For the Week of
August 10-16, 2005
Cover Story: We Can Build You:
New exhibit brings Frankenstein's legacy to life.
News: Guilt by Association:
Did DSA head Jose Salcido sign away his union's political rights and perjure himself in hopes of being named sheriff?
The Fly: The San Francisco Chronicle has let its South Bay coverage go to pot.
Cast your ballot in the 2005 Metro Silicon Valley Readers Poll.
Silicon Alleys: Meat Loaf Art.
Earth Moves: As the season progresses, flashes of the championship San Jose Earthquakes have started to come back.
Techsploits: Smart geeks keep getting harassed or bribed into silence by major corporations all the time.
Rev: Grateful He's Dead: If the car is an extension of you, maybe some Deadheads were catching on that the police could easily profile them based on wacky cars and stickers and make the assumption: possession of narcotics.
A San Jose kid takes second prize at a sugar-cube art competition for his model of Mission San Jose.
The Cool World: Bill Murray, another 'Dead Man' walking, revisits the loves of his life in Jim Jarmusch's 'Broken Flowers.'
The Iceman Cometh: Director Michael Winterbottom brings you the suspect joys of British sex in '9 Songs.'
The Bear Whisperer: Werner Herzog analyzes a fellow filmmaker's ursine love and folly in 'Grizzly Man.'
'Raid' to Order: John Dahl's World War II rescue film, 'The Great Raid,' sinks into stilted solemnity.
The Beautiful South: 'Junebug' offers lovely acting in a slender slice-of-the-South indie.
Gagging: 'The Aristocrats' chronicles the infinite varieties of the world's most disgusting joke.
Future Shock: Jazz Beyond helps San Jose Jazz Festival embrace the eclectic this weekend.
Continental Drift: After the passing of bassist Brent Kimble, the instrumental band Continental soldiers on.
Rushing River of Music: The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music hit both rapids and calms in its first two concerts.
Let's Get Lost: Rebecca Solnit strays the path in 'Field Guide.'
Bookbox: 'The Grail Bird' by Tim Gallagher, 'Descent' by Brad Matsen and 'Here Is Where We Meet' by John Berger.
French Connection: Fine dining at Le Papillon means stepping into another world.
Live Feed: Stett's State of the Scene Address.
5 Things to Love: Wine Bars.
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