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Allll in the A t Family Faamily There’s a lot ooff jockeying going on There’s over who will succeed s local tr trade ade union boss N EIL STRUTHERS, STRUTHER U S, but reports reports of NEIL his departur t Sacramento Sacramento may be departuree to premature. premature. October, In October, the state Building and Construction Trades Council Trades will meet in Santa Monica and vote in a successor Neil N eil Struthers Strutherrs to its chief ROBER O T BALGENORTH BALGENORTH. of 20 years, ROBERT The two pr presumed esumed candidates ffor or the position: Struthers, Struth hers, who’s who’s married married to Assemblymember A ssemblymember NORA NORA CCAMPOS AMPOS, and ROBBIE R OBBIE H HUNTER UNTEER of the LLos os Angeles/ Or ange Countie es chapter truthers Orange Counties chapter.. If SStruthers wins, potentiall successors include right-hand ma an MARK MARK V A AN DEN HEUVEL HEUVEL, man VAN VP of the locall building tr trades ades gr group, oup, and Teamsters Teamsters business agent GEORGE GEORGE NETTO N ETTO. The Santa Saanta Clar Claraa County Building Building TTrades rades Don’t Council’s fformer ormeer Deputy forget Executive Offic cer, JOSUE Officer, to tip! GGARCIA, ARCIA, would have been a possibi lityy, possibility, FLY@ but he was bo ught bought METRONEWS. off with a polit tical political COM appointment as a chief of staff to San Jose Jose Councilmember Councilmembe er XAVIER XA AVIER CAMPOS’ CAMPOS’ office. ear Gar cia grudgingly (A move we he hear Garcia heyy, someone has to keep accepted. But, hey, Nora’s Nora’s little br brother o other fr from om doodling all dayy, right?) Unfortunately Unfortunately ffor or SStruthers, truthers, day, h knowledge of the state our insider wit with rades council says the construction tr trades are slim slim to none he’ll he’ll take the chances are presidency presidency afte after er he and the SB SBLC LC “got “got their asses kicked” kicked”” in June’s June’s primary primary.. “Neil is known as a ffollower ollower and not a leader,” leader,”” our insider inssider says, “which would were winning.”” One of be fine if they were state’s lar g construction tr gest ade the state’s largest trade rooting ffor or Struthers Struthers locals, howeve however,r, is rooting reviisit its position against and would revisit participating at at the state level. “We’d “We’d get back in,”” one one tradester tradester confirms.

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OUR YEARS OUR YEARS of data detailing the locations location ns of hundreds of thousands of drivers w have passed through who San Sa an Jose Jose resides in a server so omewhere in Costa Mesa. Mesa. The T somewhere se erver belongs to Plate Plate Scan n server company LL LC, a now-defunct company LLC, th hat sold License Plate Plate that R Recognition technolog gy (LPR) technology to o police departments, departments, in ncluding g San Jose’s. Jose’s. including This technolo technology, gy, with which p police olicce paatrol ccars patrol ars a ar around ound Silic Silicon on V Valley alle a y and d th he ccountry ountry ar easingly b eing the aree incr increasingly being eq quipped, ttakes ak kees a pictur on nt or equipped, picturee of the fr front ba ack of eevery ver e y ccar ar it passes and rrecords ecords d back th he lic ense plate numb er and lo catio on the license number location off the vvehicle. eehicle. These plates ar aree then

automatic automatically cally a run thr through ou ugh p police olice dat abases of stolen ccars, aars, which aler ts databases alerts offic officers ers if an any ny of the sc scanned an nned ccars ars ar aree rreported eported stolen or link linked keed to a crime crime.. L Law aw enf enforcement fo orcement offi officials fficials sa say ay this technolo technology gy is just anoth another her to tool ol to ccombat ombat crime crime,, but ther theree ar aree no legal rrestrictions estrictions on what pri private ivate ccompanies ompanies ccan an do with dat dataa ccollected ollectted b byy la law aw enf enforcement fo orcement with LPRs LPRs. s. In some ccases, ases, as with the San JJose ose P Police ollice Depar Department, tment, the dat dataa is stor stored ed indefin indefinitely nitely b byy a private ccompany, ompan ny, and th the he amount of o oversight veersight on who ccan aan ac access ccess this dat dataa is minimal at b best. est. While Plate Sc Scan—out an—out o of business sinc sincee a yyear eear ago ago—could —could dp potentially otentially ac access cess its lic license ense plate in information nfformation o and eeven ven e sell it, ccompany ompan ny pr president resident JJohn ohn Dalinsk Dalinsky ky sa says ays y he hasn hasn’t ’t touched t the dat dataa as he liquidates ass assets. ets. He do does, es, howe however, veerr, ha have ave the optio option on to sell it to essentially whome whomever eveer he h w wanted. anted. a “Ther “There’s e’s no la law aw again against nst it that I know of,f” f,” Dalinsk Dalinsky ky sa says. ayyss. “Ther “Theree ar aree

really really ll no gu guidelines uidelines id li ffor or o the h d data ata in i the h United U nited St States. at .” ates Government Go oveernm ment w watchdog aatchdog or organizations ganizations aree incr ar increasingly easiingly raising their cconcerns oncerns ab about out such h in invasive nvasiv v ve dat dataa ccollection ollection and potential p otential ccompromises o ompr omises of privacy privacy. y. “The rreal eaal k key ey issue her heree is the ccollecting ollecting ll i dat d data, a, storing i it i and d ac accessing cessing i it later has rreal eal p potential otential to cr create eate a ccomprehensive omprehen nsivve map of how p people eople travel tra aveel thr throughout ou ughout the da day, ay,” sa says ays y R Rebecca eebecca JJeschke, eschke, an analyst with the San Francisc Francisco–based o–b based digit digital al rights gr group oup Electr Electronic onic Fr F Frontier ontier F Foundation oundation (EFF). According A ccordin ng to Sg Sgt. gtt. JJason ason Dwy Dwyer yeer of SJPD,, one LPR SJPD L LPR-equipped R-equipped patr patrol ol ccar ar a scan hundreds ccould ould sc an hundr eds of vvehicles’ eehicles’ plates day. each da ay. During D the ffour o our yyears eears the technology was technolo gy w as a working—which was byy a grant fr from w as a paid ffor o b or om the Department Depar tmen nt of Homeland Security— Securitty— police moree dat dataa than San JJose ose p o e ccollected olic ollected mor department’s servers handle.. the depar tm ment’s ser veers ccould ould handle Scan offered Plate Sc can a off ffeered ccomputers omputers with drives large storee the dat dataa driv ves e lar gee enough to stor operations leaving but cceased eased op erations last yyear, eear, lea avving SJPD useless.. F Four the ffour our SJP o PD LPRs useless our yyears’ eears’ worth data, wor th of da ata, including the known whereabouts drivers, been wher eabou uts of driv ers, has b een in limbo since, lawmakers aree limb o eever veer sinc e, and la aw wmakers ar starting theree should b bee st arting to wonder w if ther sortt of some sor o rregulation egulation or eexpiration xpiration x data. date on thee dat a. “It’s sortt of lik likee the wild, wild W West “It ’s sor eest there, state out ther e,” sa ssays ayys st ate Senator JJoe oe (D–Palo “Theree is no Simitian (D D–Palo Alto). “Ther fform orm o of rregulation. egggulation.”


According Sunnyvale Shawn A ccording to Sunn nyyvale Lt. Sha aw wn Ahearn,, actu ual p photo ggraphs p of lic ense actual photographs license plates and vvehicles eehicles ar ed ffor or se o veen aree stor stored seven da ayys. The pl ate numb er and lo cation of days. plate number location the vvehicle eehicle is i stor ed ffor or 30 da o ays y , unless it stored days, is used in an n in nvestigation. investigation. Mean nw whiile, SJPD stor ed the Meanwhile, stored inf fo ormation n indefinitely on the private information ccompany’s ompan nyy’s ser sservers, veers, and no one seems to know what will b ecome of it. become “W We’re go oveerned b ourth “We’re governed byy the F Fourth Amendment; places there’s Amendmen nt; in public plac es ther e’s no rreasonable easonab ble eexpectation xp x ectation of privacy y,” privacy, SJPD’ gtt. Dwy D yeer sa ayys. “The p olice ccar ar SJPD’ss Sg Sgt. Dwyer says. police ccan an ttake ake pict tures of yyour our o ccar, ar, but so ccan an pictures an nyybody els se.” Dwy yeer added that the anybody else. Dwyer point technology solvee p oint of thee LPR technolo gy is to solv crimes and not n to intrude intrude.. ““All A All the stuff s that the LPR do es does w as done manually m b effor o e, offic ers was before, officers would w aalk k down the str eet and write walk street down platee numb ers b yeer numbers byy hand,” Dwy Dwyer said. “N ow a ccomputer omputer do es it in a “Now does micr osecon nd.” microsecond. Conley, technology Chris C on nleey, a technolo gy and liberties attorney Northern civil lib ertiees at tttorneey with N orthern California ACLU, disagrees. “Essentially, C aliffornia o A CLU, disagr ees. “Essentially y, law government have la aw and go veernment ha ave no business location tracking thee lo caation of thousands innocent drivers, Conley says. of inno cent driv veers,” C onley sa ayys. information bee deleted “This inf form o mation should b immediately. immediately lyy.” Conley cited Supreme Court C onley ci ited the Supr eme C ourt ccase ase U.S. from U .S. vv.. JJones ones fr om earlier this yyear ear e as issue invasions a similar issu ue rrelating elating to in nvvasions of privacy. favor privacy y. JJudges udgges split 5–4 in fa avor o of the that warrantless opinion tha at w aarrantless GPS tracking search cconstitutes onstitutes a sear ch and cconstitutes onstitutes a trespass property. tr espass of private p pr operty. ACLU started The A CLU has rrecently ecently st arted looking dataa ccollection from lo oking into o the dat ollection fr om LPRs,, sp specifically happens ecifi ens to LPRs fically what happ information the inf forma o ation in the hands of aren’t private ccompanies om mpanies that ar en’t held started rresponsible. esponsible. The EFF has also st arted about raising cconcerns onccerns ab out this issue and has spoken sp ok keen out against LPR tracking and dataa ccollection. dat ollectiion. “It’s officer “It ’s one thing t ffor or an offic o er to look license throw ow lo ok up a lic cense plate and thr information there’s the inf forma o ation aaway way if ther e’s no says potential cconnection, onnection,,” sa ays y JJeschke. eschk ke. “The p otential keep this information, that’s to k eep all th his inf fo ormation, that ’s creating surveillance. cr eating ccomprehensive om mprehensivve sur veillanc e e.” the One of th he biggest cconcerns oncerns she and have access others h ha h ave is i with i h who h has h ac cess to this ttype yype of inf iinformation. formation. o “Your physical location pretty “Y Yo our ph hysic y al lo cation is pr ettty sensitive, says. “Wheree yyou go,, sensitiv ve,” JJeschke e eschk e sa ayys. “Wher ou go o medical clinic,, who whether yyou o ou u go to a medic al clinic yyour our friendss ar o are, e, whether yyou ou o go to a therapist therapist—knowing t— —k knowing yyour our mo o movements ovements e ccould ould b bee a ph p physical hyysical thr threat. eat.”

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In Mar March, ch, Simitian pr proposed roposed g ((SB 1330) 33 ) thatt rrestricted estricted legislation how p ersonal inf fo ormatio on fr om LPRs personal information from ccould ould b ed and ccollected. olleected. Only bee stor stored thr ee gr oups—EFF F, the Americ A an three groups—EFF, American Civil Lib erties U nion of C aliffo ornia Liberties Union California and Privacy Rights Clear ringhouse— Clearinghouse— supp orted Simitian ’s bill l. Nine supported Simitian’s bill. gr oups opp osed the bill, including the groups opposed C aliffo ornia Fraternal Or d of P der olice, California Order Police, C aliffo ornia P olice Chiefs A sssociation and California Police Association C aliffo ornia St ate Sheriffs’’ A ssociation. California State Association. After pushback fr om la aw enf for o cement from law enforcement private-sector and private -sector lobbyists, lobb byyists, Simitian w as a fforced or o ced to abandon th he bill. was the What cconcerns oncerns Simiti ian is the Simitian ckpiling of dat unrestricted stockpiling dataa b byy unr estricted sto private ccompanies. ompanies. Sp eciificallyy, Simitian Specifically, w as a cconcerned oncerned with the C aliffo orniawas Californiabased ccompany ompan ny V iigilant V iideo, which Vigilant Video, has a dat abase of mor han 450 million database moree th than dat oints. dataa p points. V igilant i V iideo ac quires e dat Vigilant Video acquires dataa thr ough la aw enf fo orcemen nt rrepossession nt, epossession through law enforcement, ccompanies, ompanies, other privatee firms and their own sc out ccars. ars. Thi is inf fo ormation scout This information is then made aavailable vvailable to o la aw law enf fo orcement agencies ut the dat enforcement agencies,, bu but dataa ac quired b om mpanies ccan aan b acquired byy private ccompanies bee made aavailable vailable v to other ccompanies, ompanies, ac cording to Simitian n’s offic o e. according Simitian’s office. “Someone willing to write w a check ccan an find all yyour o our vvehicle eehicle lo cation location inf fo ormation and know eeverywhere ver e ywhere information yyour our o 16-year-old 16-yeearr-old daughte 16er w aas going g,” daughter was going, Simitian thr ows out as an a eexample. xample. throws This storing and usingg of dat a, data, Simitian sa ayys, go es again nst the privacy says, goes against rights pr otected in the st tate of protected state C aliffo orniaa’s cconstitution. onstitution. SB 1330 would California’s ha ave limited the time la aw enf fo orcement have law enforcement agencies and private ccompanies om mpanies ccan an stor 0 da ayyss. storee this dat dataa to 6 60 days. N o la aw enf fo orcement agency in the No law enforcement st ate has mor an nners than state moree LPR sc scanners the h C alif liffo ornia i High Hi hway P atrol, l which hi h California Highway Patrol, pur chased a tot al of 216 6 plate rreaders eaders purchased total fr om V iigilant V iideo lastt Septemb er from Vigilant Video September thr ough a $1.8 million Homeland H through Securit ty grant. Security While all 216 of these LPRs L wer weree pur rcchased thr ough V iigilaant V iideo, CHP purchased through Vigilant Video, sp ok keesperson JJaime aime C off ffeee sa ff ays y the spokesperson Coffee says ccompany ompan ny do es not ha ave ac aaccess ccess to dat does have dataa b ecause it is only stor reed on o a secur re CHP because stored secure ser veerr. C off ffeee adds that th his dat server. Coffee this dataa is only maint taained ffor or 6 o 0 ccalendar aalend dar da ayys and is maintained 60 days pur rgged on a rrolling olling chr on nological cy yccle. purged chronological cycle. Wher ed varies Wheree and how dat dataa is stor stored b ettw ween diff ffeerent la aw en nffo orcement between different law enforcement agencies nyvale y e Depar tment agencies.. The Sunn Sunnyvale Department of Public Saf feetty stor es in nffo ormation Safety stores information from fr om its ttwo wo w LPRs on a ser sserver ver e in its department time.. depar tment ffor or a limited o d time


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West, an epic transnational congress of two cultures, a visionary transfer of energy, has emerged, unparalleled in its visionary scope. At least for Alviso, I mean. Right across Tony P. Santos Street from the elementary school, in the old house formerly owned and occupied by the Santos family, one now finds a Hindu place of worship in its initial stages. Construction for the Balaji Temple is underway, and the grand-opening ceremony went down just over one month ago. The facility is a spiritual nonprofit Hindu Temple dedicated to sharing the universal truth of the Vedas and the Upanishads of India. The house itself originally existed near the San Jose airport, near Coleman, on the frontage road that branched off from Highway 880, which was then part of Highway

17. The home was originally slotted for destruction in lieu of airport expansion when Tony P. Santos purchased it in 1959. Most of the old family homes in Alviso are move-ons, transplants, so Santos transported the building it to its current location at 5004 N. First St. Historically, the Santos family is the grand royal bloodline of Alviso, undiluted by anyone. The family originally came to Alviso from Portugal via Hawaii. Sixty years ago, Tony P. Santos was simultaneously mayor and chief of police. His brother had also been chief and his father had previously operated the levees and the city dump. The family owned most of the land and essentially ran the whole damn town. Santos passed away in 2004 and a street was then named after him. His son, also named Tony, grew up in the family house, beginning in 1960. He still lives in Alviso, manages an RV storage facility and stages classic-car shows. The next generation appears in the form of a third Tony, the hero that currently owns and

operates Lunch With Tony, a simple restaurant with cheap gourmet food. I recommend the breakfast burrito. After Tony P. Santos, the grandfather, passed away, the family put the home up for sale. Balaji Matha, a nonprofit spiritual organization, wanted to build a Hindu Temple and Vedic Cultural Center where people can come together to study and worship, regardless of background. They jumped at the opportunity to purchase the former Santos family home. So far, the community has welcomed them. The current elder Tony gave me the lowdown on the new Hindu temple. Rather than treating them like exotic intruders from the East, Santos says the community has accepted the temple, and the temple has alread already proved it respects the communi community very much. There is no reveng revenge for the Portuguese colonizing India 500 years ago. “What more would you want to have right next to a school then a religious ffacility?” Santos told me. “As far as I’m concerned, it’s a very welcome ssite in our community. To me, it’s an honor having something religious where my parents lived. I really like that. Not that my parents were over-religious, but I think it’s wonderful.” The architecture of the temple features all the turrets and swirling imagery one would expect. Construction is still taking place, but the temple is open for worship. Santos says the building blends in perfectly. “They did a remarkable job,” he said. “Usually when you have a small area like this, developers come in, they want to make money and leave you with all the problems. [The temple] came in, they spent their money, and they’re here to stay. They’ve done everything firstclass.” In Alviso, time does not have a beginning, middle or an end. Instead, the Hindu concept of time makes more sense. Time is relative, eternal and cyclical. May East and West continue to merge and may Alviso continue to be timeless.

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The South Bay’s craft beer scene is catering to a burgeoning taste for fine, hand-crafted brews BY ANDY LEE Y MOST memorable beer experience occurred in February 2011 during the second annual Meet the South Bay Brewers Beer Festival at San Jose’s Hermitage Brewing Company. OR fans of craft brew, this is a great time to be in the 408 and 650. I borrowed that line from Greg Sonick, craft beer brand manager for DBI Beverage, a South Bay beer distributor. This year craft brew sales for the company have jumped 72 percent over last year, and we’re only halfway through 2012. The dynamic, artisanal beer movement that has come to be known as craft brew is now flourishing in the South Bay. In our second annual beer issue, we raise a glass to celebrate the arrival of craft brew in Silicon Valley. Beer writer Andy Lee surveys the past, present and future of Silicon Valley’s brew scene and writes about San Jose’s highly anticipated Original Gravity craft brewpub. I take a look at San Jose’s Hermitage Brewing Co., a pioneer and innovator in South Bay beer. We are enjoying a perfect storm of good beer in Silicon Valley—boutique breweries (Hermitage Brewing Co., Strike

Brewing Co.), brewpubs (the Tied House, Gordon Biersch, Faultline, Firehouse, Los Gatos Brewing Co. and others), beer-centric pubs (Rose and Crown, Harry’s Hofbrau, Jack’s bar), well-stocked corner stores and specialty shops (Kelly’s Liquors, Wine Affairs), great beer events (Kraftbrew, Beerwalk), a South Bay beer blog (betterbeerblog.com) and, most importantly, a populace that is increasingly choosing high-quality premium beer over low-quality cheap beer. Great times indeed. —Stett Holbrook

I tried a refreshing Tied House Brewery wheat beer that served as a prelude to the Campbell Brewing hefeweizen with its pleasant combination of sweetness and bitterness. After talking with the pourers, many of whom were actually the brewers making the beers, I opted for unfamiliar beer styles next, like the Uncommon Brewers organic brown ale with its flavor profile of roasted nuts and a welcoming slight bitterness, followed by Seabright Brewery’s oatmeal stout, which poured black and smooth with hints of dark chocolate. Finally, there was the Faultline Brewery porter, a dark beer that smelled and tasted of roasted coffee. In April 2011, the first KraftBrew Beer Fest, at the historic San Jose Woman’s Club, I tried an even larger selection of different styles of domestic and international beers. From our ventures to local beer

events, we learned what a luxury it is to not have to drive at least 45 minutes in order to try out the latest highly touted beer.

Craft Movement “Craft beer” refers to beer made by a “small, independent, and traditional” brewing company. More beer drinkers are trying craft beer and learning about the various aspects that make such brews more compelling than the beers made most often by the big companies. And according to recent numbers released by the Brewers Association in March, the U.S. craft brewing industry continues to grow in volume and dollar sales even as overall beer volume sales are down. The valley has seen a number of recent developments that highlight


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the increasing popularity of craft beer within our region, from the popular and successful beer festivals taking place to the growth of local brewing companies like Hermitage and Strike, as well as a new San Jose brewery that is in the works. The Bay Brewers Guild, a collective of brewers representing the South Bay and nearby Santa Cruz and Monterey areas, is taking shape, while the spotlight on the beers made at our local brewpubs and the brewers who make them grows brighter. More establishments are offering craft beer in the South Bay than ever before, with a growing number of knowledgeable staff. Restaurant James Randall in Los Gatos has joined California Cafe (both the Palo Alto and Los Gatos locations) in hosting beer dinner events. With craft beer’s growing popularity, more

and more folks are interested in homebrewing and joining homebrew clubs. “We receive several inquiries a month from new homebrewers … where even just a year ago inquiries were much more infrequent,” says Derek Wolfgram, president of the homebrew club Silicon Valley Sudzers. And there is a growing list of craft-beer-centric businesses that have just opened or are set to open this year. In downtown San Jose, the list includes Original Gravity Public House craft beer bar, ISO: Beers craft beer bar and tasting lounge and Blackbird Tavern. In Campbell, there is Liquid Bread beer bar. In Mountain View, Jane’s Beer Store, the South Bay’s first specialty beer store, and Steins Beer Garden + Restaurant.

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fans might be surprised to learn that the South Bay had its share of early breweries as cited in the 1992 book The Bars of Santa Clara County: A Beer Drinker’s Guide to Silicon Valley, co-written by Bay Area beer scribe Jay Brooks and Karen Knezevich. These breweries included Eagle Brewery (San Jose, 1853), Fredericksburg Brewery (San Jose, 1856) and other San Jose breweries opening between 1875 and 1905: San Jose Brewery, Louis Krumb’s Brewery and the St. Claire Brewing Company. However, after breweries such as these closed, there were no local South Bay breweries until the mid-1980s. Breweries like Winchester Brewery and Palo Alto Brewing Company would come and go, but not before making their impact. Pete’s Wicked Ales launched in 1986 in Mountain View thanks to Palo Alto

Brewing Company and Bob Stoddard, whom “Pete” Slosberg refers to as “one of the first, true pioneers” in craft brewing. Stoddard would later open his Brewhouse & Eatery in Sunnyvale in 1993 (now FireHouse Grill & Brewery) and in Campbell in 2002 (now Campbell Brewing Company/ Sonoma Chicken Coop). Mountain View’s Tied House Brewery opened in 1988, the same year that Dan Gordon and Dean Biersch opened the first Gordon Biersch brewery restaurant in Palo Alto. The second Gordon Biersch opened in downtown San Jose in 1990, replacing a brewpub that had closed in four months, proving in part that South Bay native Gordon (“Born in San Jose.

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Summer Sum mmer Kraftbrew Kr aft ftbrew Beer FFest estt 2 012 2012 RIDING THE THE H WAVE WAVE V of craft craft beer is San Jose’s Jose’s Summer Kraftbrew Kraftbrew Beer Fest. The celebration celebration of good beer is now inn its second year and will hold its first fi outdoor event July 21 in downtow wn San Jose. downtown Or ganizer Chris Espar za says he is Organizer Esparza committed committe ed to making the event mor moree than a gi iant kegger. kegger. With a meetgiant the-brewer the-br ew wer atmosphere atmosphere and technical sessions about the finer points of brewing, brewinng, he wants to elevate Kr aftbrew w into something, dare dare I say, sayy, Kraftbrew moree sober—but mor sobber—but still fun. “This will not be a typical all-you-can-drink ffest,” est,”” he says. downtown The down ntown event will offer offer attendee range attendeess a taste of a wide range domestic of domes stic and international beers along with witth beer education, live music and goodd food food from from local vendors. The festival festivval will feature feature more more than 60 beers as well as artisan draft draft sodas. In an effort effort to appeal to beer aficionados, aficionad dos, the festival festival will include a “beer lounge” louunge” with a changing lineup of guest speakers. Not to mention some fin finee live music. The list of of participating breweries breweries Firestone includes Lagunitas, L SStone, tone, Fir estone and a numberr of Belgian beers. In addition to draft draft beer, beer, there there will be a “launch booth with 15 breweries breweries that will be booth”” with rreleasing eleasing limited quantities of new or seasonal beers each hour hour.. Some of the beerss to look ffor or include Shipyard Shipyard Br ewing Co.’s C barrel-aged barrel-aged “double “double Brewing thumper r,,”” Uinta Brewing’s Brewing’s “Detour thumper,” double IPA” IP PA” and Allagash Brewing Brewing Co.’s “bourbon black.” Sever ocal businesses—among Several local al lo them Na glee Park Park Garage, Garage, Harry’s Harry’s Naglee Hofbrau, Hofbr au, Kelly’s Kelly’s Liquors, and Original Gr avity PPublic ublic House—will also Gravity participa te. Food choice will be participate. available,, such as sausage from from Nagle PPark ark Garage, Garage, a beer-braised beer-braised short ribs fr om Har ry’s Hofbr au and special ty from Harry’s Hofbrau specialty off erings fr om various ffood ood trucks trucks. offerings from $ and tasting portions of Entry is $5, beers will will go for for $3–$4. The event runs from from m noon to 8pm at the corner off Post Post and Lightson streets streets in downtown downtown San Jose. (Metr Metroo is a sponso or of the event.)—S sponsor —Stett Sttett Holbrookk Holbrook


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Original Gravity G Public P ublic H House ou use beer bar arrives a in downto downtown own San Jose BY B Y AND ANDY Y LEE ROM TH ROM THE HE large, hanging h chandelier chande elier made of recy recycled ycled beer bottles to the déc décor or and warm w arm lighting alo along ong the hallway hallw ay leading to t the outdoor patio in the t back, South Bay nativess Dan Phan Wang P han and JJohnny ohnny W ang have worked diligently dilig gently in setting up a beer bar that is welcoming and co comfortable. omfortable. Original Gra Gravity avvity Public Pu ublic House House,, set to op open en later this month, m offers off ffeers 255 rrotating 2 otating ttaps aps of ccarefully arrefully selected craft b beer eer with a widee variet varietyy of st styles yles and pric pricee points points in an unpretentious unpr etentious en environment. nvviron nment. “Fr “From om the h no novice vic i e craft ft b beer eer drink d drinker i ker to the h most har hardcore dcore b beer eer en enthusiast, nthusiast, we have ha ave something on ttap a ffor ap or o yyou,” ou,”” sa says ayys Phan. F For or the har hardcore dcorre fans fans,, eexpect xpect to see Do Dogfish gfish Head’ Head’ss 120-minute IPA IP PA on tap. tap. Ther Theree willl also b bee 20–2 20–255 bottled b ottled b beers, eers, includin including ng selections from fr om A Avery very and Gr Great eatt Divide brewing br ewing ccompanies. ompanies. Original Gra Gravity avvity not no ot only ffeatures eeatures a stellar lineup of b beer eerr but ffood ood as well. Phan and Wang ha have ave recently recently amped amp ed up their eff efforts ffo orts t to p perfect erfeect the menu, or organizing ganizing ttastings astings with friends and family to dial d in the ffood. ood. The main ffocus ocus will b bee 20 different diff ffeerent sausages fr from om m mainly lo local cal providers, pr oviders, grilledgrilled-cheese cheeese sandwiches and duck duck-fat k--fat fries to b bee enjoyed enjoyed

inside, in the inside, t do dog-friendly gg-friendlyy back p patio or on the South S F First irst Street Street sidewalk. sidewalk. Phan an and nd Wang had originally hoped hop ed to op o open en a b beer eer bar in Orange County, C ounty, but bu ut when things did not work out, o they they turned their attention home.. They weree at tention back b home They wer was cconvinced onvinced that San JJose ose w as ready ready support to supp ort an establishment establishment that primarily qualityy beers ffocused ocused pr rimarily on qualit beers on ttap. ap. fans proximity Beer fan ns will note its p pr oximity Good Vegan Cafe to Go od Karma K V egan e Caffe Gordon and Gor do on Biersch Brewery Brewery & Restaurant. several R est e aurantt. Add Add to the mix se veral establishments already other est ab blishments alr eady offering off ffeering beer area, solid craft b eer options in the ar ea, beer-centric places as well as other o b eer- centric plac es open set to op en n later this yyear, ear, and you’ll you’ll noticee thatt downtown San JJose notic ose is becoming quickly b e oming a rrespectable ec espectable beer beer hub It’s a welcome welcome development development hub.. It’s ffor or Phan and o a Wang g, beer beer fans who Wang, appreciate aspects beer. appr eciatee the finer asp ects of b eer. Ass a home brewer A hom me br ewer with a background biochemistry, back groun nd in bio chemistry, Phan appreciation ttakes akes beer beer appr eciation to a different diff ffeerent level. partial sciencee of le vel. “I’m par tial to the scienc beer,” b eer,” he says, saayys, which helps eexplain xplain Gravity. the name Original Gra avit v y. says, beer Phan sa ayys, “Some ffellow eellow b eer geeks enjoying ccoined oined thiss term while enjo ying home brews. some hom me br ews. Original gravity graavvity measurement wortt is a measu urement of the liquid wor water mixturee that is infused [a w ater mixtur m with malt sugars that is ffermented eermented makee b beer] to mak eer] that is used in an equation to t ccalculate alculate the alcoholic alcoholic beverage brewing b everage vvolume olume after the br ewing process pr ocess is ccomplete.” omplete.” Wang,, In ttalking alkin ng with Phan and Wang the one gets th he sense that yyou’re ou’re ttalking alking to ttwo wo smart smart guys who aree lik likeable down-to-earth. ar eablle and down-to - earth. They’ve appreciated The yy’vve ap ppreciated the challenges navigating cityy and st state of na avvigatiing all the cit ate departments involved depar tmen nts in volved in opening opening business,, especially a restaurant restauran nt business especially ffor o or time, theyy chalk it up as the first tim me, and the great learning gr eat learn ning eexperiences. xperiences. Moree importantly, Mor im mportantlyy, one ccan an see and hear their t eexcitement xcitement ffor o or the opportunity opp ortuniity to bring their customers unique,, ha hard-to-find from unique ard-to -find beers beers fr om thee Ba Bay outside th ay Area Area as well as showcase showc ase llocal, local, al Bay Baay Area Area beers. beers. They They also ccan’t an’t wait wait to offer off ffeer unusual ffood ood likee K Korean kalbi items lik orean k albi sausages from Los special fr om L os Angeles A and host sp ecial beer ffood ood and b eer pairing eevents. vents. Public House Original Gravity G P ublic H ouse S.. First St., San Jose 66 S


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Angelica’s Bell Theatre & Bistro, Redwood City Wed – 6:30pm The thing about innovators is they tend to think on a different level. That’s why the Silicon Valley Innovation Institute’s seventh anniversary party in Redwood City this week may require a little explanation. The group holds events that are sort of like open mics for awesome people. The last one had the people who make selfamplifying guitars demonstrating how they work, a guy from Smule showing how people all over the world used their Glee app to sing

together, music from Scott Sier and Andy Markham, a Bolero dance and more. These events are meant to bring creative people of all types together—there’s a strong tech and business aspect, but SVII organizers want to go even further in the direction of showcasing art and music of different types. Aspiring innovators can go to svii. net and sign up. (SP)

and we are all the richer for it. The annual Midsummer Mozart Festival, under the direction of George Cleve, embarks on two weeks of concerts throughout the Bay Area, with a stop in San Jose. The opening program features the Impresario Overture, Six German Dances, the Piano Concerto in G and the Symphony in D, also know as Prague. The following Thursday highlights the Great Mass in C minor with the help of the Pacific Mozart Ensemble. (MSG)

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since they changed their name. Rather just playing a goofy hybrid of punk, ska and indie rock, the Stomas are kicking out some solid rock tunes in the vein of the White Stripes. (Only in the their case, as a four-piece band.) Don’t get me wrong, they haven’t entirely lost their immaturity (or their interest in genre-mashing). They still play bits of indie-pop, punk, ska and whatever else they feel like. As far as youthful craziness goes, they do have a ska song in their repertoire called “Purity Rings Suck.” We’ll know they’ve reached full maturity level when they finally come out with that reggae song called “Promise Keepers Suck.” (AC)

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San Jose Museum of Art Sat – 7pm; $5 East San Jose’s Los Hot Boxers are set to headline the latest edition of the San Jose Museum of Art’s ArtRage series, although rage is about the last thing that comes to mind when thinking about singer and songwriter Christian Vela’s music. Even when this guy’s singing about winter in “I’ll Get By on My Own,” he’s making summer music—warm and wafting, but with that catchy re-listenability required of window-down listening this time of year. But with their infusion of subtle reggae rhythms into a Latin sound, punctuated by the gentlest


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IL DIVO Jul 20–21 at 8pm, San Jose Civic

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AMERICAN IDOL LIVE Jul 22 at 7pm, HP Pavilion

BIG TIME RUSH Jul 22 at 7pm, Shoreline

YANNI JJul 24 at 8pm, San Jose Civic

TEARS FOR FEARS Aug 5 at 7:30pm, San Jose Civic

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IDENTITY FESTIVAL crashes of surf percussion percussion, Los Hot Boxers are unfailingly artful. This ArtRage will also feature DIY luchador mask-making, artist David Mejia sketching guests and a nohost bar. (SP)

HOPEFUL ROMANTICS Streetlight Records; Campbell Sat – 4pm; free The Hopeful Romantics have one foot in the past, singing sweet country harmonies with a bit of a twang, but they give their classic Americana a modern feel by taking inspiration also from such innovative alt-country songwriters like Gillian Welch and Neko Case. This five-piece ensemble mixes it up with guitars, a mandolin, fiddle and an upright bass, telling little stories in song format, like they did in the good old days. It’s authentic, yet it’s glaringly obvious

slickers, which these are some city slickers isn’t a bad thing. It gives their music a freshness, rather than sounding like an old-timey tribute band. (AC)

ONE STEP BEYOND REUNION Club Illusions, Palo Alto Sat – 8pm; $10/$15 With BFD having just brought back Jane’s Addiction for a dapper, artfully elegant headlining set in June, it’s time to take a minute and remember the club that got them to the South Bay first, back when they were gritty, grubby upstarts singing about peeing in the shower. From 1985 to 1990, Santa Clara’s One Step Beyond was a gateway drug to alt-culture for a generation of goths, punks, metalheads and other assorted misfits. After the success of the One Step Beyond reunion last year, organizers are

doing it again on at Club Illusions in Palo Alto (which has its own unique history as the Keystone, the Vortex and the Edge). Headlining this year will be SF electropoppers the Frail, with performances from several DJs, including Live 105’s Aaron Axelsen. (SP)

’90S DANCE PARTY Willow Den, Willow Glen Sat – 10pm; free The Limousines have been lying low, as Eric Victorino re-releases one of his books, and rumor has it they are planning to come back with a retooled sound. You can ask Victorino’s partner in the band, Gio Giusti, all about it at Willow Den this weekend, because you know, everyone likes to be bombarded with a lot of irritating questions at ... their birthday party! That’s right, it’s Gio’s birthday, so come down and celebrate with resident DJ K-VON, who’ll be bringing the ’90s

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Aug 17 at 2pm, Shoreline

CHRIS BOTTI Aug 23 at 7:30pm, Montalvo Arts Center

CS&N Sep 8 at San Jose Civic

FIONA APPLE

Mon – 6pm; downtown Redwood City; free

Sep 9 at San Jose Civic

Jennifer Scott is a musical alchemist, a singer with a gift for transforming songs often dismissed as pop dross into jazz gold, like her angst-ridden arrangement of Lesley Gore’s 1963 lament “It’s My Party.” The Vancouver, B.C., singer, who collaborated extensively with the South Bay duo of saxophonist Kristen Strom and guitarist Scott Sorkin in the quartet Crossing Borders, is equally effective interpreting standards or reinventing gems by Joni Mitchell and Lennon and McCartney. (AG)

DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Sep 9 at Shoreline

CHICAGO Sep 12 at 7:30pm, SJ Center for the Performing Arts

MADONNA Oct 6 at 8pm, HP Pavilion

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A Comden and Green musical from West Valley Light Opera. Runs thru Jul 21. Fri-Sat, 8pm. Sun, 2:30pm. $18-$33. Saratoga Civic Theater, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga.

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Charles Ross condenses Tolkien to one hilarious 70-minute show. Runs Jul 24-29. Tue-Wed, 7:30pm, Thu-Fri, 8pm, Sat, 3 and 8pm, Sun, 2pm. $23 and up. San Jose Repertory Theatre.

SAM SHEPARD FESTIVAL

A rock musical. Runs thru Jul 29. Wed-Thu, 7:30pm, Fri-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm. $25-$50. The Stage, San Jose.

Runs Jul 19-Aug 12. Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm. $15 and up. Pigott Theater, Stanford.

CALIFORNIA THEATRE CENTER

This year’s production is the political musical satire “The Last Election.” Wed, 6:30pm. Free. Courthouse Square, Redwood City.

“Dial M for Murder.” Fri, 7:30pm, Sat, 3pm. “A Thousand Clowns.” Sat, 7:30pm. “The Contrast.” Thu, Sat, 7:30pm, Sun, 3pm. $10-$26. Sunnyvale Community Center.

CAVALIA A multimedia show about people and horses. Opens Wed, Jul 18. $44.50 and up. White Big Top, 101 Tech campus, San Jose.

CHICAGO Runs Jul 19-Aug 26. Thu-Fri, 8pm, Sat, 8pm, Sun 2 or 7pm. $20-$40. City Lights, San Jose.

THE DRUNKARD A melodrama by the Santa Clara Players. Runs thru Jul 22. Fri-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm. $15. Triton Museum, Hall Pavilion, Santa Clara.

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COMPUTER HISTORY MUSEUM Dan Kaufman of DARPA talks with John Markoff about big ideas shaping the future. Tue, 7pm. Computer History Museum, Mountain View.

TRITON MUSEUM OF ART “Poetics of Disposability.” Assemblage pieces by Bay Area artists. Runs Jul 21-Sep 9. Reception Jul 27, 7-9pm. TueWed and Fri-Sun, 11am-5pm, Thu, 11am-9pm. Santa Clara.

Events

SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK “Henry V.” Runs Jul 21Aug 5. This week Sat-Sun, 7:30pm. Free. Memorial Park Amphitheater, Cupertino.

UPRIGHT GRAND TheatreWorks presents the premiere of Laura Schellhardt’s play with music. Runs thru Aug 10. Regular shows Tue-Wed, 7:30pm (no shows Aug 7-8), Thu-Fri, 8pm. Sat, 2 and 8pm (8pm only Aug 4), Sun, 2 and 7pm (2pm only Aug 5). $31-$51. Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto.

BEER & BBQ A special meal with a pairing of five beers with Chef Jenn’s Bar-B-Que Fixins. (RSVP to tessorasbarradivino@yahoo. com.) Wed, Jul 25, 6pm. $35. Tessora’s Barra di Vino, Campbell.

CONNOISSEUR’S MARKETPLACE A fine-crafts festival, plus live music, food and drink booths. Sat-Sun, 10am-6pm. Free. Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park.

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City falls into a new reign of terror. (A Tale of Two Cities is even quoted in the last scenes, and one villain from the earlier part of Nolan’s trilogy is this Terror’s Robespierre.) The Dark Knight caught viewers in a political fork, between the unacceptability of masked vigilantism, and the exploits of the best and bravest masked man.

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FAREWELL, MY QUEEN (R; 100 min.) Versailles as a prison, swarming with parasites on the hot summer morning the Bastille will fall. Sedonie (LeĂĄ Seydoux, a stunner with arctic eyes) is a minor, furtive servant. Like anyone who lives at a royal court, Sedonie is a spy. Her real obsession is the Queen. Does Sedonie love her peremptory majesty for the woman she is? For her power? Or is it a simple lesbian passion? As Marie Antoinette, Diane Kruger is golden, silky and petulant. If the ďŹ lm is sometimes historically dubious, Kruger embodies a worshipful servantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vision of how such a queen would glow. But this ďŹ lmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Marie Antoinette is an opportunist: a looter, a schemer and a bitch. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an urgent drama, framed as if for TV, with many close-ups. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s further tightened by a simmering, tense Bruno Coulais soundtrack. The camera is carried along with the ďŹ&#x201A;ow of alarmed courtiers through the dark halls and stairways of Versailles. The aristos are like cattle in a chute. Fascinating counter-programming to the Bat movie: the senses of doomed societies harmonize. (RvB)

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THE BLANK CLUB Wed, 9pm: The Rev. Horton Heat, Supersuckers, Goddamn Gallows. $25/$30. Fri, 9pm: Plantain, LiXi. $5. San Jose.

BOSWELL’S Wed, 9:30pm: Jack Rip-Off. Thu, 10pm: Sexy Back. Fri, 9:30pm: Stompbox. Sat, 9:30pm: Rock on Broadway. Sun, 8:30pm: The Gents. Mon, 9:30pm: Rick Williams Trio. Campbell.

JOHNNY V’S Fri: Boar Hunter, Utter Failure, the Racketees. Sat: Facho and more. Tue: Dark Earth and Forgotten Gods. San Jose.

LOS GATOS BREWING CO. Fri, 7-10pm: The Peelers. Summer Concert Series. At San Pedro Square. San Jose.

MEMORIAL PARK AMPHITHEATER Wed, 6:30pm: Shabang! Cupertino Summer Concert Series. Cupertino.

MOUNTAIN CHARLEY’S Fri, 9pm: Duran Duran Duran. $10. Los Gatos

MOUNTAIN WINERY Wed, 7:30pm: Ray Davies. SatSun, 7:30pm: Sheryl Crow. Tue, 7:30pm: Earth, Wind & Fire. Saratoga

NAGLEE PARK GARAGE Wed: Golden West Trio. San Jose.

NETO’S GRILL THE CATS Wed, 6pm: Johnny Fabulous. Fri, 9pm: The Rear Window Band. Sun, 6pm: Joe Ferrara. Tue, 6pm: Johnny Fabulous. Los Gatos.

CLUB FOX Thu, 7:30pm: A Cappella Revolution with Hookslide and Loose Interpretations. $10/$14. Sat, 8pm: The Sun Kings. $18/$20. Redwood City.

CLUB ILLUSIONS Sat, 9pm: One Step Beyond reunion with the Frail and DJs. $10/$15. Palo Alto.

Fri, 8:30pm: Alias Smith and Jones. $10. Sat, 9pm: The Clamtones. $10. Sun, 1-8pm: Stained Glass, Mike ReEnwick ’70s Reunion Benefit. $15. Tue, 7pm: Jam with Dennis Dove or Ray Ray. Santa Clara.

NUMBER ONE BROADWAY Wed: Jam night. Thu: Bone Drivers. Fri, 9:30pm: Fusion. $10. Sat, 9:30pm: Groove Kings. $10. Los Gatos.

OLD WAGON SALOON Sat, 9:30pm: Grampa’s Chili CD-release party. Free. San Jose.

THE QUARTER NOTE Wed: Pro Jam hosted by

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STREETLIGHT RECORDS Sat, 4pm: Hopeful Romantics, Ami Pienknagura. San Jose.

VASONA LAKE COUNTY PARK Sat, 5pm: Sherry Austin with Henhouse. Vasona Vibrations series. Los Gatos.

WOODHAM’S LOUNGE Fri: Pro Jam with local rock musicians. Santa Clara.

Jazz/Blues GRAND DELL SALOON Thu, 8pm: Blues jam. Fri, 8pm: Live music. Sat, 8pm: Live music. Campbell.

HEDLEY CLUB Every first and third Wed, 7:30pm: Hedley Club Jazz Jam. Thu, 8:30pm: RussoAlberts Trio. Fri, 8:30pm: Rick Vandivier. Sat, 8:30pm: JP and the Rhythm Chases. Hotel De Anza, San Jose.

J.J.’S BLUES CAFE Wed: Miss Aeriol Ascher and the Blues Angel Band. Thu: Madylan Rose. Fri: Dog House Riley. No cover. Sat: Alan Iglesias and Crossfire. $15. Sun: Gene Washington and the Special Purpose Band. Mon: Desiree and Diamond 99.Wayne’s Way. Tue: Blue J, Dennis and Stuart. San Jose.

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Utter Failure ROB FRASER’S BEEN in a lot of bands. From Apeface to Joe Q. Citizen to Boar Hunter, it’s kind of hard to keep track of them all. “It’s hard for me to keep track, too,” he admits. But the band he’s best known for is Krupted Peasant Farmers, who in the ’90s became one of San Jose’s most beloved—and internationally famous—punk bands, with Fraser as guitarist. What KPF had that none of Fraser’s subsequent bands did was his brother Dave, Johnny V’s who was the engine behind the band’s melodic combination of old-school political hardcore with new-school pop-punk. Dave Fri, July 20 left KPF in 1993, though the band continued on for five more years. With Dave not exactly the most social type, it took Rob 9pm; $5 almost 20 years to get him writing and singing again in their new joint project, Utter Failure. “Utter Failure is what we should have been doing from the get-go,” Rob says now. The band has their first 7” out on Rob’s Vine Hell label, showcasing a sound that is in many ways a KPF for the 21st century, stripped down to a single guitar assault and with an updated set of lyrical concerns. Rob couldn’t be happier. “I feel at home in Utter Failure,” he says. “I feel this crazy emotional passion playing Dave’s songs.”—Steve Palopoli

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8eknfe IN FEBRUARY, unknown San Jose rapper Antwon released the video for his song “Helicopter,” which quickly became the subject of music blogs all over the Internet, most notably spin.com. It’s now creeping up on 80,000 views and counting. What made “Helicopter” an Internet sensation was how seamlessly the director mashed together scenes from the Steve McQueen 1960s car chase flick Bullitt, with footage of Antwon and his crew walking around those same San Franciscan streets. But the real gem in the video is the song itself. It’s a unique hybrid of party-rap, stoner-rap, emo-rap and nerd-rap, without actually falling into any one of these pre-existing rap genres. “A lot of people will tell me, ‘oh you’re an Internet rapper.’ My stuff got big on the Internet because I couldn’t get it big anywhere else,” Antwon says.

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In fact, the majority of music blogs that wrote about Helicopter were not raporiented. Antwon has yet to get much interest from the hip-hop community. “Rap music has its own media, like The Source or XXL, but a lot of rappers don’t fit into that mold. It’s easier for me to get into Fader and stuff like that. My audience isn’t a really strong hip-hop audience. They are people that listen to a lot of different stuff,” Antwon says. The music for “Helicopter” is actually an instrumental song called “Helicopter Does Not Exist,” which was produced by Walsh, for his own 2010 EP, Smoke Weed About It. It’s a funky, dissonant electronic track with an authentic retro vibe that could easily pass for a cool soundtrack to a ’70s action flick that never existed. Antwon contacted Walsh and asked if he could rap over it for his mixtape Fantasy Beds. Walsh told him yes. Antwon pursued a “standard” rap career back in the mid-2000s, which garnered him some attention from an indie rap label. When that fell through in 2008, he quit rapping. He returned in 2011 with Fantasy Beds and an open mind towards how he could approach rap as an expression of himself. With little promotion, Fantasy Beds made became a underground sensation. Antwon quickly reached his download limit on Soundcloud and moved it to Bandcamp, where he charges $13 per download, which people have been happily paying. Antwon has yet to play a South Bay show since his return to hip-hop last year. This Saturday’s show at Homestead Lanes will be his first. “I grew up right down the street from there. The first time I ever smoked weed was behind Homestead Lanes,” he says.—Aaron Carnes


UPCOMING EVENTS AT MONTALVO ARTS CENTER

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FRI, JULY 20 FREE PUBLIC RECEPTION, 7- 10PM Join us for a summer tradition celebrating Sculpture on the Grounds with art, dance, food & drink! Participate in a spectacular live video projection on the historic Villa by media artist Daniel Canogar, enjoy contemporary art installations and gourmet food trucks, and get in the groove with a dance performance by ArtistEdge. Rock out to the eclectic sounds of Tin Hat as you soak up the summer evening with drinks on Montalvo’s Great Lawn. It’s a party you won’t want to miss!

CIRCUS BELLA SUN, JULY 29, 2PM, GREAT LAWN NOON - 2PM, MIDWAY ACTIVITIES (INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION) Circus Bella is an open air, one-ring European Style circus with 9 performing artists and 4 musicians featuring contemporary, high-level acts set to an original score. Join us before the performance for an afternoon of fun midway activities: Games, facepainting, juggling, clowns, and lots more! TICKETS: General: $20 Adult / $10 Child Members: $16 Adult / $8 Child

STARRY STARRY NIGHT: ART & ASTRONOMY SLUMBER PARTY FRI, AUG 10, 7PM - SAT, AUG 11 Coinciding with the annual Perseid meteor showers, Starry Starry Night 2012 explores our relationship with outer space. Learn about the vast night sky and the art it inspires through astronomy talks, storytellers, contemporary art installations and films. Create your own art inspired by the heavens. Sleep under the stars on Montalvo’s front lawn after this multi-disciplinary arts festival and wake to a pancake breakfast at the historic Villa. TICKETS General: $80 Adult | $50 Child | Family (2 adults + 2 children) $230 Member: $70 Adult | $40 Child | $200 Family

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Every first Thu: Club Damelo. Thu: Hydration. Fri: Starting Six. 0Sat: Bizzy Bone. San Jose.

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BEACHWOOD SPARKS Perfect summertime music in the form of breezy, harmony-laden Sub Pop band. Jul 19 at the Independent.

VERBAL ABUSE Gilman hardcore blowout with Blank Expressions, Five Fingers of Death, more. Jul 20 at 924 Gilman.

OWL CITY At the top of the charts just a few years ago, Postal Service-jacking band now plays small clubs. Jul 21 at Slim’s.

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CHARO AND TOO SHORT They both play on the same night: Charo in the Club, Too Short in the Lounge. Collaboration, please! Jul 21 at Yoshi’s SF.


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