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Metro Issue: Sep 4–Sep 10, 2018

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Point Guy

Jeff Stibel thinks the Internet has hit its limits. That's not necessarily a bad thing

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Part of the Club?

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Palo Alto draws hard line on Cubberley Community Center  homeless population.

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Checking In

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Exhibition at MLK Library explores heyday of Downtown San Jose's historic hotels.

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‘The Train’ Keeps on Rolling

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Americana Road Warrior Wayne Hancock Returns With ‘Ride’.

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Power Pop-Punk

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While most of the other '90s pop-punk bands have broken up, the Parasites have plodded along.

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Setting the ‘Table’

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San Jose Museum of Art launches first course of wide-ranging collective exhibit about food.

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Beaches

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Because audiences need Adore like an axe needs a turkey.

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La Miserable

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Souped Up

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Shin Shin Men Men’s ramen could become a college student staple.

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