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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
October 31-November 6, 2002

Cover Story: The Joe Must Go On
The very good life of the valley's original wedding singer, Joe Sharino.


News: Stumped for Governor?
Take our nifty personality quiz to figure out which candidate thinks like you.

Out of Left Field: How can the Green Party expect its candidates to win top offices when they haven't won state seats?

Ballot Recommendations: The Metro Cheat Sheet.

Public Eye: District 7 contender Ed Voss has a very bad week.

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Biter: Blanket Statements.

Notes From the Underbelly: Neon Ripped My Flesh.

Techsploits: The Usual Suspects.

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Rim Shots: Santa Cruz's Pacific Rim Film Festival ranges from New Zealand to Calcutta and San Diego and back again.

Katie Bar the Door: Katie Holmes goes to college in 'Abandon.'

Ax in the Water: Kathryn Bigelow's 'The Weight of Water' features murder in the past and angst in the present.

City of Lights: 'The Truth About Charlie' serves up Paris.

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Invisible Touch: Los Gatos' latest major-label export Trapt is determined to find success on its own terms.

Aural Fixation: The Burbank International Youth Center for the Performing Arts isn't a go yet.

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Brought to You by the Letter...: Z in Los Altos.

Cheap Eats: Zao Noodle Bar in Palo Alto.

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Dancing to Freedom: The Margaret Wingrove Dance Company celebrates its 20th anniversary.


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