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Metro Issue: May 14–May 20, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: The People’s Business

The People’s Business

An A-Z guide to new Sacramento laws that could be headed our way.

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Wilde Days

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Famed author Oscar Wilde's U.S. lecture tour included a stop in San Jose.

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8-Bit Players

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Super Soul Bros. make funky, soulful music from classic video game songs.

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Throwback Thursdays

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Ren Geisick sings the songs of Nina Simone as part of the Thursday Residency’s new tribute series.

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Size Matters

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Cantor Arts Center show explores early photographer Carleton Watkins’ timeless landscapes.

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Monster Celebration

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Godzilla will be among the cinematic creatures, superheroes and comic characters feted at the Big Wow! Comic Fest.

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Teen Town

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Gia Coppola's Palo Alto captures the purgatorial feel of adolescence.

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Dinosaur Sr.

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Bryan Cranston plays a scientist who was the only one to foresee the arrival of Godzilla.

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Neighbors

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Rose Byrne's Kelly leads the charge when she and her husband, Mac go to war with their frat-boy neighbors.

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Outside the Bowl

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Kansui, a pop-up restaurant, serves ramen with a creative spin.

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Dinner and a Show

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LIttle Lou’s BBQ began hosting live shows about seven or eight months ago, and now draws a variety of musicians.

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