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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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Best of Silicon Valley | Best of Santa Clara Valley 2003

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For the Week of
August 25-31, 2004

Cover Story: Wham Glam:
Can Silicon Valley claim its own sense of style? Young designers say yes.

Turning Fashion's Corner: Silicon Valley ventures out with its best foot forward.

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Biter: Chicken wings, a skinny tie and two deaths—my 20-year high school reunion.

Techsploits: Forget Grokster.

Rev: Your Windshield: Place a clear piece of Saran Wrap across the front of the windshield, peel the wrap off and violà!—a hangable piece of insect art.

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The Tao Of Power: Zhang Yimou's epic 'Hero' teaches a lesson about the mortality of emperors.

Beaten Brats: Rock was a cruel mistress for the Ramones, as seen in the documentary 'End of the Century.'

Screeners: New CinéArts complex adds six screens to the San Jose theater scene.

The River Wild: 'Mean Creek'—of the making of bullies, there is no end.

Life During Wartime: 'Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War' includes 29,984 munitions, yellow-cake uranium, and the gone but not forgotten Ari Fleischer.

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Rock Hard: The buzz over Strata heats up, and the Campbell band fires up the fans.

Tell Me Something Good: Ledisi and Chaka Khan meet for the first time.

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Baseball Fates: Michael Sokolove's new book charts the wildly varying fates of major leaguers from one of the most famous classes of high school players.

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American Beauty: Paragon Restaurant brings back 'Brady Bunch' cool.

Live Feed: Al Qaeda Cooks.

Club Life: Campbell Brewing Company.

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'Zoot' Case: Luis Valdez brings his seminal musical drama to San Jose for revival run.


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