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04.30.08

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News

United We Strum
Stout City Rockers isn't just the name of the loose collective of South Bay rock artists who produce compilations under the same name. It's more like a way of life. Can they put the local rock scene on the map?

Meet the Rockers
South Bay scenesters go glam for a salute to rock style

News

Grounds for Suspicion
County puts former pesticide-company exec in charge of project to rid public lands of poisonous chemicals

The Fly: 04.30.08
Pete Constant uniform, Vietnamese-American candidates and an increase in the beer tax

Columns

Silicon Alleys
Hunger Strikes Meet Penalty Kicks

Technology News
How the Internet encourages people to censor themselves

Style
Going Glam

Events
Society Dog celebrates Cinco de Fido

Sporting Events
The 35th annual Cat's Hill Classic

Kids Events
Palo Alto Children's Theatre's Outreach Production program presents 'Boots!'

Movies

Film Review: '[email protected]'
A new documentary listens to the voices of aging but ageless singers

Film Review: 'Then She Found Me'
Helen Hunt should have stayed lost in her new feature

Film Review: 'The Singing Revolution'
How the Estonians sang their way to freedom

DVD Review
Diva Dolorosa

DVD Review
Intelligence, Season One

DVD Review
Fireworks Wednesday

DVD Review
Retribution

Music & Clubs

Paint the Town Blue
San Jose Blues Week uses blues appreciation to lend a helping hand

This Week's Music Picks
Duran Duran, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien and Oregon

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Restaurants

Local Boy Makes Good Food
Nick's captures essence of Los Gatos style and appetite

5 Things to Love
South Indian Restaurants

Live Feed
The High Cost of Rich Eating

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The Arts

Book Review
James D. Houston talks about Santa Cruz and its influence on his novels and essays

Stage Review: 'Mamma Mia!'
Eighties nostalgia triumphs at American Musical Theatre of San Jose

Stage Review: 'Country Club'
Dragon Productions turns a gimlet eye on WASP life

Stage Review: 'Light in the Piazza'
A trip abroad turns romantic in Palo Alto Players production

Stage Preview
Butchlalis de Panochtitlan breaks all the rules of gender and race at MACLA

Book Review
The Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History

Book Review
Curiosity ad Enlightenment: Collectors and Collections From the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century

The Arts

Letters to the Editor
April 30-May 6, 2008