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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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Best of Silicon Valley 2005

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Bars and Clubs 2005

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For the Week of
December 21-27, 2005

Cover Story: When Animals Talk Back:
True adventures with animated Christian soldiers.

News: All Dogs Go to Heaven:
The story of the SJ police raid on Hell's Angels has gone from gruesome tragedy to civil rights victory.

The Fly: The verdict in the Michael Walker trial angers supporters of Walker's shooting victim, Rudy Cardenas.

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Silicon Alleys: The Secret Steinholders.

Techsploits: Best. Monster. Ever.

Rev: Ford said that the Volvo portion of the company will continue to advertise in the gay media. It seems like a smart move to market to gay people, considering that the gay market is actually very family oriented, thank you.

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Lights, Camera, Action!: As they celebrate their 30th year as Silicon Valley's maverick movie houses, the Camera Cinemas have become the stuff of local legend .

Payback: Hit men track down the Olympic killers in Steven Spielberg's 'Munich.'

Nude Brood: Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins star in 'Mrs. Henderson Presents,' a story of how toplessness won the war.

Citizen Lane: The film version of the hit(ler) musical, 'The Producers,' is an old joke trying to look new.

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Cover Me: Are Bay Area tribute bands even better than the real thing?

So Last Year: 2005: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

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Book Box: 'Flashman on The March' and 'Georges Braque: A Life.'

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Psst! Eat At Gochi: The owners may prefer to keep it under wraps, but you won't find anything quite like it.

Live Feed: News Flash: Junk Is Junk!

5 Things: Candy Canes.

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'The Nutcracker,' a Long View: Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley's holiday classic looks brand-new from a distance.


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