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Winter Music Guide 2003

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
November 13-19, 2003

Cover Story: Fast Food Nation
The next best thing to dieting may be not eating at all.

Anti-Bush League: Like sharks in a feeding frenzy, the Democratic presidential candidates have started turning on each other.

Public Eye: Locals look to unseat councilmember Nora Campos; the city of Campbell vs. the Gaslighter.

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Biter: Howard Dean's campaign schedule reveals his Southern strategy.

Techsploits: Voting machine manufacturer Diebold fails its screen test.

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O Captain, My Captain: Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany bond on the high seas in 'Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.'

Cousin, Cousine: No Baudelaire in Chabrol's 'Flower of Evil'--just a tale of the genteel family that won the 2002 Prix de Inceste.

Latino Screen: Five features from the Latino Film Festival screen in the South Bay.

Love, British Style: Fifteen (or so) characters in search of a plot in 'Love Actually.'

Family Values: Paired retrospectives at Castro Theatre and Pacific Film Archive reveal the subtle family dynamics of Japanese master director Yasujiro Ozu.

Towne Theater Changes: The San Jose art-house theater's future is no longer in doubt--Camera Cinemas has handed over the Towne to Indian Movie Cinema.

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Park's Place: Mike Park eases into singer/songwriter mode on his solo debut, 'For the Love of Music.'

Aural Fixation: Sevendust headlined the Edge after Staind canceled its San Jose date.

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Altar Identities: Pulp superheroes exert a strange fascination in the comic-book art of Alex Ross.

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Italy Chic: Piatti appeals with robust cooking and simpatico libations--all just around the corner from Bloomingdale's.

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Send in the Clown: Opera San José delivers intimate impact in 'Cavalleria' and 'Pagliacci.'


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