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Metro Issue: Sep 7–Sep 13, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Talking Back

Talking Back

San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed answers citizens’ questions from San Jose Inside

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Silicon Alleys: Scan This

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The new mobile app Scanjose lets curiosity seekers relive San Jose’s sometimes tumultuous past on their smartphones

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Cult Feedback

Metro readers respond with passion and suggestions to cult-film picks

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KRS-One

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In the early ’80s, KRS-One more or less invented alternative hip-hop, taking on political and social issues at a time when most other rappers were still boasting about their bling.

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‘Safety First’

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The ’80s revival has brought Men Without Hats and other groups that pioneered the sound out of retirement

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Buster Poses

The Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto screens two Buster Keaton silent comedies— ‘Steamboat Bill, Jr.’ and ‘The Three Ages’—on Sept. 9

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Spring Into Fall

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San Jose Repertory Theater mounts the Tony-winning musical of youthful passion ‘Spring Awakening’

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Seedy Roam

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‘Brighton Rock,’ adapted from the 1938 Graham Greene novel, has a poetic subject for the camera. It doesn’t disappoint on the level of poetry, but the literalness is hard to credit.

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Boxed In

Two brothers square off in ‘Warrior,’ while Nick Nolte trains by devouring whole hams

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Wurst of Times

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The new Naschmarkt brings authentic—and surprising—Austrian cuisine to Campbell

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Live Feed: Undercover Milk

These days, it's easier to score dope than to buy some farm-fresh raw milk

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