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For the Week of
November 23-29, 2005

Cover Story: Brush Strikes:
A new show on visual politics asks: Can artists change the world with images?

News: Riot Place, Wrong Time:
Ugliness at De Anza protests leads to charges of racial profiling.

The Fly: Local nightclub owners are angry about the police's new club ordinance and how it was railroaded through.

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Silicon Alleys: Graveyard Shift.

Techsploits: Good Drugs.

Rev: As such, it is a great idea to carpool those long distances toward home, if you can. And these days this means taking a ride from a stranger found on Craigslist.org.

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The Boho Dance: Rosario Dawson in her underclothes vamps the world in Chris Columbus' film adaptation of 'Rent.'

Chill Thrill: 'The Ice Harvest' skates on very thin ice with anti-holiday bad cheer.

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Blame Canada: Politics, punk and Visa worries fuel the anger of Winnipeg's most vocal punk group.

Medicine Men: Sideshow soundtrack harks back to the early days of the carny.

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Iran, Iran All Night And Day: Get right with Mountain View's restaurant row, and sample the Persian food at Rose International Market.

Live Feed: Organic Is Dead, Long Live Organic.

5 Things to Love: Foods That Make You Smart.

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Veni, Vidi, Verdi: Opera San José overcomes some stilted staging with strong singing in production of 'A Masked Ball.'

Austen's In the Air: First a new movie adaptation, then San Jose Rep goes the stage route— 'Pride and Prejudice' never goes out of fashion.

A Word To the Wise: Four women struggle with World War II emotions and relations in City Lights' 'Wise Women.'

Swamp Things: Bayou siblings go over the top in Stage Company's outrageous 'Sugar Bean Sisters.'

Mixing It Up: Film, music and dance combined at Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley's latest program.


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