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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
October 6-12, 2004

Cover Story: Scalpelbots:
The robots learn to nip and tuck.

News: Downtown Showdown
Preservationists square off with a developer over a residential high rise building.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Too Much Beauty: Manifold manicures and superfluous salons.

Techsploits: U.S. legislators are already hard at work keeping our wonderful country safe from the freedoms outlined in the Constitution.

Rev: News Clips: When asked about the new standards, an auto-industry lobbyist called the theory of global warming a 'big if.'

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Detour: Cédric Kahn's 'Red Lights' taps into the male motorist's deepest fears.

Duck That Huck: 'I ♥ Huckabees': seven characters in search of a movie.

Dogfish: The Stale Princefish of Bel-Airfish stars in DreamWorks' animated 'Shark Tale.'

Hitting the Highs: Our picks for don't-miss films in the best Pacific Rim Film Festival yet. Can you believe this is still free to the public?

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Rock the Vote, Gently: Can a bunch of shaggy-haired musicians really sway an election?

Mandatory Mariachi: Changes afoot at KSJO—is Spanish language around the corner?

Symphony Sets Sail: Sergiu Comissiona leads Symphony Silicon Valley in first concerts at its new home.

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A Cup Above: Coupa Cafe offers elegant cafe fare with a Venezuelan touch.

Live Feed: Buying a Better Bird.

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Curves Ahead: Teatro Visión presents stage version of 'Real Women Have Curves' in Spanish and English.

Clear as Crystal: 'The Glass Menagerie' shines at San Jose Stage Company.

Nanny Gate: TheatreWorks looks at maternal urges in 'Living Out.'


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