The Poet of Play
Silicon Valley's first celebrity entrepreneur Nolan Bushnell is once again at the intersection of technology and pop culture, trying to bounce back like a pixel cluster off a pong paddle.
Morning in Obamaland
Silicon Valley Obama 'movement' takes a new direction—local races and issues
Silicon Valley News Notes
The Poet Game
The giant inflatable Batman is just one of the many fanciful bounce houses now open for kids to jump themselves silly at the brand-new Bounce A Rama location at the Great Mall in Milpitas. The fun extends to a games zone and a pizza menu. The store opened Nov. 22 and is celebrating that fact all month long.
Movie Review: 'Australia'
Hugh and Nicole travel the outback in Baz Luhrmann's epic
Movie Review: 'Slumdog Millionaire'
A Mumbai street kid knows all the answers in Danny Boyle's new feature
Movie Review: 'Beauty in Trouble'
A woman tries to move home in Czech drama
DVD Review: 'Bill Douglas Trilogy'
A new collection highlights Scottish director's short, honest films about growing up hard
DVD Review: 'Chaplin'
An anniversary edition of Robert Downey, Jr.'s biopic includes making-of extras and Chaplin home movies
DVD Review: 'Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage'
So heart-warming your aortas will boil over
Former F/X owner Fil Maresca reconvenes the counterculture
Andre Nickatina, Hot for Teacher and Vicente Fernandez
Bodrum Cafe blends East and West
E Pluribus Yum
The Wine Column
Gold on Summit Road
Art Review: 'Durer to Picasso' at Stanford
Stanford shows off its best new art finds
Stage Review: 'Every Christmas Story Ever Told'
San Jose Stage Company puts the hilarity back in the holidays
Stage Review: 'Rapunzel'
City Lights plays fast and funny with familiar fairy tale
Letters to the Editor
November 26 - December 2, 2008