For the Week of
July 27-August 2, 2005
Cover Story: Wheeler Dealer:
Racing, cooking, rock & roll: Jon Wheeler is the San Jose Grand Prix's renaissance man.
News: No Direction Home:
Judging from one controversial case, there's going to be plenty of fighting over what to do with the residents of San Jose's Agnews Developmental Center.
The Fly: Newspaper deliveryman Manuel Coello's death shocks the Metro family.
Silicon Alleys: Machine Love.
Rev: Stranger Than Fiction: I'll never understand the luxury market for auto accessories, especially when I can barely vacuum out the beast once every five years.
Crumb for Dummies:
'The R. Crumb Handbook' chronicles 45 years of graphic outrage by the man who didn't come here to be polite.
Photo Finish: Courteney Cox must relive the past three times over in indie thriller 'November.'
Grind Finale: Rob Zombie mines the lower depths of '70s horror gore and digs up a nugget in 'The Devil's Rejects.'
Pretty in Capes: 'Sky High' proves that sometimes the first step is admitting cheesiness.
Cantoring: The SF Jewish Film Festival comes to Mountain View with 'Go for Zucker' and 'A Cantor's Tale.'
Truly, 'Malady,' Deeply: 'Tropical Malady,' a gay romance from Thailand, ventures into unexplored territory.
Southern Men: Jennings junior and others revitalize Mason-Dixon music.
Push It: Don't put off making a birthing soundtrack to the last minute.
Pot On: The Melting Pot is leading an unexpected fondue renaissance.
Live Feed: Eat Great and Smash the State.
5 Things to Love: Big Sur Restaurants.
Green Dress of Many Colors: Renegade Theatre Experiment delves into symbolic world of famous Spanish poet.
Musical Maude: TheatreWorks adds lyrics and music to cult movie in 'Harold & Maude: An Intimate Musical.'
Almost Like Being In Love: Foothill Music Theatre revives Lerner and Loewe's magical 'Brigadoon.'
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