For the Week of
April 20-26, 2005
Cover: Hungry Valley:
A new movement for 'community food security' believes hunger can only be beat by going beyond food banks.
Still Hungry: 'Community food security' is revolutionizing the way this country tackles its growing hunger problem. But is Silicon Valley getting left behind?
A View From the North: When the hunger solution becomes the problem.
Inside Silicon Valley's Hunger Problem: The Lord's Pantry and Martha's Kitchen.
News: Inside the Mind of a Creationist:
In the last year, Silicon Valley has been a center of a showdown over religious beliefs in public schools. Meet the other side.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Silicon Alleys: The Other Joey.
Techsploits: Free the Cameras.
Rev: Real Earth Day: Though I had high hopes the United States would be blessed with the presence of the updated VW Microbus--we've been dissed!
The abstractions of Naomie Kremer shimmer in full flux at SJICA.
Mr. Chow: 'Kung Fu Hustle' kicks its way through the history of martial-arts movies.
One for Three: 'Eros' is anything but arousing.
Basebrawl: The new documentary 'Up for Grabs' shows how a baseball turned into an apple of discord.
U.N. Unthriller: Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn heal their wounds while trying to save the world in 'The Interpreter.'
Jersey Boys: 'Winter Solstice' takes place between the lines.
Cotton Club: Remember when rock T-shirts meant something?
Maggot Brain: San Jose is for heshers; when will commercial radio recognize?
Two Tickets To Pinot Paradise: Pinot noir lovers aren't giving up on their favorite just because it's trendy.
Live Feed: Rattling the Chains.
5 Places to Love: Picnic Spots.
Club Life: Fahrenheit Ultra Lounge in San Jose.
Diamonds In the Rough: Betting on the future at TheatreWorks' annual New Works Festival .
No-Spinster Zone: Susannah Greenwood's Lizzie belies the societal stigma in Northside's 'Rainmaker.'
King's Reign: American Musical Theatre of San Jose pays tribute to Carole King's songbook in 'Tapestry.'
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