For the Week of
May 4-10, 2005
Cover Story: At Play in the Fields of the Lord:
The South Bay rock scene goes to church.
News: Crying Wolf:
Critics of the East Palo Alto Police Department say a group of rogue cops called the Wolf Pack is hunting whistle-blowers.
The Fly: Will the Mystery Sunnyvale City Council Whistle-Blower sign in, please?
Silicon Alleys: Alien Notion.
Techsploits: Jihad! Jihad!
Rev: Boatcar: A complicated series of wings can be unfurled from the cockpit to create a hydrofoil once you hit water.
Eyes Wide Open:
This year's Open Studios covers three weekends and ranges from Pacifica to Morgan Hill.
Spellbound In Vietnam: Linh Viet's 'Once Upon a Time' dances to a different lute.
Smashup: A cycle of L.A. crime begins with a carjacking and ends with a feel-good blur in 'Crash.'
Pro and Con: 'Palindromes': no fetus can defeat us.
Hitching Post: Big budget 'Galaxy' will please old and new fans alike.
Ready for Combat: Lateef the Truth Speaker shall set you free.
Selling the Farm: Another rock venue bites the dust; Gilroy's Gaslighter Music Hall goes dark.
Follow The Leader: Guest conductor Patrick Flynn puts his stamp on Symphony Silicon Valley.
Club Life: Club Barcelona.
Yin-Yang Can Cook: Think vegetarians have it hard? Imagine what life is like for macrobiotic eaters, who finally have a place of their own in Palo Alto.
Silicon Veggie: When Good Vegetarians Go Bad.
5 Things to Love: Great Songs About Food.
Love and War: 'Hannah and Martin' at SJ Rep wrestles with the limits of forgiveness in the face of historical horror.
Looking Forward: TheatreWorks unveiled a raft of new works all in a rush last week.
For Whom the Belle Tolls: Emily Dickinson surfaces on a current of charisma in Pear production.
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