For the Week of
February 1-7, 2006
Cover Story: No Direction Om:
South Bay Hindus clash over textbook portrayals of Indian history.
News: Desolation Row, Part 2:
In Part 1, a former Metro staffer found chaos and desperation in his New Orleans homecoming. Now, the conclusion.
The Fly: Prosecutors make a living off pointing fingers, so it's no wonder that they've resorted to that schoolyard tactic in the race for county D.A.
Silicon Alleys: The Ghost in The Basement.
Techsploits: Search Me.
Rev: Corporate Blog.
Kyoto Dreams: The Asian Art Museum displays the works that made Kyoto a center of artistic ambition.
Threads of Memory: Human hair connects the generations at SJICA and MACLA.
Corpse Ride: Tommy Lee Jones' 'The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada' is more than just a Tex-Mex version of 'Weekend at Bernie's.'
Reels of Fortune: Cinequest floods local screens with indie features, maverick marvels and hot-button docs this March.
Blue Light Special: Is Steven Soderbergh's 'Bubble' the future of filmmaking or just another speculative bubble?
Mild Wilde: In 'A Good Woman,' Scarlett Johansson plays Meg Windermere and loses; Helen Hunt and Tom Wilkinson redeem matters.
Twit City: Piper Perabo and Lena Headey star in 93 minutes of cute.
Bad Girl: In 1933, Barbara Stanwyck starred in 'Baby Face,' what was to be the last seriously adult Hollywood movie for 35 years.
Old-Time on the Edge: The Crooked Jades refuse to toe the bluegrass party line.
Goal Oriented: Music's love affair with soccer is well documented.
Metro's Club of the Week: Agenda Lounge in San Jose.
Book Box: 'The Cosmic Landscape: String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design' and 'Utterly Monkey.'
Village People: Woodside's Village Pub has survived the dotcom bust with its flavors intact.
Silicon Veggie: Why Veganism?
5 Things: Aphrodisiacs for a Steamy Valentine's Day.