For the Week of
March 23-29, 2005
Cover Story: Bride Effects:
An activist is moving the battle over same-sex marriage from San Francisco to Silicon Valley. Here's the catch: The woman she's fighting for isn't gay.
News: Playing to Nguyen:
Silicon Valley's Vietnamese community has been growing in size and influence. If front-runner Madison Nguyen takes the District 7 race, they'll have the first councilmember who speaks their language.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Biter: Saratoga's Comedy C-Word: Clean.
Rev: Car Blogs.
Grist at The Mill:
From gopher traps to Pong and Pet Rocks, Los Gatos has been a hotbed for inventors.
Half Lives: Woody Allen returns to form in two-sided tragic comedy 'Melinda and Melinda.'
Savoy Trifle: A guy, a girl, a gun and a camera love the movies not wisely but too well in 'After Midnight.'
Christmas in March: Trainspotter Danny Boyle makes one, you know, for the kids, with sentimental 'Millions.'
Loco Parentis: Allen and Costner mix estrogen and vodka in 'The Upside of Anger.'
Paid in Full: The recession is almost over, rock is for old people and dancing is back. An SXSW roundup.
Gory Details: Forget the First Twins. The Gore Gore Girls are here to kick ass.
Club Life: Buddha Lounge.
Savoring Salvador: Sabor Salvadoreño brings the flavors of El Salvador to Santa Clara.
Live Feed: It Takes a Village.
5 Places to Love: Great Mexican Restaurants.
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