For the Week of
June 29-July 5, 2005
Cover Story: Border Smackdown:
It's Arnie vs. immigration. Are you ready to rumble?
News: October Surprise:
The mayor's garbage troubles can be traced back to Oct. 10, 2000. Here's the story of G-Day.
The Fly: 'Mercury' Falling.
Silicon Alleys: The Born Identity.
Techsploits: No Road for You.
Rev: Dog Days: The dog days of summer are here, and if you're a canine owner, that usually means shuttling Cujo to the local parks, swimming holes and doggy bakeries.
Dallying at Daniels: The Daniels Nature Center in the Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve is open weekends throughout the summer season.
San Jose artist Barron Storey draws on Goya to chart the horrors of 'Black Iraq.'
The Mr. T. Experience:
'The Sopranos: The Complete Fifth Season': don't fuggetaboutit.
Latchkey Kids: 'Me and You and Everyone We Know' is the best tag-team movie about Los Angeles since 'Short Cuts.'
Alien Nation: Steven Spielberg gets his war on.
He and She: 'Yes': Adulterers anonymous, in iambic pentameter. Wait, which one is supposed to be Rick Wakeman?
Sweat, Beer and Roq y Roll: As one journey ends for Café Tacuba, another begins.
The Mighty Duhks: Winnipeg's Duhks attract fans with an inventive take on bluegrass.
The Young Turk: Can't pronounce htipiti or cerkez tavugu? Doesn't matter at Thea, just eat it.
5 Places to Love: Malaysian Restaurants.
Couples Therapy: Margaret Wingrove peopled her latest program, 'Rachmaninov Variations,' with passionate pairs.
Breaking the Rules: Avner the Eccentric practices the art of existential miming in 'Exceptions to Gravity.'
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