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Metro Issue: Apr 11–Apr 17, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: The Bad Photo Bubble

The Bad Photo Bubble

Why Zuck paid $1 billion for an app that takes pictures like a $15 camera.

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420: School’s Out

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Al Capone didn’t go to prison for murder, assault or any of the other violent crimes that solidified his reputation. Capone went down on tax evasion and prohibition charges. It seems this is the same manner in which the federal government intends to crack down on California’s law-abiding medical cannabis operators—one 1040 at a time.

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Silicon Alleys: The Organograph

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After three long years, endless meetings, phases of competition and rounds of elimination, the winning team of Chico MacMurtrie, Geo Homsy and Bill Washabaugh have constructed a 10-foot-high prototype of the Organograph, possibly the most ambitious public art project ever conceived for San Jose.

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Stage Review: Buffalo’ed

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San Jose Stage Company looks at the history of the Buffalo Soldiers in the Philippine-American war, in a production that runs through April 29.

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Mexicanismo at San Jose Museum of Art

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Spare but surprising, Mexicanismo brings together 13 Mexican and Mexican-American artists who draw on traditional and folk arts in meticulously crafted works.

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The Cabin in the Woods

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Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon deliver a very witty attack on the backwoods horror film Art Review.

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SVDining: The Cats

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A Los Gatos institution, the Cats roadhouse is back in business.

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