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Metro Issue: Jun 12–Jun 18, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Objectivity

Objectivity

Photographer Annie Leibovitz's 'Pilgrimage' show at SJ Museum of Art turns things into portraits of their owners.

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Can You Hear Me Now?

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Obama defended the widespread surveillance of U.S. citizens during a press conference Friday at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose.

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Torso Titian

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Painter Trina Merry creates mobile masterpieces on the bodies of her willing subjects.

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Taiko + Bangerz

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Two of San Jose’s most celebrated groups are back with a new collaboration.

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Bad Veins

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Heartfelt rock and nervous post-punk sounds course through Bad Veins.

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World of Weed

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Two innocent teens succumb to the degenerate lure of reefer in San Jose Stage Company's new show.

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Rust Never Sleeps

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Man of Steel manages to make both Krypton and Earth look dark and forbidding.

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Buffing Up the Bard

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Amy Acker's Beatrice takes some alone time in 'Much Ado About Nothing.'

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Clay Pot Story

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Restaurant Guo Cui specializes in clay pot soups.

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Linking In

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The Three-Meat Combo at Smoking Pig features pork, brisket and hot link—not to mention macaroni and cheese.

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