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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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For the Week of
November 17-23, 2004

Cover Story: 2004 Gift Guide:
Our guide to the valley in winter, just in time for the holidays.

News: Pumping Poison
The governor goes girlie man when it comes to clamping down on teenage dietary supplement abuse.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Need a hockey fix? Puck up.

Techsploits: Annalee Newitz explains how to avoid surveillance while on the Internet.

Rev: The Big Con: My whiskey bottle had been drained the night before, and I had a headache the size of an iceberg, pre-global warming.

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Original Cine: The International Latino Film Festival brings new and vintage features and documentaries to San Jose.

Blues Power: 'Lightning in a Bottle' salutes blues greats.

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So Your Kid Likes Avril: All is not lost! Avril Lavigne is the gateway drug of the new generation!

The World Isn't Ready: From Sri Lanka to London to your headphones, meet M.I.A.

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Remembering Iris Chang: Local author Iris Chang, 19682004, spoke with passion and force about unspeakable incidents.

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Take Two: Kuleto's Italian Restaurant turns over a new leaf.

Live Feed: Resistance Diet: Part II.

5 Places to Love: Seasonal 'shrooms.

Club Life: Splash in San Jose.

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Pirates in the Valley: Choreographer Daryl Gray talks about Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley's splashy new take on 'Pirates of Penzance.'


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