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The Man Who Saved The Mountain Winery
The bizarre history of Saratoga's chateau and how Bill Hirschman rescued its live music series
Loca Girl Makes Good
Margaret Cho invades the Mountain Winery summer series
Truth or Scare?
UFO researchers confront rash of new evidence regarding 'observed technology'
Goodbye to Red Racks? | Banner Week | By Any Name
2008 NCAA Masters Track Championships
As part of its celebration of cutting-edge sounds, the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music also presents a food and wine festival with culinary specials, world music and dance and craftspeople. The event takes place Saturday–Sunday (11am–8pm) on Church Street by the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium downtown.
Palo Alto Children's Theatre presents a Wingspread Summer Stock presentation of Cole Porter's musical 'Anything Goes,' Aug. 1–8 at 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Pictured are Keith Burgelin and Katie Leyva.
Movie Review: 'My Winnipeg'
Guy Maddin explores the quirky side of Canada
Richard von Busack talks to director Guy Maddin
Movie Review: 'Baghead'
Mumblecore comes of age
Movie Review: 'Ripple Effect'
A fashion designer and really bad driver finds redemption in forgiveness
Movie Review: 'Swing Vote'
Kevin Costner plays election-day snafu for laughs
'The Bank Job'
'Wide Sargasso Sea'
MORE MOVIE REVIEWS MOVIE TIMES
Dueling pianos take audiences to the wild side
MORE MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE MUSIC AND CLUBS LISTINGS MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE CALENDAR PICKS
Four years later, another look at one of Silicon Valley's more daring Mexican menus
5 Things to Love
Iconic Silicon Valley Restaurants
BOOK A RESTAURANT RESERVATION FIND A RESTAURANT REVIEW
Classical Preview: World Beaters
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music unveils five world premieres
'The Pajama Game' at Foothill Music Theatre
Carrie Fisher tells all in 'Wishful Drinking' at SJ Rep
'Black and White and Dead All Over," by John Darnton, reviewed by Michael S. Gant
'Zombie Haiku' by Ryan Mecum, reviewed by Matthew Craggs
[email protected] looks at birth of 20th-century classical
Letters to the Editor
July 30 - August 5, 2008