For the Week of
March 1-7, 2006
Cover Story: The Blog Revolution:
Is it all hype? Or can the 'Netroots' explosion lead to real political change?
News: Distant Relations:
Critics say Santa Clara County doesn't give its Human Relations Commission the power to investigate the serious issues that are brought before it.
The Fly: California leaders are turning to the South Bay to examine the statewide criminal justice system.
Silicon Alleys: 'Here Is a Man Who Stood Up': I felt like I was transplanted into 'Taxi Driver,' where Travis Bickle tries to rescue a pubescent Jodie Foster.
Techsploits: Being Italians, the researchers immediately proceeded to elaborate on how this finding explains bad calls in soccer games.
Rev: According to a researcher at the Culinary Institute of America, 19 percent of all meals and snacks are eaten in the car.
Chicken Little Drops Trou: 78th and Most Heinous Oscars Yet!: Oscar post-mortem.
Cinequest Briefs: A critical look at the documentaries and features at this year's festival.
Don't Go Back to Gimli: Cinequest looks north for 'Lucid,' a mind-bending thriller that bears the influence of Canada's best filmmakers.
The Wall: Cinequest documentary entry 'Occupied Minds' takes disturbing trip through Israel and Gaza Strip.
File Transfer Complete: MC Lars urges music fans to 'Download This Song.'
Assed Out: All I really need to know I learned from watching 'BET Uncut.'
Book Box: 'The Swamp: The Everglades, Florida and the Politics of Paradise' and 'Return to Wild America: A Yearlong Search for the Continent's Natural Soul.'
Your Pal Is Athena: Santa Clara grill is food fit for a goddess.
Silicon Veggie: Veggie Options in The Fast Food Nation.
5 Things: Essential Cookbooks.
Romeo Is Burning: Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley pumps up the drama in new production of 'Romeo and Juliet.'
Chronicles Of Bygone Era: Dragon Productions remembers Wendy Wasserstein with 'The Heidi Chronicles.'
Baby Business: City Lights and BABI look at life from the beginning.
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