What's really behind America's supposedly 'random' workplace killings and school bomb plots? Mark Ames' 'Going Postal' has an unsettling answer.
Welfare for Wal-Mart
Local screening of controversial new documentary brings big-box subsidy debate to San Jose.
Silicon Valley News Notes
Fly has been getting some disturbing calls from locals who've run into trouble with Child Protective Services.
Bring Back the Prosciutto.
Hacking the Subway.
It takes three prisoners to make one license plateone to unfurl the aluminum spool, another to place the film on the plate and a third to do the stamping.
Gere smells, Binoche has spells; 'Bee Season' is spacey, but the East Bay has never looked better.
To Kerr Is Human
Henry James' screw turns tightly in 1961 ghost story 'The Innocents.'
'The Passenger,' Antonioni's 1975 riddle wrapped in a mystery wrapped in Jack Nicholson, returns.
Ballets Russes' charts dance history; Swanson and Valentino flirt in silent film 'Beyond the Rocks.'
The Poppy Jasper Film Festival presents shorts and film experts from near and far.
Shane Black pays ingratiating homage to Raymond Chandler in 'Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang.'
Cab Fare For Cutie
DCFC's Christopher Walla dishes about touring, arranging and life before Fox teen dramas.
How does one write about Limewire without attracting the feds? Very carefully.
Patxi's in San Jose.
Just Is For All
'Laziz' is Lebanese for 'delicious,' and for San Jose's Just Laziz, it's truth in advertising.
5 Things to Love
Golf Course Grills.
Stepping To the Screen
Daryl Gray turns soundtracks into dances for Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley.
West Side On the Far Side
AMTSJ's production of Bernstein/Sondheim classic takes time to bloom.
Renegade does Dahl's 'The BFG,' while the Pear remembers Maria Callas in 'Master Class.'
The Oxford Guide to Library Research and The Secret Life of the Lonely Doll: The Search for Dare Wright.