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Summer Music Guide 2004

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For the Week of
September 15-21, 2004

Cover Story: Golden Apparition:
How a Bosnian boomtown cashing in on religious tourism stole a Los Gatos millionaire's wife. And how he's fighting to get even.

News: Rewriting the Story
The Mercury News does a turnabout on retiree health benefits.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

The Iranian Connection: A Mideast entrepreneur wants to save San Jose soccer—and connect to overseas youth.

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Biter: iPod junkies dare to pull the earplugs.

Techsploits: Berlin has become a hacker haven.

Rev: Think Again: Think leasers in San Francisco staged funerals for their beloved cars... draping American flags, playing 'Taps.'

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Valley Viewed: 'Artists for Hire' at History San Jose reveals how San Jose's finest paid to have themselves immortalized.

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Bush Bashing: John Sayles' political thriller 'Silver City' tries to do too much, including taking swipes at the president.

Skull and Bots: 'Sky Captain' discovers the 'World of Tomorrow' in yesterday serial adventures.

Power of the Penn: SJSU honors Sean Penn with Steinbeck award.

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Life Sentence: 'Lust For Life' looks back at the San Jose punk scene, circa 1980-89.

The More Things Change...: New owners will keep JJ's Blues exactly the same; Prince parties like it's 1999—again.

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Fast, Cheap and Full of Soul: Is Malaysian the new Thai food? Lombok could start a trend.

Live Feed: Before Napa.

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Three's a 'Clouds': City Lights premieres Charles Evered's new play, 'Clouds Hill,' about suspicion in a post-9/11 world.

War and Salvation: Shaw tosses verbal bombs in 'Major Barbara' at San Jose Rep.


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