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Metro Issue: Mar 7–Mar 13, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Counting Kaufman

Counting Kaufman

A director explores the fluid nexus between history and myth.

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Row and Run

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The 8K race begins in downtown San Jose, snakes through the Rose Garden and finishes up at Santana Row.

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Building Tall

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Eager to build, San Jose ponders relaxing downtown building height requirements.

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Noir Affair

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Antero Alli's latest feature, Flamingos, circles in tight on the seedy fallout from a bank heist.

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Gordian Bud

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Marijuana's status as a Schedule I narcotic by the federal government, with “no accepted medical use in treatment,” makes any policy to regulate medical cannabis a Gordian knot.

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Strange Days

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This weekend’s offbeat Winter Fest, and the real reason for the unorthodox changes at San Jose Jazz.

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Ironic in Name Only

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For those looking for a true dive drinking experience, the self-labeled Dive Bar on Santa Clara Street, San Jose, is a flagrant case of false advertising.

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Tent City

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The latest Cirque du Soleil show starts with an alien visitor and gets wilder.

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Skin in the Game

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A tattoo can be described as a work of art that speaks to you so completely that you feel it must become a part of you.

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Festival Finale

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Two versions of 'Faust' highlight Cinequest's final weekend.

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Angry Red Planet

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John Carter shows off his physique to Dejah Thoris on Mars.

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Flash Food

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At Chutney Mary's food truck, every dish has unusual ingredients and a rich cultural history.

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Cooking to Save

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Last month, my grocery bill was nearly $2,000. Something had to change.

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