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Silicon Valley Almanack

For the Week of
December 24-30, 1998

Cover: Last Tango
As we enter the final year of the 20th century, Bay Area tango devotees reflect on the strangely seductive allure of the dance in this time and place.


News: Virginity Revisited
It's never too late to become a card-carrying virgin. Anyone willing to swear off non-marital sex can become one. And for the technically correct: laser surgery.

Public Eye: Honda buys a high profile in the Assembly.

Merry Birthday: The lifelong curse of being born on Christmas.


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New Year's Guide: The best of December 31st events around the Bay Area.

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A Year in Jazz: Nothing fancy but plenty to cheer about in the world of jazz for 1998.

Following Hunter: Nicky Baxter reviews Long John Hunter's blues album Ride With Me.

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Soapy Irish Spring: In Waking Ned Devine, small-town Irish shenanigans lead to a donnybrook.

Doublet Trouble: Shakespeare in Love has fun with Will's bard times.

The Road From Rio: Central Station takes in the extremities of Brazil.

Out of Ireland: Pat O'Connor's Dancing at Lughnasa takes a gander at Irish country life.

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Sweet Surrender: For some, Christina Waters writes, holiday cookies are a lesson in temptation.

Bargain Bites: A hideaway under a freeway overpass conceals food well worth a traffic stop.

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In the 'Haus' of Funk: Kelly Detweiler toys with pop-culture images in his new show at ICA.


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