Arts & Entertainment

Reality Augment

Though delayed by the pandemic, the premiere of City Lights' Coded is more timely than ever

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Maria Bamford at the Improv

How the busy comedienne got through the pandemic one audience member at a time.  

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Write Time

Anouk Yeh makes history as Santa Clara County’s first ever Youth Poet Laureate.

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‘Aren’t You. . .?’ Explores History, Bias

In his new one-man show Aren’t You…? actor/playwright Fred Pitts is no one but himself

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Tribute to Alice Coltrane at Tabard Theatre

Oakland harpist Destiny Muhammad performs the works of the spiritual jazz master in downtown San Jose

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Drag Queen Cooking Showdown

Silicon Valley Pride Week begins with the Drag Queen Cooking Showdown

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Power Pop

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Mountain View native's 'Tiger Beat' explores sexism and representation in pop music.


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Poetic Push

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150 years strong, SJSU's Reed Magazine wins esteemed Pushcart Prize.


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Don’t Blink

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Stanford's Cantor Arts Center opens for a quick exhibition and a hybrid future.


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Pandemic Poetic

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Janice Lobo Sapigao is Santa Clara County’s poet laureate and she’s got a grand vision.

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Post No Bills

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Some live arts canceled, others postponed or streaming online during quarantine.

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All Talk

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Colin Quinn’s new one-man show takes aim at the age of misinformation.

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Written Word

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Enrique Chagoya includes messages both explicit and oblique in his work.

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Big Data

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Sonia Rapoport finds inspiration in hard numbers and soft machines.

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Preach, Papa

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Comedian Tom Papa encourages audiences to recognize their greatness.

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‘The Museum of Sentimental Taxonomy’ explores the nature of value.

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Young Minds

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Two boys—sons of an author and artist—collaborate on children’s book.

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Dark Chapter

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New exhibit sheds light on history of California’s immigrant lynchings.

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Photo Shop

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‘Electric Paintings’ ponders consequences of ubiquitous digital photography.

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Comic Relief

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Times change, but for Capitol Steps, it’s the same old song and dance.

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