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Metro Issue: Nov 23–Nov 29, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Giftomania

Giftomania

Metro's guide to great locally made gifts

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420: Pot Talks

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While San Jose's newly suspended medcial marijuana regulations float in legal limbo, Metro has learned that city officials have held meetings with the area's cannabis activists to figure out a compromise

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Silicon Alleys: Special F/X

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This Friday, the fans of San Jose’s once-famed F/X nightclub will gather at Brix

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Winter Sports for Bicyclists

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San Jose Bike Club's Winter Series allows cyclists to maintain their fitness during the colder months.

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Lemuria

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Lemuria have never been the kind of punk band to churn out a bunch of records

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Revolutionary Road

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Immortal Technique takes his music and convictions on a cross-country tour of Occupy camps

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Record Store Day

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However one feels about the pros and cons of Record Store Day, it's working.

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Lit: Moving Images

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Stephen Cavalier seems to be emulating Robert Sklar’s now-indispensible World History of Film, and as such, his new book, The World History of Animation (UC Press, 416pp), divides that history into three parts, just as Sklar does with movies.

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Clockwork

It may be Tim Burton, and not Martin Scorsese who is the most trendsetting filmmaker of the last 20 years. In 'Hugo,' Scorsese is working with Burton scriptwriter John Logan and a few of Burton’s past and future stars.

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Hawaiian Pop

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A patriarch must wrestle with family and heritage on the islands in ‘The Descendants'

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Indo Outpost

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The small Indo Café brings a new look and wonderful tastes to downtown Saratoga

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Live Feed: A New Low

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If there was ever any doubt that Congress is a bunch of corrupt morons, last week’s vote on school-lunch reform should clear that up once and for all

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