For the Week of
July 21-27, 2004
Cover Story: Hawk Radio:
Meet the most provocative man in radio: Phil Hendrie.
News: Multiplying Mayors
Under the Gonzales mayorship, councilmembers exercise unprecedented power in San Jose government.
The Fly: This week's political bites.
Here Come The Feds: Groups report rise in arrest and deportation of undocumented immigrants.
Biter: Tuning in to the 'Frasier' exhibit at Paramount's Great America.
Techsploits: The latest evolution in phone technology is 'voice over Internet Protocol.'
Rev: Biodiesel Diaries IIISouth America: 'I had time to wonder, "Is this car going to stop rolling? Are we rolling off of a cliff?"'
Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara's images of precocious, punk-rock children disturb and disrupt our dreams of innocence.
Meouch: Halle Berry as the feline avenger Catwomanat least she doesn't sing 'Memory.'
Bot and Sold: Will Smith is out-acted by the robot in 'I, Robot.'
The King and I: One writer's unhealthy fixation with films about Arthur and his ka-niggits.
Delicate Crashing Juncture: The Velvet Teen and the many thought dreams of this very second.
Aural Fixation: dredg hits the road with Hoobastank to debut new material from its forthcoming Interscope release.
Club Life: Pete Escovedo's Latin & Jazz Club in San Jose.
Kick Start: A new book uses soccer to explain everything.
Hotel Minimal: An unorthodox approach gives zest to Hotel Valencia's Citrus.
Emotional Colors: TheatreWorks tackles time and red tide to mount Chay Yew's 'Red.'