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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
October 19-25, 2000

Cover Story: Job Less Rating
Think your job is the pits? You've probably got nothing on these folks. Take a look at the hardest jobs in Silicon Valley, from most heart-wrenching to most humiliating.


News: Following Suit
Workplace analysts and fashion consultants say the dresssing-down theme of Silicon Valley has gotten out of whack--we're a walking embarrassment.

Cyber Savvy: Cyber cafes in Silicon Valley? Rush says 'Why not?'

Public Eye: Merc goes negative on Honda. Daily Drudges itself. The Assembly's cell-hating cell phone addict..


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Notes From the Underbelly: Author Jeanne Wood is more interesting than the average bear.

Work: The demise of videocassettes.

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Supernatural Return: Top-selling Latin superstar Santana sells out Shoreline for annual concerts.

Deftones Drone: A monotonous performance at the Event Center leaves one critic weary.

Good Times Soul: Jazz musician Russell Malone finds many ways to hit the right note.

Aural Fixation: Locals Stitch and Movement show promise on new album releases.

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Spiked Satire: Director Spike Lee charges full speed ahead at every target he can find in the up-and-down satire 'Bamboozled.'

'Ran' Around: Akira Kurosawa's epic 'Ran' gets a rerelease on its 15th anniversary.

Poor 'Pay': 'Pay it Forward' doesn't do philanthropy any favors.

Devilish Wit: The Devil makes a loser do a lot of naughty things in the remake of 'Bedazzled.'

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Stuffing: In 'La Nona,' a hungry grandma threatens to eat up her family's finances.

A New Start: The renamed Ballet San Jose of Silicon Valley got off to a rousing start Thursday.

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Show Time: Two dozen artists mine the deep and the obvious of human identity in a surprisingly eclectic exhibition at d.p. Fong Galleries.

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Deluxe Di-Lac: Vegetarians can find a tasty haven at Di-Lac in East San Jose, where freshly made tofu and faux meat delicacies are a delight, not a chewing exercise.

A La Carte: A new orientation for Surf City landmark India Joze.


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