Arts & Entertainment

Tribal Identity

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The Indian Urban Relocation program was aimed at spurring assimilation, but it fostered cross-tribal unity.

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Star Sketch

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SJICA exhibit keeps an eye on the stars with ‘Look Back in Time.’

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Life of Python

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John Cleese is forthcoming about his money troubles—he got ‘cleaned out’ by a divorce. But he’s not worried. He’s seen worse.

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Time Traveling Chants

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Performing ancient Byzantine chants, Cappella Romana will transport audiences to the Hagia Sophia.

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Race Relations

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Jose Antonio Vargas says most young, white Americans are disconnected from their heritage.

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The inaugural Alien Con mixes science fact, fiction.

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Serious ‘Attitude’

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Kyle Pellet has found commercial success with his art, which casts a suspicious eye toward consumerist culture.

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A Life of Blues

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The late Gilroy blues guitarist John Garcia died over the weekend.

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The Nature of ‘Beauty

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Ana Rajcevic’s ‘Wearable Sculptures’ are both beautiful and menacing in their elegant forms.

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Killer Ladies

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Adam Porwol uses lead, mercury to paint dangerous beauties.

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A Hometown Lost

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In his new show, Lost San Jose photographer Josh Marcotte explores local landmarks.

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Ars Technica

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Bruce Beasley turns to 3D printers, computers in sculpture series.

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Odd Fellows

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Oddball Comedy fest offers interesting perspective on comedy world.

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Family Secrets

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In ‘Other Desert Cities,’ the daughter of a wealthy Hollywood family plans to publish damaging memoir.

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Modern Classic

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Broadway San Jose’s ‘Phantom’ a magnificent masquerade.

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Why So Serious

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Craig Robinson has moved from teaching music to stand-up comedy, TV and movies. Up next: drama.

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Cirque Du Saddle

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‘Odysseo’ by Cavalia, which comes to San Jose for the first time this week, tells the story of humanity’s connection to horses.

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Lonesome Killers

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Sondheim’s ‘Assassins’ finds fun, farce in fanaticism.

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Hip-Hop Healer

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Author and hip-hop historian Jeff Chang has a new collection of essays exploring race in America.

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Radiant Revue

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Broadway vet Andrew Lippa nails himself in ‘Life of the Party.’

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