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Silicon Valley Almanack

newspaper cover For the Week of
November 25-December 2, 1998

Cover: Frisky Business
The valley's all-ages show scene is thriving thanks to the tireless energy of a 19-year-old promoter named Eric Fanali.


News: Landmark Lust
Milpitas officials have called dibs on being northern gateway to Silicon Valley--and they want to erect a giant space needle to prove it.

Metropolis News Extras

Public Eye: Valley late to join Gray Davis bandwagon.

Seeing Double: That holiday gift for the child who can't get enough of herself.


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Spruced-Up Bruce: Bruce Springsteen remasters his legacy on Tracks, a look back at the trajectory of his career.

Waiting on the Stones: Heather Zimmerman was there when the ticket window opened at the San Jose Arena and the Rolling Stones fans bought their dream ducats. A report from the front lines.

Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CDs by Plaid and Vanilla Ice.

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Bess Seller: A biography of the young Elizabeth I trades motion for spectacle.

Cruise Control: Documentarian Bennett Miller and 'Speed' Levitch take Manhattan by bus.

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Dream Weavers: Husband-wife team Gary and Vickie Messick provide the basic fabric for a great restaurant experience at Los Gatos' Tapestry.

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Young Love and Lovers: Opera San José mounts a lush and zesty version of Gounód's Roméo and Juliette.


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