Choice Shorts: The work of Palo Alto documentarian Dorothy Fadiman is celebrated in a local retrospective.
Finding Neo: The Wachowski brothers brew up New Age malarkey in verbose 'The Matrix Revolutions.'
Neocon Babylon: 'Shattered Glass' exposes fraud at 'The New Republic.'
Steal This Beat: Give Skrunchface Projects your tired, discarded records, and they'll make a hot beat.
Lost in Translation: Like a Roberto Carlos free kick, Nossa Bossa put its own magical spin on Brazilian music.
Aural Fixation: Korn and Limp Bizkit co-headline the Xbox Back 2 Basics tour.
Words Without End: Simon Winchester tracks the history of the OED, the bible of the English language.
Ahoy, Sated: Los Gatos' Steamer's Grillhouse nets a plentiful menu of fine fishy food.
Season's Eatings: With the blush on the candy corn, the holiday season arrives: two glorious months of guiltless gluttony.
Time, Lines and Dreams: Margaret Wingrove explores the light and dark sides of the creative impulse in newest pieces.
Railroaded: 'On the 20th Century' provides a comic, tuneful journey.
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