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Metro Issue: Feb 11–Feb 17, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Father Timeout

Father Timeout

Bay Area journalist Elias Castillo's new book, A Cross of Thorns, examines California's beginnings, the genocidal Spaniards and their spiritual leader, soon-to-be-sainted Junipero Serra.

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Fourward Thinking

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Foothill’s Linda Thor helped change state law so community colleges  can begin offering 4-year degrees.

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Identity Flip

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Middle Eastern female artists take down gender stereotypes in 'She Who Tells a Story.'

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Reverb And Roar

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Roman Lions combine shoegaze and hardcore for a pummeling yet atmospheric sound.

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Victorino Goes Solo

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Eric Victorino has released the first single from his new solo project, Gestalt.

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Treading Too Lightly

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'Where Angels Fear to Tread' takes 'welcome' risk, lacks follow through.

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Shop Online IRL

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Bonobos offers customers a personalized styling session at their brick-and-mortar store at Santana Row.

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Problem Child

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'Mommy' is an earthy but overdone study of the bond between tough mom and out-of-control kid.

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Spilled Beans

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'Citizenfour' is a justly Oscar-nominated spine-chiller about the exposure of the surveillance state.

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Brunch Done Right

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Pastis Bistro in Palo Alto finds the perfect balance for brunch.

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Stay with Me

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Bushido Izakaya hits all the marks when it comes to delicious small dishes and an extensive sake menu.

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