News: Dark Side of the Moon
How confusing is it to figure out when a new moon is sighted? For Muslims all over the world trying to nail the date of this year's Eid al-Adha, it was a contentious--and some believe political--matter, indeed. And it's not over yet.
Public Eye: The Knisses own millions of dollars worth of HP and Agilent stock.
Webmaster: Director David Cronenberg turns the screw in perfect horror movie 'Spider.'
Bad Fellas: 'City of God' trumps 'Gangs of New York' as a study of a hell-bound slum.
Cinequest--Week 2: A selective guide to the ups and downs, ins and outs, of the second week of this year's Cinequest.
Shining Sibelius: Symphony San Jose delivers stirring account of Sibelius' Second Symphony.
Aural Fixation: Spoken-word and hard rock collide with Hippie Aggression's peace, love and in-your-face vibe.
Chicago Confidential: A serial killer preys on the Chicago World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Erik Larson's 'The Devil in the White City.'
Another Stratta-sphere: For Stratta's devoted fans and newcomers alike, things just keep getting better at downtown's star central.
Dirty Deeds: Everything you've ever wanted to know about John Leguizamo's sex life is revealed in 'Sexaholix ... A Love Story.'
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