For the Week of
March 29-April 4, 2006
Cover Story: It Came From Under the Sea:
Can Northern California handle the giant squid invasion?
News: The Plot Sickens:
The strange but true story of conspiracy with city officials and a secret plan against circus protesters at HP Pavilion.
The Fly: The tiff over Measure A gets nastier.
Silicon Alleys: The Return of Soccer.
Techsploits: Feeling Everybody Up: But in point of fact, measuring people's moods about something before it comes out merely reveals how much buzz has been generated by advertising campaigns.
Rev: Virtue: He thinks a gas tax would make the Saudis angry because we're asking for more oil but increasing the price to lower demand.
Screaming: A show of Munch prints at Stanford opens a window into the Norwegian artist's troubled soul.
Hot Hues: Vivid colors and forceful figures dominate '¡Arte Caliente!' show at San Jose Museum of Art.
Bird Shots: Mexican feature 'Duck Season' tells the incredible story of a Sunday when nothing happened.
Looks That Kill: Epitaph's I Am Ghost is more than mascara.
Brain Dump: Hindsight is 20/20. Bonus beats from SXSW 2006.
Book Box: 'The Judgment of Paris: The Revolutionary Decade That Gave the World Impressionism,' 'Little Money Street: In Search of Gypsies and Their Music in the South of France,' and 'Written Lives: Essays.'
How Pie I Am: You think you know what real pizza's about? La Pizzeria will school ya good.
5 Things: Spring Crops.
Live Feed: A Different Kind Of Pick-Me-Up.
Raising Jenny: A recluse genius designs a robot to show the world in San Jose Rep's 'Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow.'
Getting Rid of Rick: 'The Nerd' pays a painfully funny visit to City Lights.
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