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Winter Music Guide 2003

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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Best of Silicon Valley | Best of Santa Clara Valley 2003

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For the Week of
November 20-26, 2003

Cover Story: Lights Up
Season survival in the land of the giving.

Admitting Mistakes: One-fifth of Santa Clara University's freshman class is missing--and the school doesn't have a clue why.

Public Eye: Eye crashes Schwarzenegger's inauguration.

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Biter: Anti-France hysteria rears its ugly American head again.

Techsploits: The Multimedia Undead.

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Tony Award: James Gandolfini's complex comic mob boss makes 'The Sopranos' on DVD the best Mafia tale since 'The Godfather.'

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Civil Wrongs: 'Return to the Valley' shows the mettle of local Japanese-Americans in post-internment and pre-civil rights America.

Woman in Flames: 'Gothika' works on the senses without making sense.

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Richman, Poor Man: Could the happy-go-lucky Jonathan Richman ever be in a funk?

Aural Fixation: dredg's artful appeal brought a studious-looking crowd to the Edge.

Back 2 the Future: Korn and limpbizkit hit on the past while pushing toward the future on the Xbox Back 2 Basics tour.

Symphony Savers: It's fashionable to predict that regional symphonies are down for the count. But music directors from around the Bay Area say that's not the whole story.

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After the Froth: Oak City Bar and Grill dishes out New American comfort food in a lofty lodge environment.


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