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Metro Issue: Sep 7–Sep 13, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: Studio Startup

Studio Startup

Local producers deploy DIY ethos to overcome tech disruption.

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Hakone Huzzah

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Saratoga’s historic Japanese garden celebrates special milestones.

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Free For All

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The SoFA Street Fair aims to stay free for fans, pay bands.

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Reagan-Era Rage

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Warsaw hardcore band Government Flu swing through San Jose behind their latest LP, ‘Vile Life.’

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Lonesome Killers

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Sondheim’s ‘Assassins’ finds fun, farce in fanaticism.

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Hip-Hop Healer

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Author and hip-hop historian Jeff Chang has a new collection of essays exploring race in America.

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Discomfort Zone

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Airless exposition, lack of resonance, cause dramatic ‘Indignation.’

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Other Side of the Tracks

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Grill 57’s Summer Gnocchi demands to be eaten.

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Mo’ the Merrier

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Back to school: Grading out Mo’s Almaden, Campbell locations.

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