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Nothing N othingg Is Over! Over! Nobody likes too lose an election, but Nobody it seems ROBERT ROBEERT B BRAUNSTEIN—TV RAUNSTEIN—TV sports host an andd vanquished candidate in San Jose’s Jose’s District D 10 City Council race—has race—has yet to call it quits. Observers Observers in and around around City Hall were were surprised to receive receive an email emaail newsletter in January January from from an anony anonymous ymous link linkss blog called ABV ABV News, News, short shoort ffor or Almaden-Blossom Almaden-Blossom Valley Valley News. News. The Thhe newsletter, newsletter, which most recipients recipients didn’t didn’t even sign up ffor, or, consists of link links ks to stories aff affecting ecting south San Jose. Josee. It also ffeatures eatures some scathing, left-field left-fi field criticism dir directed ected at Braunstein’s Braunstein’ss opponent last ffall, all, Councilmember Councilmembeer JOHNNY KHAM KHAMIS. IS. While some subscrib subscribers ers were were surprised to learn who is behind beehind the newsletter newsletter,, it was the mann manner er in which they ffound ound out that caused rreaders eaders to ffall all out of their chairs: The new newsletter’s wsletter ’s email addr address ess is the same as Braunstein’s Braunstein’s CCal al Hi Sports Bay Bay Area Area work email. Braunstein Braunstein admits he’s he’s behind AB ABV BV N News ews and said he wants waants to Don’t make it a hype hyperlocal erlocal forget Huffington P Post. osst. With to tip! only 13 “likes “likes”” on FLY@ Facebook, Facebook, he still s has METRONEWS. a little work too do. Part Part COM of that work soo ffar ar has included claim claimss that Khamis took $ $40,000 40,000 in district funds that termed-out termed-ouut DD-10 10 Councilmember NANCY NANCY P PYLE YLE had had planned to donate to a variety of cha charities arities and community associations. Khamis, K in ffact, act, did no such thing. On a sid sidee note, Khamis’ Khamis’ people wonder where where Braunstein Braunstein got all those email addresses, addressees, which number in the thousands. Braunstein Braunstein a insists he didn’t didn’t get them from from Pyle’s Pyle’s office, which would be b allll sorts t off inappr iinappropriate. opriate. i t Regardless, Regardless, dl the enterprise has clearly got some Almadenites’ Almadenites’ soccer s shorts in a twist. “I think he’s he’s pr probably obbably doing somebody a service, service, but it it’s ’ss really really petty and juvenile,” opines one loc local cal political consul consultant. tant.

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AST November, Novemberr, a few hundred people donned donn ned their best suits and gowns and converged d on San San Jose’s Jose’s historic Hayes on M th he Mansion to toast some of the East Side’s Side’s most accomplished accomplish hed East allumni. The The stars that night, nightt, alumni. h in the East Side Side honored U High School School District Union Education Foundation’s Foundation’s Hall Halll of Education Fame fundraiser, fundraiserr, consisted of o Fame a 10-person class led by Khaled Kha aled Hosseini,, a 1984 graduate graduate of g Hosseini, In ndependence High School School Independence an nd author of T and The he h Kite Runn Runner nerr. The nonpr nonprofit’s ofitt’s mission fr from ro om the outset been support ou utset has b een to supp pport the East Side S Union School (ESUHSD), U nion High Scho n ol District (ESUHSD D), been hard byy st state funding w which has b een har d hit b ate fund ding cuts. was 2007, George cu uts. It w aas set up in 20 077, when Geo orrgge

Shirak Shirakawa kawa JJr. r. w was aas the pr president e esident of the district’s district ’s scho school ol b board. oard. Sh Shirakawa hirak kawa is now a ccounty ountty sup supervisor ervisor who o is fighting to sa save ave his ccareer aareer in the fac ffacee of illegal sp spending ending allegations allegations.. Hi His is curr current reent chief of st staff, aff ff,, Eddie Gar Garcia, cia, w was a one of the first as three thr ee ffoundation oundation o trustee trustees. es. The district ccontracted ontracted with Cindy Cha C Chavez, avez, now h d off a union-aligned head i li d think hi k ttank ank a k and d advocacy adv vocacy gr group oup (see pag page ge 12), to est establish ablish the ffoundation. o oundation. T To o date date,, the or organization rgganization has donated mor moree than $70,0 $70,000 00 in grants,, scho grants school ol supplies an and nd sp sports orts donations to ESUHSD ESUHSD,, which w paid mor moree than that to get the ffoundation oun o ndation rrolling. ollingg. But on N Nov. ov. 15, 2011, the t IRS rrevoked evok okeed the ffoundation’s oundation o n’s nonpr nonprofit o st ofit status. taatus. Y Yet et e almost no one outside of o its b board— oard— including donors—kne donors—knew w ab about out its lost ccertification ertification at the fundr fundraiser raiser a yyear eear later later.. Ass a rresult, A esult, some of th the he charit charitable able donations that wer weree ma made ade ma may ay not b bee eligible to b bee claimed as ttax ax a deductions on ccontributors’ ontributors 2012 rreturns. ontributors’ e eturns . The ffoundation oundation now aawaits o waits a wor w word rd fr from om the IRS on rreinstatement einsttaatement off its nonpr nonprofit ofit eexemption. xxemption. Boar Board d mem members mbers hop hopee that

will happ happen en n in ttwo wo to ffour w o our months months.. “It’s “It ’s emb embarrassing barrassing and it it’s ’s unf unfortunate for o tunate we ffound ound out o o after we b began egan the Hall of Fame fundr fundraising raising ffor o or this yyear, eearr, b because ecause it kind of pu puts uts eeveryone’s ver e yo one’s ttax ax a deduction i a st in status atus that th the they hey might i h not b bee able bl to use as a wri write-off, ite-off, ff,” sa ff” says ayys Chris F Funk, unk, the ESUHSD’ss ne ESUHSD’ new w sup superintendent erintendent and vic vicee chair of thee ffoundation. oundation. o Funk F unk sa says ays y he w was aas surprised to learn in A August ugust 2012—a 2 month after he assumed hi his is ttwo wo w rroles—that oles—that the ffoundation oundation o n lost its nonpr nonprofit ofit privileges because b eccause a it failed fa to file rrequired equired F Form orm 990s three from 9 90s ffor o or thr ree cconsecutive onsecutivve yyears, eears, fr om 2009 20 09 to 20 2011. 011. “I sent [the notic notice] e] to m myy b i business offi office, ffi e,” F ffic Funk unk k rrecalls, ecalls ll , “and “ d said, id ‘What the hell h is this?’ “The und understanding derstanding w was as a that unless yyou ou wer o weree making m a pr profit, ofit, yyou ou didn o didn’t n’’t have ha ave to file yyour our pap o paperwork, erwork, which w was aas a mist mistake. ak ke.” While it is not unusual ffor or yyoung o oung o nonpr nonprofits ofits to ha have ave their st status taatus rrevoked, evo ok ked, e it app appears ears th the he East Side ffoundation’s o oundation n’s precarious bee trac traced, part, pr eccaarious ffooting ooting ccan aan b ed, in par t, creation. to its cr eatio on.

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the ESUHSD b board oard mem members mbers kne knew w at om was Chavez, fresh from the time w aas that Cha avez, fr esh fr a def feeat to Chuck R eeed in i the 20 06 defeat Reed 2006 San JJose ose ma ayo oral electio on, ccontrolled o ontrro olled mayoral election, C aliffo ornia L eadership Se erviccees. “When California Leadership Services. Cindy w aas hir ed b d , I honestly was hired byy the district, don n’’t think the b oarrd wa w as aaware waare it w as a don’t board was was hiring her r,” sa ayys Frank Bi iehl, who still sits her, says Biehl, on the ESUHSD b oard as a pr esident. “I board president. know I w asn a n’’tt aaware war a e of it. iit”” wasn’t By the time Cha avez’’ ccontract ontract Chavez’ eexpired xpired in the summerr of 20 09, she 2009, had b een paid $79,0 00 in cconsulting onsulting been $79,000 ffees ees e fr om scho ol distric ct funds from school district funds.. Howe ver, the ffoundation oundati o ion had lit tttle to However, little show ffor or the pa o ayment y — website —no payment—no website,, just thr ee b oard memb bers and less three board members than $5,0 00 in the ban nk. “W We wer $5,000 bank. “We weree appalled all this mone een moneyy had b been sp ent and ther as lit ttle to show ffor or o spent theree w was little it”” sa it, ayys Diane Blum, Blum whose w childr en says children at tttended East Side scho ools when the attended schools ffoundation oundation o st arted. “I think t p eople started. people should b esponsible. I bee held legally rresponsible. think she should pa ay itt back.” pay Cha avez declined ccomment omm ment ffor o or this Chavez ar ticle, but those in nvo olvved e with the article, involved ffoundation oundation sa o ay that it wa w as still in its say was infancy when she left. Bo ob N unez, the Bob Nunez, ESUHSD sup erintenden nt at the time superintendent time,, filed the inc orporation pap p ers after incorporation papers Ch Cha avez’s engagement e g ge e t en nded. ded Though Tho gh Chavez’s ended. she had no prior eexperience xxperieence in the nonpr ofit world, Shirak kawa def feended nonprofit Shirakawa defended Cha avez’s hir mber 20 09 San Chavez’s hiree in a Septem September 2009 JJose ose Mer o Mercury rccurry N News ews ar article, ticcle, noting “she had the thick thickest keest R Rolodex olodeex in the valle o valley. ey.” little more A lit tttle mor re than ttwo wo w o yyears eears after he made those ccomments, omments, Shirak S Shirakawa kawa made his own ccontribution ontribution to o the ffoundation: oundation: o $2,500 sponsorship a $2,50 0 sp onsorship ffor o orr the 2011 Hall of Fame dinner dinner. r. On JJan. an. 19 9 of this yyear, eearr, the ffoundation oundation o d i rreturned eturned d Sh Shirakawa’s hi kawa’s $2,50 hirak $2,500 0 “Silver Level” sponsorship “Silv veer L eveel” sp onsorsh hip to the ccounty. ountty. Shirakawa’s Shirak kawa’s offic officee did d not rrespond espond to a rrequest equest ffor or ccomment o omment ffor or this stor o story, y, and he rremains emains under in investigation nveesttigation b byy the Attorney’s officee and the Fair District A tttorneeyy’s offic Political P oliticcaal Practic Practices es C Commission. omm mission.

LLost ost and FFoundation ouundation Kath Kathy hy C Camin, amin, an East Si Side ide Hall of Fame inductee in 2011, to ttook ok o over veer as ffoundation oundation tr o treasurer easurer las last st summer summer.. The IRS rrevocation, evocation, she sa says, ayys, ccould ould ha have ave b been een aavoided vo oided b byy simply sendin sending ng in an annual 1010-question question p postcard. ostcard. But with the ffoundation’s o oundattion n’s 2012 signaturee eevent signatur vent e just mon months nths aaway—the way— —the Hall of Fame dinner o occurred cccurred N Nov. ov. 3 at

Hayes Mansion—the Ha ayees Man nsion—the ffoundation oundation o fforged o orrged g fiscal agent agreement a fisc caal agen nt agr eement Oct. 19 with the Silicon Valley Education Foundation. Silic on V aalleey Educ cation a F oundation. What’s many What ’s cconcerned o erned man onc ny of the people storyy who p eople ccontacted ont o taacted ffor or this stor o have ha ave close ties t to the ffoundation oundation is the o transparency alertt lack of tran nsparency in failing to aler stakeholders st taak keeholderrs of the rrevocation. evocation. $9,062 The ffoundation oun o ndation raised just $9,0 62 from May 2008 through fr om Ma ay 20 2 08 thr ough JJune une 30, 30 2011, 2011 according Form 990s ac cording to oF orm 9 90s the ffoundation oundation o provided pr ovided v to o Metr Metro ro. But in the ffollowing ollowing o fiscal fisccal a yyear—more eearr—mor — e than half of which followed yanked status—the atus—the fo ollowed itss yank keed st foundation fo oundation n raised $84,179. Therre w aas no announc ement to There was announcement 2012 Hall of o Fame at tttendees of the attendees lost nonpr nonprofit o st ofit status, taatus, and ther theree ar aree still multiple so sources ources online online,, including the fo oundation n’s Fac ebook page foundation’s Facebook page,, wher wheree the organization organizatio on misr misrepresents epresents itself as a registered 501c3. 5 registered “This is th the he first I’v I’ve ve eever ver e hear heard d of this this,,” Biehl said Monda M ay. Monday. “No, I w aas not aaware, waarre,” said “No, was Muhammed Chaudhry, president ed Chaudhr y, the pr Muhamme esident Silicon Valley Education and CEO off Silic con o V aalleey Educ ation Foundation. “You want bee up Foundation n. “Y Yo ou rreally eally w aant to b front about front ab outt that.” San JJose Councilmember Ash ose C ouncilmember A ssh Kalra, a 2012 Hall of inductee,, told Metr o Fame inductee Metro ro h also he l w was aas una unaware awaarre off the th ffoundation’s oundation o d ti n’s dec decertification. ertificcaatiion. F Foundation oundattion officials ccould ould not sa ay ffor or o sur ey w aas say suree how much mone money was inappr inappropriately ro opriaately ccollected ollected while its nonpr ro ofit st tatus w aas rrevoked, evo ok ked, e but nonprofit status was C Camin amin estim estimated mated that the tot total al is “at max a ccouple oup ple thousand.” T To o date date,, the Silic Silicon on V Valley aalleey Educ Education cation a F Foundation oundation has ccollected ollected $1 $18,400 18,400 on b behalf ehalf of the East Side ffoundation, o oundaation, Chaudhr Chaudhryy sa says. ayys. But othe other her issues i rremain. emain. i Chaudhr Ch Chaudhry dh y says nonprofit’s sa ays y that a ttypical ypic y caal nonpr ofit’s eexpenses xxpenses about percent eat up ab ou ut 20 to 30 p ercent of funds raised. But of o the East Side ffoundation’s oundation o n’s $162,0 $162,000-plus 00-p plus of tot total al rrevenue eveenue raised to date cor o ding to do cuments the date,, ac according documents ffoundation oundation o n pr ovvided, a lit tttle mor re than provided, little more $70,0 $70,000—or 00— —or 43 p percent—has ercentt— —has gone to eexpenses, xxpenses, in including ncluding ttwo w wo Hall of Fame Hayes dinners at Ha H ayees Mansion, which ccost ost o $23,8 00 in 2011 and $26,728 in 2012. $23,800 F unk sa ayys he is cconfident onfident that the Funk says ffoundation’s oundation o n’s curr current ent leadership leadership,, which boardmembers, cconsists onsists of 13 1 unpaid b oardmembers, will ccorrect orrect an any ny past issues issues.. “I think the t district has put all the safeguards says, saf feguar e ds in i place, place,” he sa ayys, “so going fforward orwaard wee ccan o an a b bee go good od ste stewards ewaarrd ds of the public mon neey.” money.


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strategies, the ZERO1 Garage is now partnering with the Adobe Creative Technologies Lab, the Christensen Fund and Google, each of which will sponsor a particular artist’s project over the course of this year. In each case, the project will be a collaboration, a process and/or a dialog. The circuitry connecting all of the component parts is just as important as the parts themselves. Everything is connected, with the Garage functioning as part think tank, part gallery, part psychological incubator, part policy implementer and part metaphorical server room. It sounds like snoozy academic-speak, but this is actually a pretty radical idea. Artists are the ones running the ZERO1 Garage, which is precisely what sets it apart from the shallow “innovation” talk currently boring audiences worldwide.

The Garage philosophy is that if anyone in the high-tech universe really wants to solve social and cultural problems and make the world a better place, artists need to be in the conversation, since they are the true radical experimenters and the ones most comfortable with uncertainty. It’s how they intrinsically operate. At the launch event last week, ZERO1 Garage executive director Joel Slayton articulated a vision to graft artistic creativity onto any collaboration, in any context, as a vehicle for inventing a better future landscape. Each year from now on, the Garage, along with its sponsoring partners, will define particular problems requiring radically new creative approaches and then select a number of artists to implement those approaches. The artists receive a stipend and work together with the sponsors and each other. Everything and everyone will be connected. “Imagine what this might look like in five years,” Slayton said from the podium. “We’ll have a very robust network of thought leaders, practitioners and creatives, from a variety of interdisciplinary fields, so

that when we use this term ‘artists’ we’re talking about artist-technologist, artist-entrepreneur, artist-designer, artistarchitect, artist-urban-planner, really, this new generation of creatives that are shaping the world. And we want the Garage to be the centerpiece in Silicon Valley where those experiments come to life.” The inaugural three ZERO1 Fellows, all three of whom are Bay Area women, then presented their prospective projects. Paula Levine, a Canadian-American artist who teaches at San Francisco State University and is supported by Google, discussed the concept of empathy in a digitally connected global world: that is, mapping everybody else’s suffering onto your own situation as a vehicle for understanding. The idea stemmed from her previous work, which included grafting a map of the U.S. invasion of Baghdad onto a map of San Francisco. g Cecilia Galiena, originally from C Rome, presented a more mystical Rom approach, claiming that artists provide app fresh, alternative method of inquiry, a fr perspective beyond the linear, ap objective method of science. An artist is obj inseparable from the audience, she said. inse IInitially, Galiena will focus on how indigenous peoples, through their ind stories and cultures, are seeking to make stor intellectual property serve a function besides value appropriation. Her fellowship is thanks to the Christensen Fund, a philanthropic organization integrating the arts, biodiversity and education. The Adobe Creative Technologies Lab (CTL) kicked in for the third artist, Daniela Steinsapir, who is now given the task of developing new approaches for cross-generational collaborative communication platforms, which could include storytelling across geographical and generational boundaries, touchscreen photo editing, language translation and other developments. Which poses one final question: Where does art criticism function in all of this? As creative paradigms continue to evolve, so must the apparatus of critique. That is an issue no one seems willing to address yet. I predict a whole new meaning for the term Garage Critic. Get ready.

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Here’s a chance to sample the spacious interior and enhanced acoustics of the new Bing Concert Hall as the Stanford Live performingarts series brings South African singer/songwriter Vusi Mahlasela to the peninsula. Sometimes dubbed “The Voice,” Mahlasela played a major part in the fight against apartheid with his politically charged songs, and he was picked to play at the ceremony when Nelson Mandela was inaugurated in 1994. Musically, he ranges freely from pop to blues and soul. (AR)

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Mountain Charley’s, Los Gatos Thu – 8pm; $10 Santa Cruz reggae stalwarts Thrive do the genre justice, having opened for reggae heavyweights Steele Pulse and played various reggae festivals. (Thrive will appear this coming May at the Roots Festival at the Monterey County Fairgrounds.) Thrive, however, go past the traditional sound, without losing any of the organic positive vibes. They mix in a little rock & roll and some island pop, making their sound more eclectic. Their album made it to the No. 4 slot on the iTunes reggae charts back in 2010. (AC)

MAXX CABELLO, JR. The Blank Club, San Jose Fri – 9pm; $10 Not many performers can comfortably put on an engaging two and a half-hour set just as easily as a concise 30-minute one. But Maxx Cabello, Jr. isn’t your typical performer. In the last year, he has opened for B.B. King, played the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, headlined at JJ Blues and brought down the house at a raging New Year’s Eve bash in the Virgin Islands. What makes his performances so malleable is the immense variety he has to choose from. He plays everything

from classic soul to Latin rock to energetic blues to just plain rock & roll. He might woo audiences with a tender love song or nail a 10-minute guitar solo. He does it all. (AC)

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diversity and genre melting pot are exactly what America strives for—taking little pieces of every culture and making them our own. In Ozomatli’s case, they mash together Latin rock, cumbia, funk, hip-hop, salsa and R&B. It’s fusion in the truest sense. (AC)

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MC8;@D@I >FI98:? Foothill Presbyterian Church, San Jose Sat – 8pm; $15/$25 En route to Carnegie Hall, internationally renowned classical guitarist Vladimir Gorbach is stopping by San Jose. As first-prize winner of the Guitar Foundation of America’s 2011 International Competition, Gorbach has been sponsored

for a 50-concert international Naxos, th the ttour andd an album lb on N world’s largest classical music label. Scott Wolf, host of the South Bay Guitar Society’s podcast, All Strings Considered, calls the GFA international competition “the Olympics of the classical guitar world.” Each year, the South Bay Guitar Society hosts a concert for the GFA competition winner. Gorbach’s current repertoire includes works by Giuliani, Scarlatti, Asencio, Piazzolla and Llobet. (SL)

and Monsters. As a soloist, Razavi plays both original compositions and jazz standards (using a fingerstyle approach on the latter). For this show, Razavi will perform his “Monster Suite” accompanied by a new animated film featuring strange shadow creatures designed by artist Gabe Wexler. (MSG)

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occupy a Herculean spot in hipThere are greatt hhop mythology. th l Th producers, the gospel now seems to say, and then there’s J Dilla, the man who spoke in bass lines and breakbeats. He’s now so revered, you can even find “J Dilla Changed My Life” emblazoned across T-shirts. To celebrate his legacy, the Bangerz and Bvmo are teaming up to present “All Dilla,” a night set to feature exclusively any and all areas of his muchcelebrated catalog. It’s a career that spans from Slum Village to D’Angelo remixes, stretching from Common’s “The Light” to Busta, Badu and beyond. Donuts will be served in honor of his celebrated album, and all donations will go toward the J Dilla Foundation. (BR)

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Clay has direct ties to the Bay Area; it was here that functional clay stepped into the role of a contemporary art form. In the late 1950s and ’60s, Peter Voulkos began

to push the boundaries of working with clay. His experiments with combinations of handmade pieces and wheel-thrown forms resulted in a new way of thinking about the material. Voulkos’ students, who later became teachers of his approach, explored this new artistic medium, leading to the creation of two major groups, at UC-Berkeley and UC-Davis, dedicated to seeing just how far sculptural ceramics could go. “Clay in the Bay” is a testament to the fact that artists have not ceased in their quest to push the boundaries of clay as an art form. The artists in the show were all selected because of their distinctive ways of exploring clay. The pieces range from sculptures that reflect the inner workings of the artist’s mind to installation pieces that interact intimately with the

environment that surrounds them. “I was looking for artists using the medium in an innovative way,” says Lindsey Kouvaris, curator of exhibits and collections at the de Saisset. Some of the contributors, like Don Fritz, an art professor at Santa Clara University, use clay as a way to tell a complicated story. His piece, Gift, leads viewers to create their own interpretation of the narrative depicted. Fritz has sculpted clay into the shape of a puzzle piece. The front shows a boy handing a woman something that seems to have surprised her; however, whatever he is handing her remains unidentified in the empty space where another piece would fit. Others twist clay into wondrous and amusing shapes, such as Bean Finneran with White Cone, Orange Cone and Purple Cone. Ehren Tool uses his work, 240 of Thousands, to open a dialogue about the politics of war. Santa Clara’s own Francisco “Pancho” Jimenez presents an exploration of the past and all its mystery through his own modern interpretation. Jimenez is

also a professor of art and art history at Santa Clara University and has lived in the area for most of his life. One of Jimenez’s first exposures to working with clay was when he sat in on a ceramics class taught by Kelly Detweiler at SCU. “That’s when I really began to fall in love with [working with clay],” Jimenez says. Jimenez tell me that he believes that clay has infinite possibilities for artists: “It’s very malleable—there’s a lineage there. When you look at ancient cultures, what do you find? Their clay.” This history is what inspires Jimenez to continue working with the medium. When he was young, Jimenez traveled to Mexico and was immediately taken with the mystery of its ancient ruins. “I loved the marriage of geometry and sense of scale that you see in ruins,” he explains. “For me, clay always felt very timeless.” Indeed, this concept of timeless mystery can be vividly seen in Jimenez’s work. His pieces combine the basic shapes he has always admired with a decidedly ancient Mesoamerican flair. In Cara a Cara, which means “face to face,” Jimenez plays with the aura of strangeness that often envelops the past. The piece focuses not only on the structure and intricate designs of the clay itself but also on the negative space found around the sculpture. This framing of space creates a sense of wonder similar to the one Jimenez felt when he encountered the remains of past civilizations in Mexico. “To me, clay feels honest,” says Jimenez about why he enjoys creating with clay. It is quite apparent that the rest of the artists featured in the show all feel that honesty. Whether the pieces are purely made of clay or combine it with other materials, each artist honors the timeenduring beauty of the clay. The other artists on display are Robert “Bo” Kvenild, David Linger, Spring Montes, Matthew Scheatzle, Nancy Selvin, Monica Van Den Dool, Jenni Ward and Stan Welsh.

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metroactive ARTS AFTERASHLEY A satire about a father and son coping with loss in the public eye. Runs thru Feb 17. ThuSat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm. $15-$35. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City.

CHINGCHONGCHINAMAN A Chinese-American family. Runs thru Feb 24. Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm. $16.95-$27.95 (gala opening $39.95). City Lights, San Jose.

BOBGOLDTHWAIT Standup comedy with an edge. Thu, 8pm, Fri, 9pm, Sat, 8 and 10:30pm, Sun, 8pm. $22 Rooster T Feathers, Sunnyvale.

IMPERIALFIZZ A Renegade Theatre Experiment premiere. Runs Feb 1-23. Preview Fri, 8pm. Opens Sat, 8pm. Also this week Sun, 7pm. Regular shows Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 7pm. $12.50-$27.50. Historic Hoover Theater, San Jose.

LOOKINGFORNORMAL The Palo Alto Players presents a drama about a married couple shaken by the husband’s desire for a sex-change operation. Runs thru Feb 3. Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm. $20-$29. Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto.

NEXTTONORMAL A musical about a suburban family facing mental illness. Runs thru Feb 3. Wed, 11:30am, 7:30pm, Thu-Fri, 8pm, Sat, 3 and 8pm, Sun, 2pm. $20.50 and up. San Jose Repertory Theatre.

ONGOLDENPOND A comedy about an elderly couple, presented by Bus Barn Stage Company. Runs thru Feb 17. Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 3 or 7pm, Wed, 7:30pm. $18-$32. Bus Barn Theater, Los Altos.

PROMISES,PROMISES The musical based on the movie “The Apartment.”Runs thru Feb 16. Fri-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm (plus Feb 14, 8pm). $26-$42. Saratoga Civic Theatre.

ROCK OF AGES A musical with ’80s tunes, presented by Broadway San p Fri, Jose. Wed-Thu, 7:30pm,

8pm, Sat, 2 and 8pm, Sun, 1 and 6:30pm. $20 and up. San Jose Center for the Performing Arts.

SOMEWHERE A musical by TheatreWorks. Runs thru Feb 10. Wed, 7:30pm, Thu-Fri, 8pm, Sat, 2 and 8pm (8pm only Feb 9), Sun, 2 and 7pm (2pm only Feb 10), Tue, 7:30pm. $31-$51. Mtn View Center for the Performing Arts.

*classical CAPPELLAROMANA The vocal group present “From Constantinople to California.” Fri, 8pm. $17-$34. Bing Hall, Stanford. Also “Holy Week in Jerusalem.” Sat, 8pm. $17-$34. Memorial Church, Stanford.

ANEVENINGWITHGUITAR Featuring Josh Friedman, Yuri Libezon and Patrick O’Connell plus youth performers. Wed, 6pm. $5/$10. Mtn View Center for the Performing Arts.

NOVAVISTASYMPHONY “Viennese Masters” features NVS Young Artist Competition winners. Sat, 8pm. $15/$25. De Anza Performing Arts Center, Cupertino.

*art MUSEUMS CANTORARTSCENTER “Border Crossings: From Imperial to Popular Life.” Art from China. Jan 30-Aug 4. “North Africa and the Holy Land in 19th-Century Photographs.”Thru Jun 2. “Dotty Attie: Sometimes a Traveler/ There Lived in Egypt.”Thru Jun 16. Wed-Sun, 11am-5pm, Thu, 11am-8pm. Stanford.

DESAISSETMUSEUM “Henrietta Shore: Understanding Nature.” A retrospective of works by the California painter. Thru Jun 30. “Clay in the Bay.”Thru Mar 17. Tue-Sun, 11am-4pm. Santa Clara.

EUPHRATMUSEUM “War & Healing.” A group show about conflict and healing. Feb 4-Mar 21. Mon-Thu, 10am-3pm. De Anza College, Cupertino.

SANJOSEMUSEUMOFART “Rising Dragon: Contemporary Chinese Photography.” Feb 2-Jun 30. Tue-Sun, 11am-5pm, closed Mon. San Jose.

GALLERIES ARTARKGALLERY “Tango and the Modern Nude.” The show uses visual and performing arts to celebrate the human body. Feb 1-14. Fri reception, 6-9pm, with music by Tango Trio. San Jose.

CAFFEFRASCATI Samba and bossa nova by Cado and special guests for South First Friday. San Jose.

DOWNTOWNYOGASHALA “Yoga-Inspired Art” by Angeles Moreno. Thru Feb. San Jose.

HIGHERFIRECLAYSPACE “Loving Cups.” Vessels made for Valentine’s Day. Feb 1-Mar 10. San Jose.

KALEIDGALLERY “Location Location Location.” Works by Jeff Hemming. “Houses in My Dreams.” A show by Melanie Sharr. Feb 1-22. Reception for South First Friday. San Jose.

MACLA South First Friday reception features performances by instructors for the gallery’s adult classes. Wed-Thu, noon-7pm, Fri-Sat, noon-5pm. San Jose.

MONTALVOARTSCENTER “Happiness Is ...” A group show about emotional health. Thru Apr 14. Thu-Sun, 11am-3pm. Saratoga.

SANJOSEINSTITUTEOF CONTEMPORARYART “Rashomon.” An installation by sculptor Charles Ginnever. Thru Feb 16. Tue-Fri, 10am-5pm, Sat, noon-5pm. San Jose.

SEEINGTHINGSGALLERY “Zine Buffet.” A selection of new zines by artists locally and from around the country. Thru Feb 4. 30 N Third St, San Jose.

WORKS/SANJOSE “Beyond Gaga.” A group show about the flamboyant performer. Feb 1-Mar 9. San Jose.

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THE 49ers are going all the way—and in your heart you knew they would, even when the Falcons jumped out to an early lead in the NFC Championship game. So, why sit on a lumpy couch with an unsuper bowl of potato chips, when many of the valley’s bars are gearing up for major cheering parties for the 49ers Faithful? Here are some places in the South Bay to catch the Super Bowl on big screens with all the extras that home can’t provide. And to get properly decked out for the big afternoon, Affordable Treasures (15795 Los Gatos Blvd.) is loaded with all sorts of fan paraphernalia.—Tad Malone 5TH QUARTER SPORTS BAR

THE ESCAPE

1373 Kooser Rd, San Jose A fan raffle with prizes; also drink specials.

2942 S Bascom Ave, San Jose Drink specials for every Niners score plus prizes.

AJ’S BAR

GOOSETOWN COCKTAIL LOUNGE

393 Lincoln Ave, San Jose Touchdown shots, barbecue and a “goal pole dance” show at halftime.

1072 Lincoln Ave, San Jose Plenty of big-screen TVs for the game.

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2306 Almaden Rd, San Jose A barbecue and $4 Sailor Jerry drinks.

2214 Business Circle, San Jose Alex’s 49er has been waiting 18 years for this day.

AZÚCAR LATIN BISTRO & MOJITO BAR 71 E. San Fernando St, San Jose Food and drink specials; 16 big-screen TVs.

THE BLUE CHIP 325 S First St, San Jose Drink specials, free food (chili verde), lots of TVs and video projectors.

THE MARMIST

THE OLD WAGON SALOON AND GRILL 73 N San Pedro St, San Jose Six TVs and an outdoor area with a fire pit.

POOR HOUSE BISTRO 91 S Autumn St, San Jose A fan party also features a blues jam.

SAN JOSE BAR & GRILL

BLINKY’S CAN’T SAY

85 S Second St, San Jose Door open at 1pm for serious viewing.

1031 Monroe St, Santa Clara Food and drink specials for the duration.

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55 Fifth St, Gilroy A pot luck party, drink specials and giveaways.

5027 Almaden Expwy, San Jose A full-on rooting party.

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8 S First St, San Jose, CA Two pre-parties: Live music by Bailey Da Champ on Friday; Naughty Cheerleader party on Saturday.

173 W Santa Clara St, San Jose $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon and $4 Modelo.

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2425 S Bascom Ave, San Jose Prizes, drink specials and Cutty Sark Girls.

954 Villa St, Mountain View T game-long happy hour and plenty of viewing stations, all the way up to a 10-foot screen.

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354 N Santa Cruz Ave, Los Gatos Drink and food specials, and the game on two big screens, with 22 screens in total.

4475 Stevens Creek Blvd, Santa Clara Big screens; $4 shots of Jack Daniels and Stoli, food specials and a raffle for a Kaepernick jersey.

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Founder Halfdan Hussey promises the most interactive festival ever. Rather than having a jury select the prizewinning films from among the nearly 300 offerings, the viewers will pick the winners of two cash prizes: $25,000 each for best documentary and best

feature film. More than ever, the festival will be wired up so that the audience can recommend films via the improved Cinequest website. For enhanced user-friendliness, the festival is dividing its films into seven categories designated with emoticons. “What do you feel?” is the motto. Viewers in a certain mood can seek out films marked in one of the following categories: “Celebration,” “Innovation,” “Inspiration,” “Thrills,” “Laughs,” “Life,” “Love”—unfortunately, no “All of the Above, Plus Plane Crashes, Lingerie and Samuel L. Jackson Speeches.” Cinequest continues its role as a showplace for local filmmakers, some of them the end result of filmmaking classes at De Anza and SJSU (as with festival favorites like Super Hero Party Clown and All About Dad in past years).

This year’s local offerings include San Francisco filmmaker Sara MacPherson’s Stable Life, a documentary about paperless immigrant workers at Bay Area race tracks. Former area-men Christophe Folino and Todd Burrows based their film Sparks on the first graphic novel made expressly for iPhone: a film noir–style superhero drama with William Katt, who once starred on TV in the early-1980s Green Lantern parody The Greatest American Hero. Cinequest saw the potential for digital film years ago, back when all that many film fanciers could see were scaly, trembling pixels and urine-yellow halos on the actors’ heads. This year’s festival selections are almost all digital—rare exceptions include Thomas Farone’s at-last-completed Aftermath, the film that actor Chris Penn (“Nice Guy Eddie” in Reservoir Dogs) was working on when he died suddenly. Also hanging on to 35mm are the not-to-be-missed revivals of silent films: Harold Lloyd—the 1920s avatar of Spider-Man—in Safety Last, and Buster Keaton’s deathless slapstick comedy

Cops. Several memorable films get a refurbished look thanks to Sony’s 4K digital projection system, which will be demonstrated with screenings of Taxi Driver, Dr. Strangelove and Lawrence of Arabia. “Picture the Possibilities” is a way of lending the power of filmmaking to disadvantaged young people, this time in Beijing, Mexico City, Jakarta and Cambodia. The results of the kids’ work will be displayed along with an onstage conversation with young filmmakers. This year, Hussey is releasing a book titled The Seven Powers of Creating, detailing his seven-step program to help children find their artistic potential. Opening the festival is Sally Potter’s Ginger and Rosa, a drama about two girls coming of age in early–’60s London. Celebrated author Rushdie will appear on behalf of the closing-night screening of Deepa Mehta’s adaptation of Rushdie’s novel Midnight’s Children. T Kaiser Thrive presentation is The Wa Wampler’s Ascent, a documentary about cl a climber with cerebral palsy who made u the face of Yosemite’s El Capitan. it up Th entry leads us to a partial roster of That the documentaries, always a strong subset C of Cinequest: The Believers concerns scie scientists who believed that they had disc discovered a frictionless source of energy t form of cold fusion. The Year of in the the Living Dead tells of George Romero’s invention of the gut-munching zombie movie. The festival also presents a lavish selection of foreign films. One of the most anticipated is Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur’s The Deep, based on the true story of a fisherman’s struggle to survive in the waters off Iceland after his vessel sank. It surpasses any issue of Aquaman comics, not that that’s saying much. The Deep made it to the short-list for the Best Foreign Film award at the Oscars. Regulars know what a big deal Cinequest is, but for first-timers it’s a particularly overwhelming experience: more than two weeks of celebs, shock, excitement, amusing self-importance, hurt feelings, mobbed receptions, the flash of klieg lights, the rumble of food trucks and maybe the debut of a masterpiece or two. More here shortly. (Full Disclosure: Metro is one of the sponsors of the festival.)

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Brawn and Quartered IT IS likely that Sylvester Stallone, now in his mid-60s, has killed more people onscreen than anyone else in the history of cinema. The question of how this carnage has affected him morally is played with and then discarded completely in Bullet to the Head. The victims don’t matter—they all deserved it. Stallone’s physical erosion looks oddly authentic; Stallone’s plastic surgery makes him appear as if he has had the tar beaten out of him for 30 years. He wears a short, fuzzy widow’s-peaked toupee like the one John Travolta often sports; it looks like the hide of a tennis ball. When he’s on the warpath, he has an underslung jaw and a Popeye squint. The voice is deep and laden with doom. It is without quaver. The phenomenal Walter Hill directs Bullet to the Head; the script is pure Cannon Films, but Hill delivers this cop/criminal buddy film with brio and pleasure. Wish there was more to be said about Sung Kang, who plays the cop. There’s so little going on with him that you expect he must be a kung-fu expert, but this isn’t the case. New Orleans showed more skeeviness in Killing Them Softly, but there’s enough soggy rottenness and rust to go around, not to mention Mardi Gras parties

where lesbians tango topless. The villain (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) is named “Morel,” perhaps a way of casting aspersion on the city’s mayoral Morial clan. Morel walks on two canes like Everett Sloane’s character in The Lady From Shanghai. Tottering forward, he informs his henchman: “In classical literature, the hero dies.” Bullet to

Divided into three programs (Best Animated, Best Documentary and Best Live Action), but the only one thoroughly previewed was the animated category. Of the five nominees for Live Action, one is familiar to those who attended the San Jose International Short Film Festival last fall: the well-received “Asad,” a story of Somali refugees shot by an American filmmaker on the coast of South Africa. Another contender is “Buzkashi Boys” about the national sport of Afghanistan, a dangerous form of polo using a dead goat as a ball. Social justice scores big in the Best Documentary Short category with “Inocente” being the story of a homeless girl who hasn’t allowed the lack of an address to crush her spirits; “Mondays With Racine” is a short documentary about a beauty salon that does free make-overs for chemotherapy patients. The animation category is very strong. The shoe-in for the Oscar is “Paperman,” a wordless romance set in a 1955 NYC cityscape. “Head Over Heels” is the saddest and wisest of the show: a British-made short about a bitter middle-aged couple separated by an immemorial quarrel. (Opens Fri at Camera 3 in San Jose.)

(R) Al Pacino, Alan Arkin and Christopher Walken star in a caper comedy about some aging con men who go on the make for one more job. (Opens Fri.)

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sure how he felt about actually doing it. He was still reeling from a debacle with Hollywood Records, which had signed his previous group, the Crosswalk, recorded their album and subsequently dropped them without releasing it. Working with another major-label group didn’t seem like such a good idea. “I had it out for the industry. [But] my cousin told me it would definitely be a good move to make, so I gave it a shot, and it worked out,” ChesnuTT says. The Roots’ version, “The Seed 2.0,” became a single on the band’s Phrenology album and the only song to get major radio airplay. With a mix of Black Thought’s rapping and ChesnuTT’s vocal hook, it became an accessible neosoul pop track with hip-hop street cred. Oddly, the Roots later told him their label didn’t want ChesnuTT to sing on the song because he wasn’t well known enough; they wanted them to use Lenny Kravitz.

“That right there’s how the industry works,” ChesnuTT says ruefully. The success of “The Seed 2.0” helped bump The Headphone Masterpiece into the Billboard 200. It was an album completely unlike anything out there— a long collection of Guided by Voices– style lo-fi and four-track recordings that jumped all over the place in the most chaotic and jarring ways possible. It included psychedelic rock, soul, R&B, hip-hop, gospel and punk sounds—and songs that fell outside of any genre. Some numbers were just short little bursts of emotion, while others were long meandering pieces with friends doing spoken word. Others, like “The Seed,” were genius pop gems. “I wanted to make a statement. It was an in-your-face kind of project. At that point in time, a lot of the bands were too polished. It was completely at the other end of the spectrum,” ChesnuTT says. Despite the newfound attention, ChesnuTT didn’t immediately release a follow-up recording. He remained more or less silent for a decade, with the exception of an appearance on Dave Chappelle’s Block Party in 2006 and the release of the EP Black Sin No Value in 2010.

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In the midst of promoting The Headphone Masterpiece, ChesnuTT became a father. “I really embraced the fact that I had to change,” he says. “I took time to get to know what fatherhood was all about and make sure I was in the best space possible to raise another human being. I was re-evaluating myself. I just took time to grow. I didn’t think it was going to take 10 years.” It was an understandable decision considering the chaotic mind frame he was in while recording The Headphone Masterpiece. “I was all over the place,” he says. “I was rooming with four other people. It was the epitome of the rock & roll lifestyle. You can see it on The Headphone Masterpiece. I had the presence of faith on that record, but there was a darkness—a worldy spirit that occupied my headspace as well.” Part of changing meant taking his spirituality seriously, which is apparent on his new record, Landing on a Hundred, released last October. Songs like “Till I Met Thee” and “Everybody’s Brother” express a profound spiritual transformation. But really, everything about the decidedly sweet and passionate Landing on a Hundred is different than The Headphone Masterpiece. Rather than capturing his unfiltered emotions, he gave himself a lot of time to consciously shape everything that he was expressing. “I took the opportunity to really look at each lyric to be sure it was saying everything I needed it to say without saying too much,” he says. “I put a lot of thought into what I had to say.” In order to make the best possible album, while still maintaining control, ChesnuTT funded the project himself. When he ran out of money, he turned to Kickstarter to help finish the project and was surprised by the response. “It just blew me away that people would donate and give so much, especially in a time when people hate paying for a record, even $10,” ChesnuTT says. “But they gave $50– $100 dollars for the project. It shows you the love people have for music, the passion they put behind projects they believe in.”


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PHOTOS: BIGSBY HOUSE OPENING PARTY Stylish friends and allies of Bigsby House joined forces at a grand-opening party for the salon on Saturday.

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LEGAL & PUBLIC FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573948 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Angel Ray Gourmet Foods, 6558 Winterset Way., San Jose, CA, 95120, Brian Wilkes, Shaguno Wilkes. This business is conducted by a married couple. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/1/2013. /s/Brian Wilkes. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/22/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573771 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Just B. Massage, 751 Blossom Hill Rd., STE B, Los Gatos, CA, 95032, Bridget Eding, 916 Union St., Apt 203, Alameda, CA, 94501. This business is conducted by an individual. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 5/01/2008. Refile of previous file #509024 with changes /s/Bridget Eding. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/15/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573801 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Eye Design Art, 1605 Parkmoor Ave., #212, San Jose, CA, 95128, Natalie Alfaro. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/15/13. /s/ Natalie Alfaro This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/16/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573943 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Aragones Consulting Services. 2. Aragones Services, 3275 East Hills Dr., San Jose, CA, 95127, Steven Aragones. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Steven Aragones This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County

on 1/22/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573438 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Pacific Region Imports & Exports, 193 Barnard AVe., #3, San Jose, CA, 95125, Joanna Hung Quach. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/3/13. /s/ Joanna Quach This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/04/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573746 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Guido’s Italian Specialties, 582 Calpella Drive, San Jose, CA, 95136, Rita Chimienti. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Rita Chimienti This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/15/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573922 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Asia Bay Restaurant, 947 McLaughlin Ave., San Jose, CA, 95122, Trong Q. Nguyen, 5548 Sunspring Cir., San Jose, CA, 95122, Yen A. Nguyen. This business is conducted by a Married Couple. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Trong Nguyen. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/22/2013. (pub Metro 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/20/2013)

STATEMENT OF WITHDRAWAL FROM PARTNERSHIP OPERATING UNDER FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #573903 The following person(s) / entity (ies) has / have withdrawn as a general partner(s) from the partnership operating under the following fictitious business name(s). Different Choice Insurance Services, 301 N. Jackson Ave., STE 3, San Jose, CA, 95133, Maria Fidelina Vega, 571 Continental Dr., San Jose, CA, 95133. Filed

in Santa Clara County on 12/17/12 Under File No. 572844. /s/Maria T. Vega. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/18/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573904 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Different Choice Insurance Services. 301 N. Jackson Dr., Suite 3, San Jose, CA, 95133, Sandra Dowell, 4442 Ladner St., Fremont, CA, 94538. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Sandra Dowell This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/18/2013. (pub Metro ) 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13/2013

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573855 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Win Machining Sheet Metal MFG USA Inc., 3018 Balmoral Drive, San Jose, CA, 95132, Win Machining Sheetmetal Metal USA Inc. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. Refile of previous file #571818 due to publication requirement not met on previous filing /s/Brandon Li President #C3506071 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/17/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573756 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Iglesia Apostolica Casa del Alfarero, 2740 Senter Road, San Jose, CA, 95111, Temple El Calvrio, 1348 Cathay Dr., San Jose, CA, 95122. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Emilio Rodriguez President #2552301. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/15/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13/2013)

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#573723 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: The Harvest Group, 1560 Koch Lane, San Jose, CA, 95125, Perspectives of Northern California, Inc., 1037 Sunset Road, Napa, CA, 94558. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/2/2013. /s/ David P. Lindert Secretary #C2418378. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/14/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573477 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: The Stylish Devil, 165 Blossom Hill Rd., #47, San Jose, CA, 95123, Natasha L. Pham. This business is conducted by a individual Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/1/2011. /s/ Natasha L. Pham. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/07/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573678 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: California Billiard Supply, LLC, 2395 S. Bascom Ave., Campbell, CA, 95008. This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. Above entity was formed in the state of California. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/11/2013. /s/Jerry Rodriguez President #201232010036 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/11/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573664 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Americas Finest Plumbing, 271 Sun Ridge Lane, San Jose, CA, 95123, Nancy Whitehouse, Marc A. Whitehouse Jr. This business is conducted by a married couple. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Nancy Whitehouse This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/11/2013. (pub Metro 1/23, 1/30,

2/06, 2/13/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573399 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Barbara of Paulines, 1093 Malone Road, San Jose, CA, 95125, Antonia Saldivar, 3610 Warner Dr., San Jose, CA, 95127. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Antonia Saldivar This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/04/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573619 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: BMK Wine Company, 3140 De La Cruz Blvd., Santa Clara, CA, 95054, SMBGenie,Inc, 1. BMK Sedan Services, 2. BMK Export & Imports, 3. BMK Nuts, 4. BMK. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/10/2013. /s/ Bala Ravana CEO #3106915 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/10/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

STATEMENT OF WITHDRAWAL FROM PARTNERSHIP OPERATING UNDER FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #573398 The following person(s)

/ entity (ies) has / have withdrawn as a general partner(s) from the partnership operating under the following fictitious business name(s). Silhouette, 2050 Concourse Dr., #36, San Jose, CA, 95131, Juliette Thai 1716 Parkview Green Cir., San Jose, CA, 95131 Filed in Santa Clara County on 6/27/12 Under File No. 566667. /s/Juliette Thai. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/04/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573238 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: U.S. Floors, 5600 Bellagio Dr., San Jose, CA, 95118, Tonaran Sargsyan. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Tonaran Sargsyan This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/02/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573611 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Home Resolutions, 3194 De La Cruz Blvd., #10, Santa Clara, CA, 95054, Carol Pefley. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Carol Pefley. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/10/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573525 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Denise’s Donuts, 4138 Monterey Hwy., San Jose, CA, 95111, Sanny Duch, 27863 Pompano Ave., Hayward, CA, 94544. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/1/13. /s/Sanny Duch. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/08/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573483 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Cosmos Electric, 44 Broadway, Los Gatos, CA, 95030, Efthymios, Theoharis. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 11/30/2012. Refile of previous #572218 due to publication requirement not met on previous filing. /s/Efthymios Theoharis. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/07/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573421 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Vua Kho Bo, 979 Story Rd., #7081, Lien Dao, 2549 S. King Rd., #A8, San Jose, CA, 95122. This business is conducted by a individual. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or

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names listed herein. /s/Lein Dao This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/04/2013. (pub Metro 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #572330 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: California Fresh, 8697 San Ysidro Ave., Gilroy, CA, 95020, Espresso Roma, 1310 65th St., Emeryville, CA, 94608. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Sandy Boyd President #C0985637 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 12/04/2012. (pub Metro 1/02, 1/09, 1/16, 1/23/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #572329 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: California Fresh, 10123 N. Wolfe Rd., Cupertino, CA, 95014, Espresso Roma Corp, 1310 65th St., Emeryville, CA, 94608. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 11/23/2012. /s/Sandy Boyd President #C0985637 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 12/04/2012. (pub Metro 1/2, 1/9, 1/16, 1/23/2013)


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STATEMENT OF WITHDRAWAL FROM PARTNERSHIP OPERATING UNDER FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME #573367 The following person(s) / entity (ies) has / have withdrawn as a general partner(s) from the partnership operating under the following fictitious business name(s). Simple Building Services, 730 Race St., San Jose, CA, 95126, Felipe Velazquez, 330 Atlanta Ave., San Jose, CA, 95126. Filed in Santa Clara County on 3/01/2012 Under File No. 562013. /s/ Felipe Velazquez. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 1/03/2013. (pub Metro 1/09, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #572773 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: 1. Clark Termite Control, 2. Golden State Exterminators, 417A Lano Street, San Jose, CA, 95125, Clark Golden Inc. This business is conducted by a Corporation. Above entity was formed in the state of California Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 1/2/98. /s/Richard M. Clark President #2065249 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 12/14/2012. (pub Metro 1/09, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573036 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: South Bay Wellness Center, 1066 Saratoga Ave., Suite 120, San Jose, CA, 95129-3432, Jay Ebadat, 780 Pricewood

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #572407 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Two Ogres, 100 N. Whisman Road, #2022, Mountain View, CA, 94043, Ebru Taylak This business is conducted by a individual. Above entity was formed in the state of California. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Ebru Taylak. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 12/06/2012. (pub Metro 1/02, 1/09, 1/16, 1/23/2013)

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT #573193 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: Innovation Family Learning Center, 800 Hillsdale Ave., Apt 511, San Jose, CA, 95136, Tricia Darrell, Kurt Darrell, Ken Darrell, 149 Franklin Terrace, Mablewood, NJ, 07040. This business is conducted by a General Partnership. Registrant has not yet begun transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. /s/Ken Darrell This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 12/28/2012. (pub Metro 1/09, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30/2013)

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Plenty of men, including some septuagenarian sportscasters, find big boobs fascinating, and some women, often with surgical assistance, have made careers out of pushing their buttons. But life for the well-endowed isn’t necessarily one long day at the beach. The most common proximate cause of carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS, is trapping or compressing the median nerve in the wrist, where it passes through the narrow channel that gives the syndrome its name. In many cases, though, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what brought the condition on. Symptoms typically include burning, tingling or numbness of the fingers and thumb, sometimes radiating all the way up to the shoulder. CTS is most commonly found among those putting a lot of stress on their wrists during the day—this typically includes housewives and workers using vibrating tools, but not, contrary to what was once widely believed, workers typing on computer keyboards. Big-breasted women are far more likely to have carpal tunnel problems than the rest of us. In the general population, maybe one in 40 people is affected; for well-endowed women, it’s more like one in five. Interestingly, 62 percent of pregnant women get CTS during their third trimester, when their breasts are enlarged. Doctors aren’t sure why, but a plausible guess is pinched nerves not in the wrist but rather somewhere upstream. One likely location is the shoulder, where the weight of mammaries can produce considerable stress. Big-breasted women often complain of bra straps cutting into their shoulders, putting pressure on something known as the costoclavicular passage. The result can be pain, tingling, tickling and numbness in the shoulders and down the arms, to the point of the hands turning blue. Another problem along

these lines is thoracic outlet syndrome, a combination of pain, weakness and other neurological issues caused by compressing blood vessels and nerves in the shoulder. Symptoms for these conditions overlap, and they’re not that easy to distinguish. We surmise, therefore, that it’s not so much big breasts causing carpal tunnel syndrome strictly defined—that is, pinched nerves in the wrists. Rather, they can lead to numbness, tingling and pain for various reasons at various spots in the upper extremities, and the description “carpal tunnel syndrome” is applied indiscriminately. But let’s go on. Other afflictions of the big-bosomed include: © D@C@BGDRŒA@BJ@MCMDBJO@HMŒ spinal degeneration and slipped discs. One study found a 25-year-old woman with B-cup-size breasts has an 8 percent chance of developing spine disorders, whereas a woman with a D-cup has a 44 percent chance. The problem worsens with age; by the time the Dcup woman reaches 35, she’s got an 82 percent chance of having back trouble. ©GNQSMDRRNEAQD@SGCTDSNVDHFGS pressing on the rib cage. ©NRSTQD@MCRKDDOHMFCHëBTKSHDR The solution for some is breastreduction surgery. One study found 90 percent of large-breasted women with CTS-like symptoms saw partial or complete improvement after surgery. Neck, shoulder and back pain, headaches, pinching bra straps and exercise abrasion also are often reduced or eliminated, it’s easier to find clothes that fit and you attract less unwanted scrutiny. Schoolboys for whom 48DD represents the pinnacle of female beauty may recoil at the thought, but they might consider the inconvenience of walking around with two 10-pound water balloons hung around their necks.

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skittered 30 yards across the snow and crashed into an apartment building. So let’s just say while a train driver can’t get lost in the sense that a Boy Scout in the woods can get lost, it’s possible to take a seriously wrong turn.

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Ct., San Jose, CA, 95120. This business is conducted by a individual Refile of previous #509826 with changes Registrant began transacting business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein on 5/21/2008. /s/Jay Ebadat. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Clara County on 12/21/2012. (pub Metro 1/09, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30/2013)


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FREE WILL ASTROLOGY ARIES (March 21–April 19): Wageni ni baraka is a Swahili proverb that means “guests are a blessing.” That’s not always true, of course. Sometimes guests can be a boring inconvenience or a messy burden. But for you in the coming weeks, Aries, I’m guessing the proverb will be 98 percent correct. The souls who come calling are likely to bestow unusually fine benefits. They may provide useful clues or missing links you’ve been searching for. They might inspire you to see things about yourself that you really need to know, and they might even give you shiny new playthings. Open your mind and heart to the unexpected blessings.

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TAURUS (April 20–May 20): “I feel my fate in what I cannot fear,” said Theodore Roethke in his poem “The Waking.” I invite you to try out that perspective, Taurus. In other words, learn more about your destiny by doing what makes you feel brave. Head in the direction of adventures that clear your mind of its clutter and mobilize your gutsy brilliance. Put your trust in dreams that inspire you to sweep aside distracting worries. GEMINI (May 21–June 20): It’s the First Annual

Blemish Appreciation Week—for Geminis only. One of the best ways to observe this holiday is to not just tolerate the flaws and foibles of other people but to also understand them and forgive them. Another excellent way to celebrate is to do the same for your own flaws and foibles: Applaud them for the interesting trouble they’ve caused and the rousing lessons they’ve taught. I may be joking a little about this, but I’m mostly serious. Be creative and uninhibited as you have fun with the human imperfections that normally drive you crazy.

CANCER (June 21–July 22): When I turn my psychic vision in your direction, I see scenes of heavy rain and rising water, maybe even a flood. I’m pretty sure this has a metaphorical rather than literal significance. It probably means you will be inundated with more feelings than you’ve experienced in a while. Not bad or out-of-control feelings; just deep and enigmatic and brimming with nuance. How to respond? First, announce to the universe that you will be glad and grateful to accept this deluge. Second, go with the flow, not against it. Third, promise yourself not to come to premature conclusions about the meaning of these feelings; let them evolve. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22): “I want to know more about you” may be the most potent sentence you can utter in the coming week. If spoken with sincere curiosity, it will awaken dormant synergies. It will disarm people who might otherwise become adversaries. It will make you smarter and work as a magic spell that gives you access to useful information you wouldn’t be able to crack open with any other method. To begin the process of imbuing your subconscious mind with its incantatory power, say “I want to know more about you” aloud 10 times right now. VIRGO (Aug. 23–Sept. 22): My hotel was nice, but the neighborhood where it was located seemed sketchy. As I returned to my room after a jaunt to the convenience store, I received inquiries from two colorfully dressed hookers whose sales pitches were enticingly lyrical. I also passed a lively man who proposed that I purchase some of his top-grade meth, crack, or heroin. I thanked them all for their thoughtful invitations but said I wasn’t in the mood. Then I slipped back into my hotel room to dine on my strawberry smoothie and blueberry muffin as I watched HBO. My experience could have something in common with your immediate future, Virgo. I suspect you may be tempted with offers that seem exotic and adventurous but are not really that good for you. Stick to the healthy basics, please.

LIBRA (Sept. 23–Oct. 22): A West Coast DJ named

Shakti Bliss wrote a remarkable status update on her Facebook page. Here’s an edited excerpt: “In the past 24 hours, I did yoga in a bathtub, hauled furniture by myself in the rain, got expert dating advice from an 11-year-old, learned the Lindy Hop, saw a rainbow over the ocean, had thrift-store clothes stolen out of my car by a homeless man, made a magic protection amulet out of a piece of cardboard, was fed quinoa soup by the buffest 50-year-old South African woman I’ve ever met, bowed to a room full of applause, and watched two of my favorite men slow dance together to Josephine Baker singing in French.” I suspect that you Libras will

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be having days like that in the coming week: packed with poetic adventures. Are you ready to handle more than the usual amount of stimulation and excitement?

SCORPIO (Oct. 23–Nov. 21): Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States, called himself a Christian. But he also acknowledged that there weren’t any other Christians like him. He said he belonged to a sect consisting of one person—himself. While he admired the teachings of Jesus Christ, he had no use for the supernatural aspects of the stories told in the New Testament. So he created his own version of the Bible, using only those parts he agreed with. Now would be an excellent time for you to be inspired by Jefferson’s approach, Scorpio. Is there a set of ideas that appeals to you in some ways but not in others? Tailor it to your own special needs. Make it your own. Become a sect of one. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22–Dec. 21): “Everyone is a damn fool for at least five minutes every day,” said writer Elbert Hubbard. “Wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit.” Judging from my personal experience, I’d say that five minutes is a lowball figure. My own daily rate is rarely less than half an hour. But the good news as far as you’re concerned, Sagittarius, is that in the coming weeks you might have many days when you’re not a damn fool for even five seconds. In fact, you may break your all-time records for levels of wild, pure wisdom. Make constructive use of your enhanced intelligence! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22–Jan. 19): “Most humans have an absolute and infinite capacity for taking things for granted,” said Aldous Huxley. If that’s true, Capricorn, it’s important that you not act like a normal human in the next few weeks. Taking things for granted would be a laziness you can’t afford to indulge. In fact, I think you should renew your passion for and commitment to all your familiar pleasures and fundamental supports. Are you fully aware of the everyday miracles that allow you to thrive? Express your appreciation for the sources that nourish you so reliably. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20–Feb. 18): Poet Jacob

Nibengenesabe was a member of the Swampy Cree, a First Nation tribe in Canada. He wrote shamanic poems from the point of view of a magical trickster who could change himself into various creatures. In one poem, the shapeshifter talked about how important it is to be definite about what he wanted. “There was a storm once,” he said. “That’s when I wished myself/to be a turtle/but I meant on land!/The one that carries a hard tent/on his back./I didn’t want to be floating!” By the end of the poem, the shapeshifter concluded, “I’ve got to wish things exactly!/That’s the way it is/from now on.” I hope that will be the way it is from now on for you, too, Aquarius. Visualize your desires in intricate, exact detail. For example, if you want to be a bird for a while, specify what kind.

PISCES (Feb. 19–March 20): As you sleep, you have at least a thousand dreams every year. But if you’re typical, you may recall only a few of them. Doesn’t that bother you? To be so ignorant of the stories your subconscious mind works so hard to craft? To be out of touch with what the Iroquois call “the secret wishes of your soul”? Now is an excellent time to develop a stronger relationship with your dreams, Pisces. It’s high time to explore the deeper strata of your life’s big mysteries. Homework: Talk about how you infused your spiritual path with eros and humor. Go to Freewillastrology.com; click on “Email Rob.”

Go to REALASTROLOGY.COM to check out Rob Brezsny’s Expanded Weekly Audio Horoscopes and Daily Text Message Horoscopes. Audio horoscopes are also available by phone at 1-877-873-4888 or 1-900-950-7700


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