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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
September 29-October 5, 2004

Cover Story: Private Parts:
Chips may soon be inserted in your products, your pets, your kids—and in you. RFID can make life easier. And reduce what little privacy remains.

News: Bean There, Done That
How Starbucks gets independent coffeehouses evicted to avoid buying out their businesses.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: SoFA Away: The mixed results of well-intentioned 'revitalization.'

Techsploits: What happens in a world where arbitrary limits are placed on people's ability to create?

Rev: Patent No. 6,757,593: If 'anger' is showing, the display shows an 'angry' expression and the speaker outputs an audio message: 'I am angry now.'

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Zine Scene: The San Jose Museum of Art goes way outside the mainstream for exhibit of DIY mags.

Small Worlds: Robert Schwartz's paintings roil with mystery; SJ Museum of Art celebrates its 35th.

Paint the Power: Richard Godinez's large paintings attack current events head on.

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Che Has His Day: Walter Salles' 'Motorcycle Diaries' takes a ride with the young revolutionary.

Fireballs: Joaquin Phoenix rises from the ashes in 'Ladder 49.'

Kerry On: 'Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry' concerns the Vietnam Veterans Against the War as much as it does the candidate.

Arabesques: Cinemayaat—the annual Arab Film Festival—opens a four-day local run.

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

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Personality Crisis: The New York Dolls jet back to life.

Club Life: Deep in San Jose.

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Choose Death: A new book puts extreme metal through the grinder.

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The Royal Treatment: Savoring the Empress of India's savoir-faire.

Silicon Veggie: TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) dinners.

5 Places to Love: Salmon.

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A Touch of Glass: Tennessee Williams opens the season as San Jose Stage Company breaks out 'The Glass Menagerie.'

The 'Rent' Revolution: The groundbreaking musical still looks ahead of its time.


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