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Metro Issue: Jan 4–Jan 10, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: 2012 Predictions

2012 Predictions

This could be the last year ever—that doesn't mean it won't be interesting

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Empty Nest

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Due to budget woes, San Jose has spent more than $137 million on four public facilities that closed the day they were finished—including a new police substation.

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Niner Anthem

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For a group of talented 49ers fans, fanaticism for the team has beenturned into a rally song now on YouTube.

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Punk as Folk

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Satire is no joke for the weirdsters of Bobby Joe Ebola

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Language Arts Crew

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The crew's kicks off its new album this Saturday at the Blank Club in San Jose.

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Tricky Nick

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Xavier Durringer’s The Conquest reiterates de Gaulle’s idea that France is ungovernable—much like our own state of California. Snobbery may be the reason why this mordant film has it in for its protagonist. President Nicolas Sarkozy (Denis Podalydès) is known, as if he were a lost Marx brother, as “Sarko.”

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Spy vs. Spy

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Gary Oldman’s George Smiley hunts for moles in a chilly adaptation of 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy'

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It Takes a Village

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Village Falafel in Cupertino brings Armenian culinary tradition to the South Bay

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