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Metro Issue: Jul 20–Jul 26, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: The Coldest Beer

The Coldest Beer

The first-ever survey of polar pits around Silicon Valley. Plus: Ice distilling and home brewing.

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Bully Beaters

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Activist asks San Jose Sharks to join video project aimed at LGBT youth.

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Fast Laps

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Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey hosts one of only two US races on the four-nation Moto GP calendar on Sunday.

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The Fly: Crisis, Continued

The city's pension-reform plan, meant to confront “staggering” declines in revenue and “alarming” increases in health-benefit costs, should have surprised no one.

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Silicon Alleys: Back of Beyond

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A planned reunion for seminal valley music club One Step Beyond recalls touring bands from Jane’s Addiction to the Ramones.

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The Stuff of Myth

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New Greek restaurant Myth Taverna and Lounge lays down its own groove.

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Back to ‘Forever’

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David Lowery’s solo record recalls Cracker’s overlooked masterpiece.

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Hard Times

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Oliver Schmitz’s ‘Life, Above All’ takes a sobering look at a  young African girl’s survival tactics.

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Scandal Sheets

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The new Errol Morris documentary, Tabloid, is salty and strangely lighthearted in its investigation of a famed sex scandal of the 1970s.

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Centered

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Cupertino's Park Place hits the sweet spot for food and drinks in the heart of the city.

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Greek to Us

The field of  top-notch Greek restaurants is suddenly getting crowded.

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