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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
December 1-7, 2004

Cover Story: Meet Your Mocker:
Who is Lonn Partridge, and why must he yank Silicon Valley's chain?

News: Muscle vs. Fitness
Weight can be a sign of health problems, right? Wrong. But it still leads to prejudicial thinking.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: The Bay Area Glass Institute turns molten glass into a work of art.

Techsploits: Annalee Newitz loves porn.

Rev: New Automotive Dictionary: I got to suckle at the thesaurus, discovering new words that would make me sound smart.

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Locked In Gilded Cages: 'Women on the Verge' show depicts the cultural confinement of the 19th century.

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Animals: Get as far away as you can from 'Closer.'

Soldiering On: Edward Dmytryk's 'The Young Lions' puts Marlon Brando in a fetching uniform.

Gone to Seed: All right, Chucky movies were never great, but do they have to drag Jennifer Tilly down with them?

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Once More, With Feeling: What happens to a one-hit wonder? Dishwalla doesn't want to find out.

Motion Picture Perfect: Why pop songs become popular through movies.

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Make a Pass: Salang Pass Restaurant offers an elegant entry into Afghan cuisine.

Silicon Veggie: A Christmas Tale.

5 Places to Love: Brewpubs.

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Scare Tactics: Dark tales unfold at San Jose Stage Company's 'The Woman in Black.'


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