Arts & Entertainment

Breaking Trad

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Smuin Ballet has a solution to this problem, and it involves snow breakdancing. Where have these people been all my life?

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Feat of Clay

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Holiday parties are a little bit wilder in ‘The Terracotta Prince,’ an acrobatic reimagining of ‘The Nutcracker.’

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Radio Days

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The production both looks and sounds like a 1940s radio broadcast.

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Punk Rock Girl

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The story, published in 1845, is a classic tale about the struggle of good and evil.

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Winter Walk

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South First Fridays offers some holiday cheer, and even some chances to get some holiday shopping done.

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In the Flesh

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Stanford students helped curate show with big names from SFMOMA's collection.

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Casting Doubt

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The casting of Shirley as Jesus for the Christmas pageant understandably raises concerns for her Jewish family, including her papa.

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Strange Town

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Blog founder Keith Teleki seeks out the oddball side of Mountain View.

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Bird Land

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‘For the Birds’ includes monotypes by Katherine Levin-Lau and collages by Kelly Detweiler.

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Music Lesson

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James Creer stars as the fictional jazz musician Sketch Hopkins in 'The Duke, the Count and Me.'

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The Claim Game

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Patent Pending show explores connection between artistry and invention.

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Maize in SJ

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A Tableau that draws on the historic and the divine was revealed last week in downtown San Jose.

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Fly on the Wall

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WADL spent a year creating the complex components of the large-scale piece he's showing at 'Spiral: Art of the Street.'

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‘Fall’ with Grace

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A couple divided by faith and separated by a deadly accident.

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Portraits of an Artist

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The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford holds the first retrospective of works by photographer Carrie Mae Weems.

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South First Treat

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Halloween is just one day a year, but South First Fridays offers a sort of trick-or-treating every month.

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The de Saisset Museum looks at the processes and products of sculptor Fletcher Benton.

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For Show

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Donald Paul and James Long show off their moves in Kristoffer Diaz's 'The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity.'

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Party On

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'Ravens,' riding cargo bikes fitted with trash and recycling bins, are intended to help make San Jose Bike Party a leave-no-trace affair.

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The Power of Pull

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The BlogHerPro conference will focus on ways that bloggers can expand their personal brands.

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