak and mashed potatoes.


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