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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
August 31-September 6, 2005

Cover Story: Color Bind:
Why San Jose's gang problem is getting worse.

News: The Danger Game:
In wrapping up a surreal saga, the government said Shabbir Ahmed was only three links away from Osama bin Laden. Oh, and that they're letting him go. What happened?

The Fly: Maybe They'll Call it 'Classic Merc.'

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Silicon Alleys: Bob Moog, Sonic Outlaw.

Techsploits: Can't Kill P2P.

Rev: Car Share: This borderline obsessive behavior came about because I've been thinking about car-ownership costs.

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Flavius of the Month: HBO's new 'Rome' wasn't built in a day, but a lot of viewers won't make it past the series' first hour.

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Drugs and Corruption: A death in Kenya exposes corporate greed in Fernando Meirelles' adaptation of John Le Carre's 'The Constant Gardener.'

Hit Man Hunt: 'The Memory of a Killer' wallows in the sordid underbelly of crime-ridden ... Belgium.

Biter: Why can't a 400-year-old vampire take care of one sub–Vin Diesel actor? 'Eternal' is ephemeral.

Bad Re-Education: Balzac, Flaubert and Communism collide in 'Little Chinese Seamstress.'

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Mystery Mix: A found CD proves that favorite songs are not universal.

The Cost to Floss: 'Late Registration' documents Kanye West's conflicted new world.

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Book Box: 'Mimi and Toutou's Big Adventure: The Bizarre Battle of Lake Tanganyika' by Giles Foden; 'The Tattoo Artist' by Jill Ciment; 'Robert Smithson: Spiral Jetty.'

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Building a Better Burger: Main Street Burgers is on to something special.

Live Feed: If You Knew Sushi.

5 Things to Love: Ways to Eat Your '5 a day.'

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Snug Fitting: TheatreWorks explores the cross-cultural worlds of 1905 New York in 'Intimate Apparel.'


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