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For the Week of
March 16-22, 2005

Cover Story: Hawaii 0-Five:
This ain't your father's Hawaiian music scene. But it's taking Silicon Valley by storm.

Behind the Music: Positive stereotypes are still stereotypes. How James Houston and Eddie Kamae broke through them to tell the real story of Hawaiian music.

'Hawaiian Son': An Excerpt: From the foreword of Santa Cruz author James Houston's new book on the life and times of Hawaiian music legend Eddie Kamae.

News: Discovery Phaser:
Hint: If you ever want to stick it to Microsoft, file a lawsuit and then dig deep. Hell, it worked for Burst.com.

The Fly: This week's political bites.

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Biter: The Doctor Is Out.

Techsploits: Help Tech—Jail the Poor.

Rev: Paris Is Burning.

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Fluid Dynamics: The Blobjects movement refuses to be pinned down in new design show at the San Jose Museum of Art.

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Amazing Grace: 'The Grace Lee Project' explores the individuals among the ubiquitous.

Deaf Scot: 'Dear Frankie' gets you right in the haggis.

Spitting Devil: Hitler and his Reich minions die like poisoned rats in a bunker in 'Downfall.'

Into Africa: 'In My Country' is a Boer bore from Boorman.

Sweet and Salty: A German accordionist dreams of Texas in 'Schultze Gets the Blues.'

Steamed Up: Long-awaited anime 'Steamboy' dazzles the eye, but grates on the ears in dubbed version.

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Swallow That: In which our wayward reporter eats an entire record album. Well, OK—it's just a 7-inch.

The Big Takeover: DJ crew Dhamaal Soundsystem makes the Bay Area an Asian Massive epicenter.

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Beyond the Falafel: Sunnyvale's Dishdash gives Middle Eastern fare its fair due.

Live Feed: Water Fight.

5 Places to Love: Hawaiian-style restaurants.

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Tracking Changes: New musical at San Jose Rep presents a rock remix of Asian American history.

Starry Night: TheatreWorks tracks the emotional arc of the young van Gogh in 'Vincent in Brixton.'


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