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Metro Issue: Jan 22–Jan 28, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Matter of Minds

Matter of Minds

Silicon Valley is the perfect place for people on the spectrum, according to activist Temple Grandin-and some of its most famous minds have had autistic traits.

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Campos Speaks, Kind of

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For two months, San Jose Councilman Xavier Campos repeatedly refused to talk with San Jose Inside.

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Image Shakeup

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San Jose Earthquakes rebrand-and get a new theme song-in time for their 40th anniversary.

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Ready to Wobble

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Wobbleland returns with a full lineup of DJs and producers

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What’s New

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In her memoir, Linda Ronstadt chronicles her many musical reinventions.

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Panoramic View

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The Silicon Valley chapter of the American Harp Society will perform the karaoke favorite 'Don’t Stop Believin.'

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Down By J-Law

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Since her breakout showing in 'Winter's Bone,' Jennifer Lawrence has fast outgrown quiet roles.

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Sandwich Stronghold

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The Refuge serves sandwiches large enough to take home for a second-or third-meal.

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Straight Shots

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Bel Bacio owner Debbie Caminiti raises a cup to Italian espresso drinks.

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