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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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Bars and Clubs 2004

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For the Week of
November 3-10, 2004

Cover Story: Loserpalooza:
Depressed wine drinkers! Midlife-crisis-stricken superheroes! Men who never grew up! Is this weekend's movie lineup the first sign of a newly mature cinema?

News: Catch Me If You Can
Bandit cabs sneak into San Jose to mooch the downtown hustle.

The Fly: Election: From Palo Alto to the Almaden Valley, we buzzed through the parties of the political elite to find who had the best to offer this electoral season.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Bono and the Edge hit the California Theatre to promote Apple's new U2 iPod—and Biter had to walk a grueling, whopping block and a half from the office to see them.

Techsploits: Annalee Newitz is plagued by questions about the Internet, like 'Why doesn't somebody save Salon.com?'

Rev: Mysterious Fluid: I had a dream about elevators going down or something, and woke up to the sensation of being stuck to the bottom of the truck bed.

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The Frayer: The San Jose Jewish Film Festival screens a modern Candide tale in 'James' Journey to Jerusalem.'

Baloonatic: 'Enduring Love' is an impatience-provoking film essay on the laws of attraction.

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Head of The Class: Arturo O'Farrill schools the world in Afro-Latin music.

Brian's Song: Betwixt a 'Smile' and a tear.

In Like Flynn: Guest conductor Patrick Flynn led Symphony Silicon Valley to new heights in its new home.

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The Lady Is Strange: Hysterical women of historical fiction.

Ring Bearer: 'Unforgivable Blackness' brings pioneering black boxer Jack Johnson to life in all his vulgar and splendid glory.

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Sensory Surprise: Anise Cafe offers uncommonly good food in an unlikely place.

Silicon Veggie: Veggie for the Holidays.

5 Places to Love: Thanksgiving.


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