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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
September 28-October 4, 2000

Cover Story: Best of Silicon Valley 2000
Metro's readers have spoken and we've dutifully recorded the results in our annual Best of the Silicon Valley issue, which lists the winners in everything from coffee shops to skateparks. Also, free things to do, places to power munch and our editors' picks for the valley's hidden treasures.


News: Dotcom Deliverance
East Palo Altans say they've waited decades for prosperity to come to their community, but now that it's here they fear it will destroy the valley's last--and only--black community.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Sunnyvale: Gore drops in for campaign endorsement.
  • Los Gatos: Skateboarders roll proposal forward.

Stumping Grounds: Clinton rides political winds in Willow Glen.

Public Eye: Clinton and the mermaids. Meet Silicon Valley's own Brad and Jennifer. Sumbliminable Man comes to town..


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Notes From the Underbelly: In search of the Cantaloupe Queen.

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Can't Stop The 'Music': The critics carp while Madonna continues to grow on her new CD, 'Music.'

Musical Wonders: Pram is impish and macabre by turns on 'Museum of Imaginary Animals.'

The Texture of Ecstasy: The SJ Symphony found Shangri-La with Chinary Ung's 'Sakrava,' got gutsy with Bruch and breezed through Brahms.

Busker Case : Two decades after giving California a case of the Nerves, Peter Case stays close to his roots in the folk scene.

Aural Fixation: The fall season brings new releases.

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Guest Credits: From 'This Is Spinal Tap' to 'Best in Show,' Christopher Guest knows what makes wannabe show-bizzers tick.

Painting the Past: Carlos Saura paints a portrait of the artist as an old man in 'Goya.'

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Bistro Perfecto: Under the spell of Palo Alto's Bistro Elan, guests surrender themselves to flawless fare, and even more tantalizing is the sweet hereafter.

A La Carte: And a fine time of the season it is.


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