For the Week of
February 2-8, 2005
Cover Story: TV & Me:
So, you want to be a television star? Be careful what you wish for.
Talent Search: Richard von Busack searches the web for TV stardom.
10 Ways to Assault the Media: Paris Hilton doesn't have to do anything to get on TV, but the rest of us have to work at it.
News: Murder in a Head Shop
Will David Cruz's killer ever be found?
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Biter: Mea Culpability.
Techsploits: The outcome of the wars over peer-to-peer software could decimate the bedrock of the U.S. economy.
Rev: Go Enduro: The body has a stripped-down, almost skeletal look. Basically, they look like giant insects.
East vs. West:
Avant-garde Chinese artists take on Western notions of politics and culture in 'On the Edge' at Stanford.
Craft As Art:
The distinctions vanish at Palo Alto Art Center's show of Japanese art.
Cinequest Cascade: This year's Cinequest film festival in San Jose boasts more than 175 features and shorts.
Barrel's Bottom: The cruelest month? That would be January, bringer of 'Alone in the Dark' and 'Hide and Seek.'
Working Class Hero: Steve Earle's American revolution.
Club Life: Blue Rock Shoot in Saratoga.
Full Circle: Jeff Chang explores hip-hop's global effect in 'Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation.'
The Third Degree: Los Gatos newcomer has great ingredients to work with but doesn't always do them justice.
Silicon Veggie: Our resident vegetarian boldly takes on the final frontiersteakhousesand Peachwood's comes out on top.
5 Places to Love: Romantic Restaurants.
Waiting Beauties: The women in City Lights' 'Waiting Room' find little solace in men's healing arts.
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