A Silicon Valley visionary explains what's wrong with America—and how wikis can save it
Grand jury schools the city on its mishandling of money for History San Jose, but that may not be its only nonprofit problem
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The Last Orchard
This Thursday (Aug. 7) at 7pm, authors Linda and David Mullally talk about their new outdoors guide, 'Best Hikes With Dogs: Central California' (Mountaineers Books). The event takes place at REI Saratoga.
The latest edition of Redwood City's activity-rich Target Family Days is all about Hawaii, and features musicians Ledward Kaapana and Mike Kaawa, along with lots of projects for kids. It takes place Sunday (Aug. 10), noon–4pm, in downtown Redwood City.
Movie Review: 'American Teen'
It's not easy surviving to graduation in new documentary
Movie Review: 'Pineapple Express'
Stoner humor keeps Apatow-Rogen fans high
Movie Review: 'Man on Wire'
The true story behind the greatest real-life stunt of them all
Movie Review: 'The Naked Spur'
The Stanford Theatre revives one of Jimmy Stewart's most troubling Westerns
Catherine Deneuve: 5-Film Collection
Spaced: The Complete Series
British crooner James Hunter performs at this year's San Jose Jazz Festival
106 KMEL Block Party, The Phenomenauts and Wayne 'The Train' Hancock
Everybody Yum Cha
Silicon Valley boasts one of the best dim sum scenes this side of Beijing
The Lazy Vegan
5 Things to Love
Reasons to Eat Meat
Opera Preview: "Divide Light'
Montalvo Arts Center commissions a new musical drama about Emily Dickinson
Stage Review: 'Altar Boyz'
A hip-hop posses goes Christian at San Jose Stage
John Corigliano dominates the first weekend of Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music
'My Name Is Will,' by Jess Winfield, reviewed by Karen Laws
'The Ridiculous Race,' by Steve Hely and Vali Chandrasekaran, reviewed by Richard von Busack
Letters to the Editor
August 6 - 12, 2008