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Fight the Power

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In new book, ‘Who We Be,’ music writer Jeff Chang explores U.S. race relations through the lens of hip-hop.

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Cutting Up

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TheatreWorks' adaptation of Sweeney Todd gives the Demon Barber a new setting, with mixed results.

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Graphically Latino

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Latino Comics Expo (LCX) makes its first ever stop in San Jose.

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A Little Faith

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'The Rainmaker' explores the power of self-confidence and the importance of believing in something.

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Kith and Kin

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New exhibit 'Creative in Common' uses art to explore familial ties.

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I Love The ’80s

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The new Seeing Things Gallery group show, ‘I’m Living In The Eighties,’ assembles works that pay tribute to the 1980s.

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Perpetual Motion

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A new exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art, 'Momentum,' urges artists and patrons to consider what moves them.

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Booze and Brains

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The seventh annual San Jose Zombie Crawl will help raise money for the American Cancer Society.

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Eye of the Beholder

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Three men question the worth of a painting and themselves.

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Scientifically Sauced

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Wired editor Adam Rogers will talk about his new book, 'Proof: The Science of Booze' at C2SV.

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Pencils Down

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San Jose art shop, studio and gallery, The Arsenal, is hosting a group exhibition of works created by local artists using only pencil and paper.

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Spirits and Surveillance

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WIRED editor Adam Rogers will talk about his new book, 'Proof: The Science of Booze,' and Yasha Levine will discuss the private surveillance state at C2SV in September.

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Dying of Laughter

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‘Fatal Laughs’ exhibit showcases the career of the prolific, funky, vulgar genius, Robert Arneson.

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The People’s Comedian

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Brian Regan has made a career out of finding the funny in the mundane and everyday.

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Silicon Valley Pride 2014

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The South Bay's major pride event will not only adopt a new name but also streamline the festivities.

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Working it Out

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At New Works Festival, playwrights massage their productions .

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Going Solo

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Before he got shows in galleries, Francisco Graciano put on his own exhibits, in the streets.

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Digital Design

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All of the art on display at the first-ever Mobile Digital Arts and Creativity Summit was created using mobile devices, such as the iPad and mobile phones.

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Stressed Out

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Silicon Valley artists explore ‘Repetitive Stress’ in new exhibit.

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Musical Theater

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The Tabard Theatre at San Pedro Square comes alive with music most Tuesdays.

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