For the Week of
April 6-12, 2005
Cover Story: The Eight Million Dollar Man:
Can eBay founder Pierre Omidyar save the worldor at least start a second online revolutionwith his new Web site?
News: Varsity Blues:
San Jose's one-man filmmaking machine tackles the troubled Spartan football program in new documentary.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Biter: The Last Bite.
Techsploits: Court Camp.
Rev: Animal Highway: Bugs meeting cars isn't a new thing. I have heard of drivers meeting up with mass migrations of tarantulas and grasshoppers, too.
Rifling The Past:
Sarah Winchester's compulsion to sprawl lives on in Jeremy Blake's
Grape Nuts: The new wine-sipping documentary 'Mondovino' traces the end of the French Reign of Terroir.
Lo and Behold: It's not easy being named Lolita, even if your father is a famous French writer.
Rising Force: Jake Shimabukuro proves that ukulele players can rock, too.
Sonic Ecstasy: Swervedriver get a scrap of their due.
Club Life: Mountain Winery.
Yea, America!: Los Altos Grill serves a heaping slice of American fare.
Silicon Veggie: SF's Veggie Surprise.
5 Reasons Not to Buy Farmed Salmon: Stick with the wild fish.
Zen Bowing: Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley probed the precision of balance in Smuin's 'Shinju.'
Slice and Dice: Pear Avenue cuts off eight 'Slices' of illusion and reality.
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