Fall Arts Preview 2008
Our Fall Arts Guide offers a thorough yet handy look at the upcoming schedules for the South Bay's theater, dance and opera companies, its orchestras, its museums and its literary specials.
We Got Game
Top gamers pour in from all over the world as NVISION makes San Jose the mecca of visual computing
Who Needs Bolt? | Pillow Talk
Not Lovin' It
The Silicon Valley Roller Girls' debut bout against the Port City Roller Girls.
Jim Rosenau shows off his witty book shelves made from books at the Kings Mountain Art Fair. The annual free craft and food fair takes place Aug. 30–31 and Sep. 1, 10am–5pm, at the Kings Mountain Community Center and Firehouse, 13889 Skyline Blvd., Woodside.
This Saturday (Aug. 30), 8:30am10am, Hidden Villa in Los Altos Hills offers human kids (ages 6 and up) a chance to meet and greetand even milksome of the demonstration farm's goats. It's a good idea to call ahead at 650.949.8650 for details.
Movie Review: 'Hamlet 2'
A spoof on the Bard falls short of the mark
'Perils of the New Land: Films of the Immigrant Experience (1920–1915)'
'Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 3, 1940–42'
'6 Films to Keep You Awake'
Lee 'Scratch' Perry teams up with Andrew W.K. for 'Repentance'
Dazz Band, E-40 and Metal Masters Tour
Let Hooters introduce you to the 'lean and show' and other patented moves
Slow Food Nation
5 Things to Love
Art Review: 'Once Upon a Time'
Elaine Badgley Arnoux gives fairy tales a sinister spin in new show
Stage Review: 'Grey Gardens'
An eccentric mother and daughter fight and sing at TheatreWorks
Letters to the Editor
August 27 - September 2, 2008