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Metro Silicon Valley
December 28, 2005-January 3, 2006

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News

Why Us?
Metro looks back at who dropped the ball in 2005: The San Jose Earthquakes, Mayor Ron Gonzales, George W. Bush, and a Whole Lot More! Who didn't drop the ball in '05? Google sure didn't.

News

The Road to Freedom
It wasn't a huge story when Sgt. Jason Hendrix died in Iraq, but his mother's fight for the right to decide where her son should be buried triggered a national controversy.

Silicon Valley News Notes
Fly has learned that Michael Mulcahy is seriously entertaining a bid to become mayor of San Jose.

New Year's Rush Job
Failed to plan ahead? Forgot to ice the bubbly? Metro's last-minute New Year's Eve Guide is a balm to procrastinators.

Columns

Silicon Alleys
Spies and Shibumi.

Technology News
Europe Calling.

Car Culture
A group of elders, the NYSE, are very worried about GM, who will fall out of power shortly. There are several upstart wizards who are hip and savvy who can take over the position of power.

Movies

Grizzly Year
A rejectionist critic rewrites the history of cinema in 2005.

MORE MOVIE REVIEWS    MOVIE TIMES

Music & Clubs

Haiku de Todd
The year in music, presented in haiku form.

Curating The Grotesque
For Oakland's Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, all the world's a stage.

MORE NIGHTLIFE    NIGHTLIFE CALENDAR

Restaurants

The Thrill Is Gone
While it still offers solid dining, Spago Palo Alto's days on the culinary cutting edge are over.

Live Feed
Starbucks Beware.

5 Things to Love
Stett's Top 10 Dishes of 2005: Part 1.

BOOK A RESTAURANT RESERVATION    FIND A RESTAURANT REVIEW




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