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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
December 7-13, 2005

Cover Story: How John Waters Stole Christmas!:
Crazy carols, ex-cons, meet-and-greets and Christmas terrorism—it's all in a season's work for John Waters.

News: Chopping Mad:
Residents around Los Gatos Creek are up in arms about San Jose Water's logging plan.

The Fly: This past week was surprisingly good to La Raza Roundtable chairman Victor Garza, yet he still isn't happy.

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Silicon Alleys: True Local Flavor.

Techsploits: Music Is Evil.

Rev: 'Crap Cars' features page after page of crappy cars with their original marketing photos and Richard Porter's pithy analysis of what makes a bad car really bad.

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Oil Slick: Politics and oil muddy the waters in confusing international thriller 'Syriana.'

Lion Down: 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe'—critter mayhem in a Christian land far, far away.

Waterless World: Los Gatos-raised filmmaker Ben Rekhi's indie movie 'Waterborne' condemns L.A. to terror.

Love Eternal: 'Portrait of Jennie' remains the perfect romantic movie almost 60 years later.

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Strung Out: Charlie Hunter brings his trio back to the West Coast for the holidays.

Happily Deranged: Kids' show 'Pete & Pete' mined underground rock way before 'The O.C.' did.

Club Life: San Jose Museum of Art's December Performance Series.

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Mag Fever: 'The Complete New Yorker' on eight tiny DVDs fulfills a magazine hoarder's wildest dreams.

Book Box: 'The Wit in the Dungeon' and 'Taisho Chic: Japanese Modernity, Nostalgia and Deco.'

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Breaking Through: Aldo's winning formula has cracked one of Silicon Valley's toughest markets: Los Altos.

Silicon Veggie: Who Picks These Dates?

5 Things: Habits of Highly Successful Waiters.

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Taffeta Pull: New tunes and chatter add holiday charm to Tabard's 'Taffeta Christmas.'

Fairy-Tale Finery: TheatreWorks ventures deep 'Into the Woods.'

Pride Weeks: San Jose Rep stages a 'Pride and Prejudice' with a maximum of dialogue and a minimum of sets.


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