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Metro Issue: Jul 11–Jul 17, 2018

Metro Cover Story Photo: The Payoff

The Payoff

Labor unions and now profiteers are using a landmark environmental law to challenge new developments to extract concessions. Is this driving up housing costs and contributing to Northern California’s affordability crisis?

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A-Pot-Calypse

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State laws forced dispensaries to empty their shelves by offering steep discounts.

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Circling Back

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New book chronicles young Da Vinci’s obsession with spheres.

 

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Hidden Truths

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Playwright and Watsonville native Jeanne Sakata tells the story of an interned Japanese American’s long fight for his rights in ‘Hold These Truths.’

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Good Vibrations

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‘California Dreamin’’ exhibit explores the idiosyncracies of Left Coast life.

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King of What

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In documentary ‘The King,’ Elvis is a metaphor for American malaise.

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Not So Little Women

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Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska star in ‘Damsel,’ a black comedy masquerading as a Western.

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The Big One

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The new Burger Lounge at The Pruneyard in Campbell goes big on taste.

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Five to Watch

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All the food served at Achilles is halal—it’s also delicious.

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