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Metro Issue: Sep 14–Sep 20, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: A Requiem for the Driver

A Requiem for the Driver

Autonomous vehicles will soon be present rather than future, and the consequences are as exciting as they are existential.

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Organic Odyssey

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Smash hit street party Viva CalleSJ returns for second year.

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Being Himself

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Eric Victorino to play first SJ solo show at C2SV festival.

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Looking Back At Bowie

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Local rock & roll writer Richie Unterberger will discuss the work and legacy of David Bowie.

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Cirque Du Saddle

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‘Odysseo’ by Cavalia, which comes to San Jose for the first time this week, tells the story of humanity’s connection to horses.

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Bigger Splash

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Though ‘Sully’ has issues, Eastwood’s film touts worthy hero.

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Noah’s Dork

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Jerry Lewis proves he still has his wits about him in ‘Max Rose.’

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A Blurr to Remember

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Santa Clara’s new eatery Blurr Kitchen fuses different cuisines to stellar results.

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Vesper Shakes, Stirs Senses

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The Vesper hits all the right notes, which isn’t a surprise since restaurateur Jim Stump runs the show.

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