For the Week of
February 16-22, 2005
Cover Story: Slam Lords:
Free-versing through teen angst.
News: Grumbling Classic
In 2003, black activists threw the biggest football party the city has ever seen. Two years later, they're still trying to sort out what went wrong.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
A Friend in Need: For lonely single guys, a female wingman can help close dealsbut at a price.
Biter: Party Politics.
Techsploits: Pig Organs.
Rev: Stakeout!: You might want to keep your door locked to keep out the vermin or other unexpected intruders.
In 'Girl Power!' exhibit at SJ Museum of Art, Laurie Long spies on her own life.
The ballet's 'Middle KingdomAncient China' paid tribute in dance to China's history.
Present Tense: San Jose filmmaker's 'The Ghost Riders' honors the past by documenting the future.
Hellboyish: 'Constantine': Beware, Demon, the power of Keanu himself commands you!
Vive la France: The newest of the New Wave speak and screen at Stanford French film festival.
The Shut-Ins: 'Nobody Knows' is smart, not sentimental, in portrait of a motherless family.
Queen for a Day: 'Her Majesty' is solid fare for tweeners.
Family Ties: Are careers of Ashlee and Jessica Simpson 21st-century versions of vaudeville clans?
Rebel Girl: M.I.A. chats about music, methods and metaphors.
Stones' Soup Rocks: Blue Stones offers good tofu soup and other Korean specialties.
Live Feed: Street of Eats: The Seoul Delhi.
5 Must-Haves: Inside Your Fridge.
A Feud Good Men: Heads roll, shatter and blow in SJ Stage Company's 'The Lonesome West.'
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