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03.18.09

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News

On the Menu
Chef Chu of Los Altos makes Chinese cuisine accessible to all | Kitty Greenwald makes food into art at Montalvo Arts Center | Metro's essential guide to Vietnamese grab-and-go snacks

News

Delta Blues
With much-needed funding unavailable, California farmers and nature lovers are fighting over dwindling water resources

The Fly Reports on Silicon Valley News

Columns

Silicon Alleys
ETech in the valley

Fashion News: White for Spring
The trend this spring is simple yet showy

Sports: San Jose Earthquakes kick off the 2009 campaign this Saturday

I Saw You: Schmuck, c/o Apple Store

Movies


Film Preview: Asian American Film Festival
The annual festival screens features for three days at Camera 12 in San Jose

Film Review: 'Last House on the Left'
The remake is not bad, but it can't hold a bloody candle to the original

Film Review: 'The Great Buck Howard'
John Malkovich sees all, knows all in new comedy

Film Review: 'Duplicity'
Clive and Julia race across Europe spying on each other

DVD Review: 'The Last House on the Left'
A collector's edition of the Craven original is good news and bad news

DVD Review: 'Punisher War Zone'
Ray Stevenson lays waste to all who oppose him

MORE MOVIE REVIEWS    MOVIE TIMES

Music & Clubs

Music Review: San Jose's Pericardium proves 'Salutary'
Local band unleashes a genre-mixing new album

MORE MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE    MUSIC AND CLUBS LISTINGS    MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE CALENDAR PICKS

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Google Chef on the Loose
Charlie Ayers of Google fame opens Calafia in Palo Alto

Food News: Kid Cuisine
Live Feed wonders if children can really learn to eat like discerning foodies

Wine Column: Pairing Up
Local sommelier Karen Gessert talks about putting wood and wine together

BOOK A RESTAURANT RESERVATION    FIND A RESTAURANT REVIEW

The Arts

Stage News: 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' stars come to Flint Center
Ryan Stiles reveals some of his tips for improv success

Stage News: 'Ain't Nothin' but the Blues'
TheatreWorks musical strays a bit from its title genre

Art News: 'Pop to Present'
Cantor Arts Center at Stanford opens a new exhibit showing off the museum's contemporary art acquisitions

Stage News: 'The Three Musketeers'
City Lights opens a postmodern twist on Dumas adventure

Classical Preview: The weekend's best concerts
Performances by Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra, Choral Project and more

Stage Review: 'Water & Power'
Teatro Vision presents a pulsing drama about brothers in conflict

The Arts

Letters to the Editor
March 18 - 24, 2009