For the Week of
September 28-October 4, 2005
Cover Story: BBQ: The Taste of America:
Mountain View's Uncle Frank is the pit master of America's true culinary art.
News: Learning Curve:
De Anza's Brian Murphy is shaking up higher education.
The Fly: Measure C Déjà Vu?
Silicon Alleys: Infidels and Other Subversives.
Techsploits: Glamorous Disease.
Rev: Berzerkley: Now, Berkeley has announced that it is following the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse emissions.
Hall of History: From daring cyclists to Dictaphones and panoramic views of the old days, the new City Hall features slices of the valley's past.
Far Future, Old West: 'Serenity' boasts space outlaws, space Apaches and the best space captain since Shatner shed his velours.
Men With Guns: David Cronenberg's 'A History of Violence' shocks an Indiana family out of their peaceful lives.
Forever Amber: Frodo goes on a quirky odyssey to the Old Country in 'Everything Is Illuminated.'
Beer Bust: Elijah Wood teaches the football louts how to sing the 'Star-Spangled Banner' in 'Green Street Hooligans.'
Jingles Jangle: Julianne Moore plays a '50s housewife on a winning streak in Defiance, Ohio.
No More Drama: With Digable Planets a not-so distant memory, Ladybug Mecca looks to the future.
In Flames: Mexican rockers Molotov boast of cajones as big as grapefruits.
Book Box: 'The Algebraist' by Iain M. Banks; 'The Root of Wild Madder: Chasing the History, Mystery and Lore of the Persian Carpet' by Brian Murphy.
Have Fun Storming The Castle!: Two Mediterranean restaurants provide a bastion of culinary refuge in a high-tech landscape.
Live Feed: Food Critic Secrets.
5 Things to Love: Good Korean Restaurants.
The Proof Is in the Play: David Auburn's family math adds up in City Lights production.
Fogged In: San Jose Stage Company goes to sea for ghostly 'Tenders in the Fog.'
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