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05.07.08

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Let's Do Launch
Silicon Valley powered the world's most famous daredevil when the man building Evel Knievel's rockets lived here. Now his son, who turned his back on rocketry for a simpler life, remembers the rush of the glory days and considers picking up where his dad left off.

News

Teflon Mann
Scandals build name recognition. And that's Craig Mann's ace-in-the-hole in his run for San Jose City Council.

The Fly: 05.07.08
Positive campaigning, Google Eyed and March Madness

Columns

Silicon Alleys
Woolworth It

Technology News
Grand Theft Auto just gets better and better

Sporting Events
San Jose Sharks out of the Stanley Cup in a game that lasted five hours and 14 minutes

Kids Events
Children's Musical Theater San Jose presents 'Into the Woods

Movies

Movie Review: 'Son of Rambow'
Sylvester Stallone's angry vet is funnier when remade by two British kids

Movie Review: 'Standard Operating Procedure'
Errol Morris' documentary tries to understand the outrages at Abu Ghraib

Movie Review: 'Redbelt'
David Mamet unleashes his inner Chuck Norris in a talky jujitsu tale

Movie Review: 'OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies'
The French super spy is licensed to make audiences laugh

Movie Review: 'Iron Man'
Robert Downey Jr. takes off

DVD Review
'The Fall of the Roman Empire' Collector's Edition

DVD Review
'Frontière(s)

Music & Clubs

Smooth Blues
The Robert Cray Band headlines this year's Metro Fountain Blues Festival

This Week's Music Picks
Erin McKeown, B-Side Players and Makana

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Restaurants

Seeing Stars
New Chez T.J. chef Bruno Chemel has high ambitions, exciting menu

5 Things to Love
Great Kebab Restaurants

Silicon Veggie
Vegan Survival Tactics

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The Arts

Stage Preview: Thinking Big
The valley's small theater companies don't let their budgets limit their creativity

Dance Review
'The Firebird' soars again at Ballet San Jose

Museum News
The Computer History Museum of Mountain View unveils Ca working model of Charles Babbage's Difference Engine No. 2

Books: 'The Man Who Loved China'
Simon Winchester uncovers the secret life of China expert Joseph Needham

Book Review
'The End of the Jews' by Adam Mansbach, reviewed by Richard von Busack

Book Review
'China's Great Train,' by Abrahm Lustgarten, reviewed by Michael S. Gant

The Arts

Letters to the Editor
May 7 - 13, 2008




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