History in the Making
Locals got out the vote on an election day like no other
Silicon Valley News Notes
The Revolution Will Be Amplified
Into the Closet
The San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles hosts an event called High Fiber Under Five this Friday (Nov. 7). Woven art of all kinds by known and upcoming artists will be for sale at $500 or under, including 'Whirling Dervish' by Marjan Kluepfel. The offerings can be previewed 10am–5pm on Friday, and the action begins at 6pm.
Film Review: 'My Father My Lord'
The Silicon Valley Film Festival looks at the demands of faith in new feature
Film Review: 'Soul Men'
Bernie Mac will be missed
Film Review: 'Loins of Punjab Presents'
A Desi Idol competition brings out the weird and wonderful
Mondays in the Sun
Arch of Triumph
A peek at Kool Keith's career
New Jersey's Trash
The Gaslight Anthem sings about the new desperation
Old Crow Medicine Show, Little Feat, Method Man and Redman
Beauty and The Greek
Stylish Opa! captures perfect Willow Glen vibe for the times
Classical Preview: Musical Heritage
Luis Valdez and Patricia Garcia Torres take a trip through Mexican musical history
'Flower Drum Song'
Opera Preview: 'The Elixir of Love'
Opera San Jose gives classic comic opera a local setting
The photographic visions of Richard Misrach are on display at the Palo Alto Art Center
Letters to the Editor
November 5 - 11, 2008