Arts & Entertainment

Mixed Medium

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With a new show at the Triton, artist Beverly Rayner unearths artifacts from the Museum of Mesmerism.

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Dark Perfection

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The story of master criminal Macheath, who eludes the hangman's noose time and again.

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Tasting Change

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Robert Karimi performs as his alter ego, Mero Cocinero, in his show ‘Love, Food, Love.’

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Drawn Back

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Empire Seven Studios marks the return of a local graffiti pioneer.

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Numbers Game

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As part of South First Friday, Jason McHenry will be painting works for the One Thousand Thousand project.

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Shoe Story

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The art show, called “Birth of an Icon,” takes place at Cukui in San Jose’s Japantown.

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View to a Kill

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Three frustrated wives think about leaving their husbands—locked in a freezer.

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RAW Talents

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PIXELS kicks off a year of bimonthly artist showcases in San Jose.

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What’s New

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In her memoir, Linda Ronstadt chronicles her many musical reinventions.

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Panoramic View

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The Silicon Valley chapter of the American Harp Society will perform the karaoke favorite 'Don’t Stop Believin.'

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Rambling Notes

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Mark Twain's autobiography speaks 'frankly from the grave'.

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A Night at The Opera

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Bravura Entertainment, Inc. aims to show a more accessible side of opera.

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Cut Out For It

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Andrew Miller, a.k.a. Drew the Barber, learned many different techniques by working at salons and urban barber shops.

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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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