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Metro Silicon Valley
March 7-13, 2007

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News

Sally Lieber
Her anti-spanking bill turned her into a media star. But behind the scenes, Silicon Valley's most controversial legislator has won respect even from her most vocal critics, and now wants to run for Santa Clara County supervisor.

News

Immigration fee
The cost of citizenship may soon go up by hundreds of dollars. Will fewer immigrants in Silicon Valley go legal?

The Fly: 03.07.07
Scot Hunsaker's big splash.

Columns

Silicon Alleys
Looking back down the Alleys.

Technology news
Store your data on someone else's server? Sure, it's convenient, but is it safe?

Sports news: Fight Night
Our own modern version of gladiatorial battle returns.

Style
Importing Paris flair.

Movies

Cinequest 2007 (click here for a longer version of this issue's festival coverage)
M Dot Strange | Capsule reviews | Week 2 guide | Louise Brooks | 'Blood Car'

Movie review: 'Zodiac'
Fincher's police procedural on the Bay Area killer celebrates details but questions obsession.

Movie review: 'The Host'
A big mutant fish flops amok in this South Korean horror treat.

Movie review: 'Miss Potter'
This movie puts the bounce back in Peter Rabbit's creator.

This week's revivals
Cagney and racy: 'White Heat' and Marlene Dietrich's 'Morocco' at the Stanford.

Movie review: 'Maxed Out'
The greed and malice in this entertaining doc about America's credit-card crisis beats any onscreen villainy you'll be seeing elsewhere this year.

MORE MOVIE REVIEWS    MOVIE TIMES

Music & Clubs

Thomas Dolby
The synthesizer innovator's on a modest comeback trail.

Musicbox
Our critics pick this week's highlights: St. Patrick's Day events, Silicon Valley Symphony and Strata.

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

Restaurants

Restaurant review: Senzala
Americans love Brazilian culture, and this Sunnyvale restaurant should be no exception.

Silicon Veggie
Mindful eating at Tanglewood.

5 Things to Love
Great business lunches.

BOOK A RESTAURANT RESERVATION    FIND A RESTAURANT REVIEW

The Arts

Visual arts: 'The Floating World of Masami Teraoka' at Palo Alto Art Center
Teraoka goes global on the traditional Japanese woodblock print.

Visual arts: 'Princes, Palaces and Passion: The Art of India's Mewar Kingdom' at the Asian Art Museum
The Asian Art Museum opens palace doors in new show about Indian court art in Mewar state.

Stage: 'Torch Song Trilogy'
Theatre Q's production puts the torch song back in Harvey Fierstein's play.

The Arts

Letters to the Editor
March 7-13, 2007.




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