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Summer Music Guide 2004

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InterPersonals: Silicon Valley's matchmaker

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For the Week of
October 13-19, 2004

Cover Story: Activist or Terrorist?:
To local Sikhs, he's a folk hero. India wants to prosecute him for murder. Kulvir Singh Barapind sits in a California jail as a U.S. court sorts out his fate.

News: Biotech Valley
Move over programmers. Silicon Valley is about to meet a new kind of geek.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: Candid Camry: Steal this car—please.

Techsploits: Hollywood hates kids.

Rev: Too Nice: Cancel my subscription. Oh wait, I don't actually have one. Just hand me a match.

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String Section: Fantastic puppets, timid politics: 'Team America: World Police.'

Haywire: Experimental 'Tarnation' explores a filmmaker's troubled life.

In the Loop: 'Primer' poses a host of tantalizing questions.

Melancholy Danes: The Shakespearean stage is off-limits to a wannabe actress in 'Stage Beauty.'

Raising the Roof: This year's San Jose Jewish Film Festival begins an eclectic mix of features with a singalong 'Fiddler.'

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Metal Massacre: The Eagles of Death Metal owe their existence to Jackyl and facial hair.

True Believer: New CD pays tribute to a cowpunk legend.

He Got Rhythm: Sergiu Comissiona guides the symphony through its maiden voyage at the California Theatre.

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Carne Pleasures: Consuelo Mexican Bistro is good, but not to die for.

Live Feed: Dine for a Higher Cause.

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Tuesdays in the Life: San Jose Repertory Theatre produces Mitch Albom's popular play about a writer and his mentor.

Woman's Work: Exploring the mommy-nanny dynamic in 'Living Out.'


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