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Metro Issue: Feb 18–Feb 24, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Can Comic Books Be Saved?

Can Comic Books Be Saved?

Comics remain both relevant and marginalized.

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Size Doesn’t Matter

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Tiny homes present big ideas when transforming domestic ecosystems.

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Crazy Good Trash

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No place offered more guilty pleasures than the legendary Video Mania.

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Happy Trails

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Trails and Ways combine global sounds with punk ethos and indie pop sensibility.

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Down The Rabbit Hole

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Rabbit Quinn, née Leila Motaei, spins an ‘eerie, dark and beautiful bedtime story’ on her album, ‘Lost Children.’

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The Heretic

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Livestock is the only hope for a dying planet according to Allan Savory.

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Merry Printster

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The works of Bruce Conner, who punked the art world elite, are on display at the SJICA.

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Bits and Beauty

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For Klawe, math and art are similar pleasures.

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Grand Finale

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Director John Boorman will be honored and screen his final film at this year's Cinequest.

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Golden Handcuffs

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‘50 Shades of Grey’ might have been more aptly titled ‘50 Lashes With a Wet Noodle.’

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Soul Bowls

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Diners wedge into Pho Kim Long for its mouthwatering noodle soups.

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Drag Brunch

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Sunday’s drag brunch will raise money for the annual Silicon Valley Pride Festival in August.

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