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Metro Silicon Valley
December 7-13, 2005

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News

How John Waters Stole Christmas!
Crazy carols, ex-cons, meet-and-greets and Christmas terrorism—it's all in a season's work for John Waters.

News

Chopping Mad
Residents around Los Gatos Creek are up in arms about San Jose Water's logging plan.


Silicon Valley News Notes
This past week was surprisingly good to La Raza Roundtable chairman Victor Garza, yet he still isn't happy.

Columns

Silicon Alleys
True Local Flavor.

Technology News
Music Is Evil.

Car Culture
'Crap Cars' features page after page of crappy cars with their original marketing photos and Richard Porter's pithy analysis of what makes a bad car really bad.

Movies

Oil Slick
Politics and oil muddy the waters in confusing international thriller 'Syriana.'

Waterless World
Los Gatos-raised filmmaker Ben Rekhi's indie movie 'Waterborne' condemns L.A. to terror.

Love Eternal
'Portrait of Jennie' remains the perfect romantic movie almost 60 years later.

MORE MOVIE REVIEWS    MOVIE TIMES

Music & Clubs

Strung Out
Charlie Hunter brings his trio back to the West Coast for the holidays.

Happily Deranged
Kids' show 'Pete & Pete' mined underground rock way before 'The O.C.' did.

Club Life
San Jose Museum of Art's December Performance Series.

MORE NIGHTLIFE    NIGHTLIFE CALENDAR

Restaurants

Breaking Through
Aldo's winning formula has cracked one of Silicon Valley's toughest markets: Los Altos.

Silicon Veggie
Who Picks These Dates?

5 Things to Love
Habits of Highly Successful Waiters.

BOOK A RESTAURANT RESERVATION    FIND A RESTAURANT REVIEW

The Arts

Mag Fever
'The Complete New Yorker' on eight tiny DVDs fulfills a magazine hoarder's wildest dreams.

Taffeta Pull
New tunes and chatter add holiday charm to Tabard's 'Taffeta Christmas.'

Fairy-Tale Finery
TheatreWorks ventures deep 'Into the Woods.'

Pride Weeks
San Jose Rep stages a 'Pride and Prejudice' with a maximum of dialogue and a minimum of sets.

Book Box
The Wit in the Dungeon, by Anthony Holden; Taisho Chic: Japanese Modernity, Nostalgia and Deco compiled by the Honolulu Academy of Arts.




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