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Metro Issue: Dec 5–Dec 11, 2014

Metro Cover Story Photo: Love Bites

Love Bites

Sans kimono and fangs, San Jose's Kung Fu Vampire wants fans to listen to the music, not just revel in the spectacle.

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Siliconia

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Hoping to show the real Silicon Valley, SiliconHouse accepts global tech entrepreneurs like family.

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Pong Birds

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A night at Rooster T. Feathers marks 40 years of Pong—and salutes  the retro exotica of Murphy Avenue.

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Tower of Power

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Back with a more spiritual approach, Tower of Power play the San Jose Civic Saturday.

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Rose Rising

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Jay DeFeo spent her early years in San Jose before becoming one of the 20th century's great painters.

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Sean Conwell

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It might be a contrary way to celebrate Christmas, but this year's holiday offering is a dark, lyrical comedy.

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Gathering Art

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Sid Enck incorporatesa wealth of materials in his art pieces.

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Blended Family

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Patrick Wang's In the Family delves into a complex topic without succumbing to platitudes.

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Holiday Horrors

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The elves are not what they seem.

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Brewing Wonderland

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The fourth installment, KraftBrew WinterBall will be held Saturday, Dec. 8, at the Landmark Ballroom.

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To a Tea

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The decor of this Japanese/Hong Kong cafe is simple, but the place bubbles with activity.

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