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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
October 24-30, 2002

Cover Story: Winter Music Guide
There's heat, beat and a lot to move your feet this coming season.

Chill Out: Get cozy with Electroclash, Dashboard Confessional, Kid Koala, Del, Korn, Box Car Racer, Sigur Ros, Peter Gabriel, Garbage, The Strokes, the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Guns N' Roses, just to name a few.

Take It to the Bridge: Just like a temperamental teenager, the Bridge School Benefit Concert enters its 16th year--older, wiser, a little rebellious and always with a few tricks up its sleeve.

Changing Their Tune: DJs dominate the local SOFA scene, but there's no reason to panic.


News: Stretching the Truth
How the District 7 San Jose City Council race between Terry Gregory and Ed Voss turned into a bloodbath.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: The real story on Measures A, B and F.

Public Eye: Campaign ethics turmoil.

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Biter: Scaredy Cats, One and All.

Techsploits: $1000 Genome.

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Mengele's Ashes: 'The Grey Zone': Don't say you weren't warned.

The Nutty Nut: P.T. Anderson's wistful and fitful 'Punch-Drunk Love.'

Cracked Actor: Bob Crane menaces the world with his mojo in Paul Schrader's 'Auto Focus.'

What a Drag: War movies are hell: 'All the Queen's Men.'

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Aural Fixation: dredg at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz.

All Shook Down: Peter Gabriel turns back the clock on 'Up.'

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It Only Hurts a Little and Other Lies: A new book delves into the history of tattooing.

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Swingin' on a Star: The Echo in Los Altos.

Cheap Eats: Jalisco in Campbell.


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