For the Week of
June 15-21, 2005
Cover Story: Jail Break:
Suspicious deaths and claims of brutality have rocked Santa Clara County jails. Authorities say inamtes are just trying to beat the system. Martin Rodriguez says the system beat him.
News: Dawn of the Dad:
The Divorced Fathers Network is offering a revolutionary approach to the archetypal angry man: dealing.
The Fly: How Strong Is Your Mayor?
Silicon Alleys: Cloak and Dagger.
Techsploits: Ika Resula.
Rev: The Wheels on the Bus: Moreover, the kids on buses were breathing a higher percentage of the buses' exhaust than the outside population.
Cape Fear: Christopher Nolan's 'Batman Begins' takes place on a dark and stormy knight.
Brain Drain: Bruce Campbell proves that two heads are better than one in 'Man With the Screaming Brain.'
Dig They Must: Thriller 'Tunnel' runs from East to West.
Funky Drummer: ?uestlove was groomed early to be the hardest-working drummer in hip-hop.
Apocalypse Now: Okinawan aggro-punk trio Bleach03 only look innocent.
Light Thoughts Meet Dark in the Dusk: What in heck is a Narraglyphic Picto Assemblage? Apparently only one of author Daniel Clowes' 'Ice Haven' characters knows.
More Lee's, Please: A new, betterand multiculturalapproach to fast food lands in San Jose.
Live Feed: UFW Launches Gallo Boycott.
5 Things to Love: Foods to Eat While Driving.
Thwarp Speed: 'Movin' Out' at American Musical Theatre of San Jose combines moves
Texas Tartuffe: Northside Theatre Company moves Molière's famous farce to an American backyard.
Breaking the Rules: Avner the Eccentric practices the art of existential miming in 'Exceptions to Gravity.'
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