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Winter Music Guide 2003

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For the Week of
December 11-17, 2003

Cover Story: Bidet, Mate
A Japanese manufacturer is trying to clean up in the American market with a $5000 toilet that does everything but wax your bikini line.

News: Night Moves
A fatal stabbing shocks the SoFa district.

Public Eye: The Committee to Elect Responsible Republicans has been accused of being irresponsible when it comes to paying their campaign advertising bills.

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Biter: A new dog owner talks about how he's so 'whipped.'

Techsploits: The nmap port scanner may be useful for protecting your computer, but it can also become a hacker's deadliest weapon.

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Imperfect Cool: Tyler Clark Burke and the Perpetual Motion Roadshow take DIY creativity to the next dimension at Anno Domini Gallery in San Jose.

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My Wrong Foot: Jim Sheridan's 'In America' paints a soft-focus view of an immigrant family's life in New York.

Suicide Solution: 'Gloomy Sunday' is a well-appointed tale of romance in Budapest before the big war.

Old Love: Old bachelor Jack Nicholson discovers unfamiliar feelings for wounded divorcee Diane Keaton in 'Something's Gotta Give.'

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Piece of Peace: Acclaimed jazz singer Clairdee puts listeners in the holiday mood with 'This Christmas.'

Aural Fixation: Manmade God headlined KSJO's 'Homegrown' show at the Edge.

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The Story of O: A name change and image sophistication allow chef Justin Perez to expand his sensuous domain at Restaurant O in Campbell.

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It's All About Mee: San Jose Rep mounts a marvelous production of Charles L. Mee's 'Wintertime.'

Behind the Wall: Theatreworks has fun with stage conventions in A.R. Gurney's 'The Fourth Wall.'

Dancing on Tradition: Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley breathes new life into 'The Nutcracker.'


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