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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 24-30, 2004

Cover Story: Talking Turkey:
The real story on the bird that's come to represent American Thanksgiving

News: Dogged Determination
Words and barbs are traded when hounds run free.

I'll Vote Yours, You Vote Mine: Why vote swapping failed in two elections. And why it might work in 2008.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Best Barista in the Silicon Valley?

Techsploits: Voting machine fraud?

Rev: For once, Robin made himself useful and built the entire car on his own with a blowtorch.

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Hoosiers: 'Kinsey' is a solid and sensitive biography of sex researcher Alfred Kinsey.

Stoned Again: In Oliver Stone's 'Alexander,' history is really just a record of people getting swords thrust in their guts.

Polar Attraction: 'The Polar Express' for all ages.

Swan Song: Franco Zeffirelli's 'Callas Forever': Maria, full of disgrace.

Trent's Last Case: 'The Machinist' is more fun than a movie about starvation and sleeplessness has any right to be.

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Just Awake, Dog: Mos Def and Talib Kweli speak from the shadows.

Pimp His Ride: DMC champ Golden Chyld infects the ears with his new mixtape.

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Crash Site: A new book explores the words and wisdom of J.G. Ballard.

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Darda, My Darling: An unusual Chinese restaurant where there's a lot to like.

Live Feed: Noodle Sleuth.

5 Reasons to Love: Half Moon Bay.

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A Glorious Thing: Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley strike gold in Daryl Gray's 'Pirates of Penzance.'

Nuts To You: Reformed potty mouth Sandra Tsing Loh searches for intelligent signs of life during the holidays.

Surviving The Curse: Opera San José overcame glitches to keep Puccini's 'Tosca' on course.

'Heroes' Worship: City Lights goes up, up and away with comic flair in 'Heroes.'


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