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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
November 24-December 1, 1999

Cover: Disappearing Acts
Urbanization in the Santa Clara Valley is threatening the survival of native species, some of which are nearing extinction.


News: Not in Ecstasy
The makers of GHB, GBL and other so-called designer drugs are outrunning the law. Has U.S. drug policy finally met its match?

Metropolis News Extras

  • Campbell: Police pursuit ends in arrests.
  • Los Gatos: Classic Chicken Or The Egg conundrum derails access.
Beastly Feast: Happy Hollow's Thanksgiving dinner is a walk on the wild side.

Public Eye: Judge candidate says decriminalize drugs. Calpine, Bechtel build dream team. Water board controversy boils over.


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Geek Grrl Anthems: Underground pop animates grrl-hood on 'Le Tigre.'

Holst in Orbit at Flint: SJ Symphony takes a tour of 'The Planets' with William Boughton at the controls.

Rock to Risqué: Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas sell a sexy sound.

Aural Fixation: Korn's latest album chronicles its struggles with stardom.

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Toys R Him: John Lasseter talks about his lifelong passion for toys and his newfound passion for 'Toy Story 2.'

Auteur Biography: 'American Movie' focuses on an eccentric small-town filmmaker.

Still Sick: 'Spike and Mike' serve up another season of twisted animation.

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Information Trash: A glossary for those in and out of the loop.

[Dining]
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Full Steam: Los Gatos' Steamer's grillhouse makes a splash in new home.

A La Carte: Food pioneer Jesse Cool gets even cooler with the opening of her new catering café.


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