Arts & Entertainment

South First Fridays Art Walk Preview

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South First Fridays Art Walk makes its 2012 debut in the SoFA district with a mix of contemporary and traditional artwork, live music and other entertainment.

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Review: Crossing Delancey

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Izzy (Becky Wallace) wants to move into the literary circle of author Tyler (Toby Cordone) in 'Crossing Delancey'

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Fatal Attraction

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SJ Rep’s ‘Double Indemnity’ is noir for a post-psycho-thriller world.

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Pairing Up

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Revolutionizing piano duets, Anderson & Roe take on classics, contemporary compositions and pop music staples with dazzling energy and precision.

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The Immortal

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In celebration of one of the greatest performers of all time, Cirque du Soleil presents Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour on January 13-15 at HP Pavilion

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Brain Wars

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In his new book, Michael Gazzaniga explains how the left side of the brain is all too willing to take credit for the right side

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Season’s Reading

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Novels, comics, histories, biographies, memoirs and short stories: four ways to fend off the dark

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Get Naked

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Michael Fassbender can't keep his clothes on in not-so-shocking story of sex addition, Shame

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Radio Life

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The Tabard Theatre Company is ringing in the holiday season with its rendition of It’s a Wonderful Life, a stage version of the Frank Capra film familiar to generations of fans.

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Man and Maus

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In his new book, 'MetaMaus,' cartoonist Art Spiegelman delves deep into the making of his classic tale of tragedy

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Lit: Moving Images

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Stephen Cavalier seems to be emulating Robert Sklar’s now-indispensible World History of Film, and as such, his new book, The World History of Animation (UC Press, 416pp), divides that history into three parts, just as Sklar does with movies.

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Solo Sizzle

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Opera San Jose’s one-woman ‘La voix humaine’ is a tour-de-force for Suzan Hanson

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Jwala – the Immortal Flame

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A Bay Area institution with a rich, 30-plus-year history, the Abhinaya Dance Company nurtures performers in Bharatanatyam, a form of classical dance from southern India

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Chinese Dreamer

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From farmers to civil-rights pioneers to tech innovators, a new exhibit highlights the Chinese role in shaping the valley

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Tabard Theatre Company continues its season with 'The Story of My Life,' a tale of two men and the ties that bind  

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Passion, Enchantment and Love, Oh My!

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San Jose-based Opera Bravura provides a wonderful way to experience opera’s rich traditions and the beauty of the operatic style.

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Biennial Buzz

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ZERO1 announces theme and guest curators for next art and tech event in 2012

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Dia de los Muertos

Featuring art, music, dancing, storytelling and more, the Dia de los Muertos event October 29 at the San Jose Museum of Art, is a free, community-wide celebration of Day of the Dead

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The Maestro

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Saratoga composer Henry Mollicone debuts a new song cycle based on Native American texts

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Golden Age

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A fascinating new show at the Tech Museum charts the scientific achievements of Muslim scholars and inventors

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