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Metro Issue: Jan 18–Jan 24, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Gen W

Gen W

New vintners are changing the Santa Cruz Mountains wine industry

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Reefer & Reality

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In 2006, Steve DeAngelo received a permit to open Harborside Health Center in Oakland.

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Silicon Alleys: Symbol Search

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The Triton Museum’s Preston Metcalf embarks on a journey through the deeper meanings of art.

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Contra Ville

San Jose's Contra Ville embraces the mismatch of styles known as jazz/indie/rock.

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Swagger Like Us

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Wallpaper breaks big with hip-hop humor, and Ricky Reed gets real.

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Pairing Up

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Revolutionizing piano duets, Anderson & Roe take on classics, contemporary compositions and pop music staples with dazzling energy and precision.

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Winging It

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The heroism of the Tuskegee Airmen will never be forgot. Red Tails, however forget about it.

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A Kid’s 9/11

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close turns a national tragedy into a children’s pop-up story.

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Pho Old Times’ Sake

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Within a month, I slurped, chomped and chopsticked my way through 10 Vietnamese restaurants, spanning the gamut from dive to top-end fusion. I found Fremont’s Pho Saigon Pasteur the most worthy of mention in its class: neighborhood noodle-house diner.

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Twilight for Twinkies?

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In case you haven’t heard, Hostess, maker of such American culinary icons as Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Wonder Bread filed for bankruptcy protection this month for the second time in 10 years.

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