For the Week of
November 2-8, 2005
Cover Story: What the Bleep Does He Know?:
In honor of Stephen Hawking's visit to San Jose, Metro's Science Jerk reveals how he learned everything from 'A Brief History of Time.'
News: Bobble the Vote:
Having trouble figuring out how to vote in next Tuesday¹s election? Talk to the head.
The Fly: Halloween is over, but anyone following the Merc's coverage of the murder of Pamela Vitale has plenty of reason to be frightened.
Silicon Alleys: San Jose Gets Global Stage.
Techsploits: Why Mice Sing.
Rev: Terra Pass then takes the money you submit and invests it in projects that will reduce global warming.
A Better World: 'The World on Sunday' showcases the graphic triumphs of Joseph Pulitzer¹s Sunday 'World' of the early 1900snow all we get is 'Parade.'
Burning Men: Jake Gyllenhaal stars as neither an officer nor a gentleman in 'Jarhead,' a story about the Gulf War.
Counter Intelligence: A rich guy and a poor guy contend for a lovely 'Shopgirl,' as they have since movies were invented.
Festival Fare: The San Jose Jewish Film Festival continues with biweekly screenings.
Ski Porn: Warren Miller is the Larry Flynt of ski flicks.
Pay to Play: A new booking policy at Gaslighter signals a new economic reality for musicians.
Order From Chaos: The Moistboyz are America's premier dirt rockers, a self-identified genre infused with profanity, distortion and more than a healthy dash of paranoia.
All That Jazz: Symphony Silicon Valley grafted classical and jazz motifs in weekend concert.
Club Life: 358 Culture Lounge.
Book Box: 'The Life of David' and 'Edge of Empire: Lives, Culture and Conquest in the East, 17501850.'
Setting The Bar: La Pastaia offers big-city style and the embodiment of rustic Italian fare.
Silicon Veggie: Surviving the Holidays.
5 Things to Love: Golf Course Grills.
Go West, Young Idol: 'American Idol' Diana DeGarmo sings songs of innocence but not inexperience for American Musical Theatre of San Jose's 'West Side Story.'
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