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Metro Issue: Oct 5–Oct 11, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Setting the Scene

Setting the Scene

With a rush of local bands making a big noise from small clubs to festivals like Left Coast Live, has the South Bay music scene finally reached critical mass?

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The Hunt Begins

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The San Jose Sharks made big changes off the summer—will they be enough to grab a Stanley Cup?

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Reeferendum

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Will there be enough weed to go around? Some San Jose patients requiring medical marijuana worry they will be left out in the cold once the city’s new regulations take effect.

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Silicon Alleys: Rebirth

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A new School of Arts & Culture seeks to revive San Jose’s Mexican Heritage Plaza

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Playing the Fall Classixx

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Most electro-indie fans in San Jose are forced to trek to San Francisco to fulfill their dance-party needs. But Agenda Lounge has consistently alleviated some of its patrons’ pumped-up pain with its lively monthly DJ bash known as the Workout

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Does Not Compute

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The Postelles bring a new way of offline rock to this weekend's Left Coast Live

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Incubus

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Not often does a band with a string of No. 1 singles stop to reconsider whether or not it's headed in the right direction—but that is exactly what Incubus has done

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Fall First

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The first South First Friday art event of the fall arrives in downtown San Jose this week

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Books Thinking Big

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Neal Stephenson’s new novel, 'Reamde,' takes a long look at a futuristic world of online gaming and intrigue

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Robotics

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'Real Steel' remakes the classic kid-boxer story with large metal objects bashing and crashing

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Sausage Making

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Idealism clashes with ruthless politics as George Clooney runs for presidents in ‘The Ides of March’

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Wily Lurchers

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The zombies in the South African–set ‘The Dead’ are smarter than most movie monsters

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Making Hay

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Joe Cirone’s new Willow Glen restaurant, Hay Market, is a winner right out of the blocks

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