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Metro Issue: Aug 3–Aug 9, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Rudy & The Flims

Rudy & The Flims

The afterlife gets a makeover and is cooler than ever.

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Thinking Big

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Los Gatos keeps Netflix by allowing the online movie giant to expand its headquarters.

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Spam Scam Almost Works

Practically everyone in the San Jose political community recently received an email asking for financial assistance from a faraway land—but it didn’t come from a Nigerian prince.

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Silicon Alleys: Art on the Move

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The dressed-up and decked-out art cars roll into downtown San Jose on Friday.

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Keeping Watch

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Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine adds guitar and activist muscle to the M.U.S.E. No-Nukes benefit.

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South First Fridays

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After a small hiatus, the South First Fridays event returns this Aug. 5 with art, music and shopping opportunities in San Jose’s SoFA District from 7 to 11pm.

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Fellini Fun

City Lights Theater Company delivers a sexy version of ‘Nine,’ the popular musical based on the Fellini movie.

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Booked Up

Two shows at the Cantor Arts Center reveal riches of the printers’ art that no ebook can duplicate.

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Romping Room

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France is a hotbed of cheerful sexual politics in Michel Leclerc’s ‘The Names of Love.’

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Sita’s Side

Nina Paley’s animated film ‘Sita Sings the Blues’ gives a new twist to the Ramayana.

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Sandwich Island

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How well do you know the best deli in the South Bay?

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Live Feed: The Tastes of Summer

A look at the best treats of high summer before the fall chill arrives.

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