Does God Love Gays?
Cinequest filmmaker Luane Beck says yes in the locally made documentary 'God and Gays.'
Cupertino business owners and residents are steamed at development being orchestrated by San Jose, outside of local jurisdiction.
Silicon Valley News Notes
San Jose Mayor Ron Gonzales will leave behind a costly legacy.
At the RSA Conference in San Jose, convention delegates jammed the floor while Secret Service chaps with spiral phone cords in their ears oversaw the action from the balcony level.
U.S. companies struggle with the Prime Directive in dealing with China.
One problem with corn fuel is its relative inefficiency.
San Jose's film festival reels from the sublime to the outrageous in 12 days.
Michael Winterbottom wrestles Laurence Sterne's unfilmable 'Tristram Shandy' to a cinematic draw.
'Shut Yer Dirty Little Mouth!' chronicles the alcohol-fueled battles of two SFers.
Doing Her Own Thing
DJ Backside reps for the ladies and the hyphy movement worldwide.
Now Hear This
Earphones hurt so bad but feel so good.
Mountain View's Southern Spice is Indian food on the edge.
Metro restaurant critic's toddler is not interested in food right now.
5 Things to Love
A new show at Cantor Arts Center tracks 19th-century ideas about children in high art and popular culture.
Foothill Music Theatre opens the comic floodgates with 'Urinetown.'
Having Words in 'Private'
Northside Theatre Company plays Noel Coward's love games in 'Private Lives.'
Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights, by Kenji Yoshino; Still Standing: A Century of Urban Train Station Design by Christopher Brown; Beyond the Naked Eye: Details From the National Gallery by Jill Dunkerton and Rachel Billinge.