For the Week of
April 13-19, 2005
Cover Story: Paint or Die:
Boarding legend Steve Caballero is leading a new movement among skate rats: fine art.
News: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes:
Sure, the laws surrounding medical marijuana can be complicated. But when county officials' enforcement of them started looking as wacky as the tobacky, activists got fired up.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Silicon Alleys: There's nowhere in SV to hide from Gary Singh's new column.
Techsploits: Open Maps.
Rev: FamilyMobile: Though I had high hopes the United States would be blessed with the presence of the updated VW Microbuswe've been dissed!
For its first biennial show, MACLA surveys the state of California Chicana and Chicano art.
Shell Shock: 'Turtles Can Fly' captures children's dreams of the end of the world
in war-torn Iraq.
Hardware Wars: Park Chan-wook's cult revenge thriller 'Oldboy' cuts closer to the bone than 'Saw.'
Stereopathetic: Is it possible to love Beck and despise Scientology?
Do It Like a G.O.!: Submit to the Go! Team's not-so-subtle charms.
House of Glass: Cabrillo Festival announces summer lineup, including West Coast premiere of Philip Glass' 'Lewis and Clark' piano concerto.
In Search Of Omakase: Mountain View's Sushi Tomi offers a rare opportunity for a little-known sushi tradition.
Live Feed: The Return of Uncle Frank's.
5 Places to Love: Great Dim Sum Restaurants.
Wagner on The Rocks: Opera San José steers a course through a stormy 'Flying Dutchman' at the California Theatre.
Topping Off: TheatreWorks dresses up for 'Crowns,' a salute to Southern gospel finery.
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