Arts & Entertainment

Books: Conquering Worm

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Mark Bowden appears at Computer History Museum Oct. 25 to talk about his book on the notorious computer virus Conficker

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Rhythm Spirits 2011

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This year, the Rhythm Spirit concerts by San Jose Taiko drumming troupe will focus on the origins of Taiko

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High-Water Mark

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TheatreWorks explores one family’s response to the tragedy of Katrina in ‘Clementine in the Lower 9’

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Mad Love

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Northside Theatre delivers an emotionally draining new production of Sam Shepard’s ‘Fool for Love’

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Loop Dreams

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The looping festival that helped spark a musical revolution returns to the South Bay

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Life in Concert

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‘Life,' the ambitious multimedia collaboration between Frans Lanting and Philip Glass that premiered at the Cabrillo Festival in 2006, is finally returning to the Bay Area

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Edel Munoz

The renowned classical guitarist performs for the South Bay Guitar Society

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Fall First

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The first South First Friday art event of the fall arrives in downtown San Jose this week

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Books Thinking Big

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Neal Stephenson’s new novel, 'Reamde,' takes a long look at a futuristic world of online gaming and intrigue

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In Orbit

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Symphony Silicon Valley presents Holst’s sweeping ‘Planets’ for season opener.    

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Women From Plains

City Lights Theater Company brings Tracy Letts’ caustic drama ‘August: Osage County’ to South Bay  

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In his epic graphic novel 'Habibi,' Craig Thompson tells a tale of true love in new and old Arabia  

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Brain Drain

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Tiffany Shlain’s ‘Connected,’ a memoir-biography about her father and a whole lot more is long on goals and short on process

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Wake-Up Call

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San Jose Rep opens its season with an energetic staging of the musical 'Spring Awakening'

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Spring Into Fall

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San Jose Repertory Theater mounts the Tony-winning musical of youthful passion ‘Spring Awakening’

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Buster Poses

The Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto screens two Buster Keaton silent comedies— ‘Steamboat Bill, Jr.’ and ‘The Three Ages’—on Sept. 9

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Lurching Along

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This Wednesday (Aug. 31) the big Zombie-O-Rama takes over downtown San Jose with a zombie crawl and a screening of 'Fido'

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Sense and Sensibility is a Success

TheatreWorks mounts an engrossing stage version of Jan Austen's famous novel

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Ring Thing

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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's new show is led by ringmaster Brian Crawford Scott, a San Jose native.

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The Big Beat

Taiko Jam 2011 at Stanford features five Japanese drum ensembles from around the world

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