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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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Best of Silicon Valley 2004

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Bars and Clubs 2004

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For the Week of
December 29, 2004-January 4, 2005

Cover Story: 2004: The Year in Scandals:
Also: The year in quotes, plus 2004's most memorable pop music scandals.

News: No Cod for Me
Enviro-friendly fish choices seems to be catching on among diners across the country.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: How to stop worrying and love big spending.

Techsploits: The outcome of the 'Brand X' case has the potential to change the cost of broadband cable Internet access.

Rev: Yelling at boom car drivers or passive-aggressively involving the police seems like a losing proposition. Boom car drivers are people, too.

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Unreeling The Year: 'The Incredibles' and 'Sideways' led the way in a 2004 riven by the culture wars.

Year of the Mutant: Get ready, baby: it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Verve: Kevin Spacey's 'Beyond the Sea' is a musical that knows its limits.

Little Birds: 'The Woodsman' offers sympathy for a short eyes.

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Riding the Storm Out: In 2004, pop music was a mess of contradictions.

Singled Out: MP3 blogs and iTunes boosted the singles market. Here's an impartial list of the best from 2004.

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Our Utopia: Eating abroad at home, on South De Anza Boulevard.

5 Places to Love: Party Like It's 2005.

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War and Regret: TheatreWorks looks at timeless social tensions in 'All My Sons.'


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