For the Week of
February 23-March 1, 2005
Cover Story: Cinequest Special: Porn Patrol:
How two young pastors turned the hard-core world upside down with a Christian anti-porn website that's the subject of a controversial new film.
Cinequest 2005: Coverage of this year's festival.
News: All Eyes on You:
A San Jose group aims to keep the police in line.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Biter: Downtown Openings.
Techsploits: Who Moved My Data?
Rev: Car and Taxes: If you purchase a new hybrid gas-electric vehicle by the end of 2005, you can take a clean-fuel vehicle-tax deduction of up to $2,000.
Never Mind the Bollocks: Richard von Busack endures the Oscars.
War of the Mothers: Dan Harris' 'Imaginary Heroes' wrestle with love and death in Glen Ridge, N.J.
Move on Up: Goapele's goal for 2005 is to 'Change It All.'
Yearnin' Learnin': Oaktown Jazz Workshop's Khalil Shaheed lets the lessons flow.
King of California: Half a century of Upton Sinclair's state of the state.
Links Plus: Mom-and-pop shop Neto's is tops for sausage.
Live Feed: Not So Sweet.
5 Places: Crab Cake Spots.
Meat Pie in The Sky: The proof is in the filling in Foot Music Theatre's delicious 'Sweeney Todd.'
Dapper Flappers: Children's Musical Theater's 'The Boyfriend' follows the romances of five finishing-school girls over the course of a single day.
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