For the Week of
September 21-27, 2005
Cover Story: Behind the Mask:
A Scorsese documentary and a wave of new releases don't think twice about revealing the real Bob Dylan.
News: New Orleans Tale:
Greed, incompetence and stupiditywho says the Bush administration doesn't have a disaster plan for New Orleans?
The Fly: A FARSE of One.
Silicon Alleys: Remembering Frontier Village.
Techsploits: Evolved Again.
Rev: Sierra Summit: Next up on the press junket was Honda, which, with surprisingly little fanfare, pulled off the sheet for the 2006 model of the Honda Civic Hybrid.
Great Shakes: Ronald Cerritos, the Earthquakes' all-time leading scorer, will try to help San Jose advance its first-place lead over L.A. and Dallas.
Wall Art: A new show at Stanford surveys the art of political persuasion.
Exquisite Corpse: 'Tim Burton's Corpse Bride' is a thing of beauty, possibly a joy forever.
Thumbs Down: A grandson of Holden Caulfield learns the truth at 17 in 'Thumbsucker.'
Sound and Vision: 'Touch the Sound' takes audiences on a sound journey with Evelyn Glennie.
Airplane!: Jodie Foster's 'Flightplan' is 'The Lady Vanishes' at 40,000 feet.
Cuban Heel: A middle-aged writer faces the decline of his powers and the decay of the Cuban dream in 'Perfecto Amor Equivocado.'
Desert Hearts: The ninth annual Arab Film Festival presents two weddings, and some funerals.
OK Composer: Christopher O'Riley believes Radiohead and Dmitri Shostakovich have more in common than you may think.
Film Threat: MACLA film festival sheds light on hip-hop's other elements.
Drink Big, Eat Small: Saizo introduces Silicon Valley to Japanese tapas.
Live Feed: Going Local.
5 Things to Love: Farmers Markets.
Oh, What a Night: 'The Night of the Iguana' is both cruel and funny at Pear Avenue Theatre.
A Tall Order: Renegade Theatre Experiment rides all the way to the top with David Auburn's 'Skyscraper.'
Wizard Waylaid: Opening-night technical glitches mar the work of a talented local cast in American Musical Theatre of San Jose's 'The Wizard of Oz.'
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