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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 2004

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For the Week of
September 22-28, 2004

Cover Story: Best of Silicon Valley 2004:
During this year of the simian, we see a lot of monkey see, monkey do.

News: The Pitiful Poster Child
In the debate over the three strikes law, few emerge with clean hands.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Face painters go in search of a bigger canvas.

Techsploits: The whole 'blogs are replacing journalism' meme is so 2002.

Rev: We drove onto fine powdery sand that had been stirred up by the wind, hesitated—and into this fluff our tiny Opel sank.

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A State of War: A new exhibit looks back on how the impact of the Vietnam War was felt in California.

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Russ RIP: Richard von Busack remembers cult filmmaker Russ Meyer.

Pub Maul: Instant comic-horror classic 'Shaun of the Dead' turns zombies loose in England.

Suburban Sodom: 'A Dirty Shame': this title is certainly accurate!

Charlize's Anglo: 'Head in the Clouds' turns on the bubble machine in tale of champagne heiress between the wars.

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Utopian Idol: Todd Rundgren has no time for fibbers.

Adios, Amigo: In memory of Johnny Ramone, the last—and possibly only—great conservative punk.

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Taste Translation: Brett Yasukawa lets the food do the talking at Yasu.

Live Feed: Crush Course.

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Higher Learning: City Lights takes a look at the post-9/11 world from the ivory towers of 'Clouds Hill.'

Marital Mozart: Opera San José shows off its new California home with 'The Marriage of Figaro.'

London Calling: The call of the wild is a call to destiny in Pear Avenue's 'Veracruz.'


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