For the Week of
January 18-24, 2006
Cover Story: 'Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World':
Actor/director Albert Brooks and Islamic comics in Santa Clara push the envelope.
News: Governor Who?:
Democrats are hoping Phil Angelides can unseat Schwarzenegger. But will he be running against his own past?
The Fly: Zyng ends SJ fling.
Silicon Alleys: Pages From History.
Techsploits: Good Fakes.
Rev: Door, Meet Bicycle.
Sunny Side Up: Cirque du Soleil returns to San Jose with 'Corteo,' an acrobatic meditation on the meaning of clowning.
Kill All the Lawyers: Masterpiece Theatre negotiates the legal labyrinth of Dickens' 'Bleak House' in a magnificent miniseries.
Celluloid Hero: Ex-Braid and Hey Mercedes singer Robert Nanna begins anew in The City on Film.
Tragic Legends: John Jacob Niles' songs of hill folk.
Club Life: Keeping track of nightclub changeovers and updates requires diligence of a supersleuth.
Book Box: 'Crap Jobs: 100 Tales Of Workplace Hell' and 'Come On In!: New Poems.'
Fast, Cheap And Full Of Soul: Amber Cafe is fast food for people who like good food.
Live Feed: I'd Like to Buy the World a Coca.
5 Things: Foods for Inner Warmth.
Fever Pitch: The Martha Graham Dance Company keeps the fierce spirit of its founder alive.
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