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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
October 12-18, 2000

Cover Story: Raw is War
How young men in Silicon Valley are getting their kicks.


News: Kid Costs
Foster parents are fleeing the system because the government stipends aren't keeping pace with the cost of living here.

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: UltraVibe.com gives local bands exposure on the web.
  • Cupertino: Local orthodontist arrested for physical battery.
  • Saratoga: Undercover operation snags 17 youths in Wildwood Park.

Party Planimal: Meet the party planner to Silicon Valley's stars.

Public Eye: Tom gets Dick behind him. Campaign season's first criminal citation. Only one SJ candidate saying no to BART.


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Notes From the Underbelly: Mea Culpa Quetzalcoatl.

Work: Shopping (or not) doesn't change the world.

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In the Minority: The do-it-yourself ethos that allowed Green Day to keep its integrity has started to erode--their new release may signal the end of an era.

Three Styles, One Passion: A trio of guitarists strikes new chords in the PAS program 'Women and the Guitar.'

Coping With Copland: The San Jose Symphony devoted its attentions to the bucolic sounds of Aaron Copland.

Pan-Musical: Danilo Perez continues to bring together diverse sounds and cultures on his latest CD, 'Motherland.'

Aural Fixation: The Sacramento rock band unites for a special Halloween blowout.

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High Gere: Richard Gere through estrogen haze in 'Dr. T & the Women.'

Scandal Mongering: Political hardball comes under scrutiny in Rob Lurie's centrist political drama, 'The Contender.'

Cockney Magnolia: London's calling is travail and toil for an unhappy family in 'Wonderland.'

Diamond in the Rough: Catherine Deneuve sparkles in the otherwise dull thriller 'Place Vendôme.'

Family Feud: Ben Stiller offends his future in-laws in the dysfunctional comedy 'Meet the Parents.'

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Light Their Fire: Two would-be arsonists bamboozle an upper-crust family in 'The Firebugs.'

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Mideast Magic: Sunnyvale's Kabul stands as a shining example of hearty Afghan cuisine, which shouldn't be missed.

A La Carte: Of pastries, pumpkins and creeping plumpness.


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