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While W hile we aappreciate ppreciate the rrecognition ecognition and positiv ve ffeedback, eedback, the rreviewer eviewer positive seemed to be misinf misinformed ormed about Br Bray ay Butcher Blo ock & Bistr o and what our Block Bistro truly mission tru uly is. First and fforemost, oremost, ““artiﬁcial” artiﬁcial”” is not a wor word d in Br Bray's ay's vocabulary y. T he rreviewer eviewer mentioned an vocabulary. The ““artiﬁcially artiﬁciallyy sweet oasted sweet”” ﬂavor to the rroasted str awberryy chipotle BBQ sauce, wher strawberry wheree in ffact act we u used ffour our pounds of fr esh fresh or ganic str awberries ffor or every batch. organic strawberries T he rreviewer eview wer also touches on our The portion sizee and may mislead the rreader eader by using u a photo of our ¼ rrack ack of house sm moked ribs but describing smoked pricing ffor or our ½ rrack. ack.
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FFifteen ifteen M Minutes inutes MICHAEL H MICHAEL HUNSWECK UNSSWECK won won’t ’t apologize ffor or his politics, politics, which is great, great, because the neoconser neoconservative vative could be a YouTube YouTube celebrity if he keeps it up. A candidate in next year’s year ’s race race for for State State Assembly Assembly 28—which District 28—w which includes west San Jose CCupertino, Jose, upertinoo, o Campbell, Campbell, ampbell Saratoga, Saratoga, atoga LLos os Gatos and Monte M onte Ser Sereno— eno— Hunsweck will fface ace off with Mayor CCampbell ampbell M ayor EEVAN VAN LOW LOW and CCupertino upertino Councilman BARRY B ARR RY CHANG. CHANG. It’s It ’s unclear Michael Hun Hunsweck nsweck if the ﬁeld to rreplace eplace A ssemblyman PAUL PAUL FFONG ONG will grow grow Assemblyman mor owdedd—KEN YEAGER, YEAGER, pr esident moree cr crowded—KEN president of the county Board Board of Super Supervisors, visors, alr eady pulled out of the rrace ace earlier already this year—bu year—butt one thing is certain: Hunsweck hass a style all his own. In hiss ﬁrst Don’t on-camer campaign on-cameraa campaign forget video, posted to his to tip! website and Facebook F page (10 likes as FLY@ of press press time), time), our METRONEWS. pr otagonist displays displays protagonist COM the swagger of o a man who is trying to t make love to the camera cam mera but isn’t isn’t exactly sure sure the thing is on. on n Among his top priorities n. ar “defendingg the unborn” unborn” and, in a aree “defending parlance all hi hiss own, “Championing … Limited … Government.” Govvernment.”” Conservative Conservative voices don’t don’t gget et a lot of play in Bay Bay Ar ea politics, but b according according to one Area right-winger in in local elected ofﬁce, that’s Hunsweck is ““everything everything that ’s wrong wr ong with (Republican) (Republican) candidates guy.” iin n oone ne guy .” EExcited x xcited yet? For those who will miss Fong’s rrepresentation, epresentation, could brief.. Word his absence co ould be brief Word is the assemblym man is in escr ow ffor or a assemblyman escrow house in San Jose’s J ’s District 1, which Jose would allow hhim im to run ffor or the seat of termed-outt Councilman and 2014 mayor al candi date PETE CCONSTANT. ONSTANT mayoral candidate
Pam P am Marino Marino
The Great One
HELPING H HELPIN GH HAND AND Lisa Blanch Blanchard hard started the Grateful Garm Garment ment P Prohject rohject (GGP) as a class project p in 2011. Her H er nonproﬁt now provides clo clothes othes and food to sexual assau assault ult victims in 20 different coun counties. nties.
Lisa Blanchar Blanchard’s rd’s Grateful G Garment Project Proje j ct restores dignity dig gnity y to sexual assault assa ault victims BY B YP PAM AM A M MARINO ARINO
elissa walked walked along alon ng a dark stretch of Lake Lak ke Merritt M erritt in Oakland, Oakland d, feeling g a little woozy. woo ozy y. She'd She'd been drinking at an '80s '880s party p hosted by a friend. She Sh he knew k it was was late. Normally Normally she sh he wouldn't walk walk alone. But But she sh he was was only a few blocks from frrom home. It was was just a short sh hort distance. d
About Ab out a blo block ck fr from ro om her apar apartment, tmen nt, a ccar aar pulled up and a man yank keed he er yanked her iinside in nside id b effo ore sp eeding di away. away. Melissa, M li , before speeding who w asked ask ked e that her name be be changed d fo or this story, story, watched waatched her apartment apartment nt for bu uilding whiz by by out of the corner corner o building off her eye. eye. her through o “I had a million things going through my my head,” she says. saays y . “There “Therre was waas the ffear eeaar I would w never neeveer get back out of that car. car a.
And this is going to soun sound nd ridiculous ridiculous,, but to b er one pr evailing bee honest, m myy numb number prevailing thought—and thought t— —and I must ha have ave b been een a lit little ttle t bit craz zy at the time —w waas that I had m crazy time—was myy dogg at home do home,, and ther there re w was aas no one who was w aas going to ccome ome o let hi him im out.” The man stopp stopped ed thee ccar ar a and rap raped ed Melissa b Melissa, eating her in the t fac beating facee as she About tried to ﬁght back. Ab ou ut a half hour later,, she thinks later thinks,, he sho shoved oveed her out of the ccar aar and p peeled eeled away. away. Shocked Sho ock keed and dazed, Melissa’s Melissa a’s blo bloody ody ﬁngers dialed a friend, who immediately picked pick keed her up and rushed her to the hospit hospital. taal. The details hospital emain details of the hos spital rremain hazy, haz zy, but she clearly rremembers members at em They least ttwo wo things: The w ey gave gaave her ttwo wo w Power P ower Bars to eat during durin ng the more more than h thr three-hour h ee-hour h exam; exxam; and a d the they hey to took ok k aaway way her clothes before beffo ore giving her ne new w underwear, under wearr, pants, pants, so socks, long-sleeeve cks, a long-sleeve hoodie pajama top and a ho odiie ssweatshirt. weatshir w t. When Melissa Melissa’s a’s frien friend nd dr dropped ro opped her off at her apar apartment tment bu building, uildingg, she pulled the ho hood od up and o over ver e her h fac face, e, shielding herself,f, and w herself walked aalk keed the rrest est of the w way. ay.
Her do dogg an anxiously nxiously gr greeted eeted her her. r. imagine leaving hospital “I ccan’t an an’’t im magine lea aving v the hospit al in an any ny othe other er st state, ate,” Melissa sa says. ays y . “It would have been horrifying embarrassing, ha ave b een horrif h fyyingg and embarrassing g, and I think that if I had b been een in a p position osition wh where here I had to w walk alk a home with myy bits han hanging hospital m nging out of a hospit al gown, that that’s ’s the memor m memoryy that would ha have ave st stayed tayeed with h me me.. And I didn didn’t n’’t ha have ave to do that. It It’s t’s b because ecause someone pr provided ovided v me..” ccomfortable omffo ortablle clothing ffor or me o “someone” That “so omeone” is San JJose ose rresident esident Lisa Blanch Blanchard, hard, who just one yyear eear before Melissa’s attack, b effor o e Meli issaa’s at ttack, ffor o or a ccollege ollege class assignment, nonproﬁt assignment t ffounded t, ounded o the nonpr oﬁt Grateful Ga Garment arment Pr Project ro oject (GGP). In three organization less than th hree yyears, eears, the or rgganization grown has gr own fr ffrom om ccollecting ollecting clothes ffor or o the Se Sexual exxual A Assault ssault R Response eesponse T Team eeam (S (SART) AR RT) faci facility ilitty at Sant Santaa Clara C County ountty Valley Medical Center, V aalleey Med diccal aC enter, to equipping S SART AR A RT facilit facilities ties in 20 C California aliffo ornia ccounties, ounties, including Alameda A C County, ountty, wher wheree was attacked. Melissa w aass at ttack keed. Blancha Blanchard ard w was aas in a midmid-career car areeer change change, h ,b becoming ecco oming i a ps psychologist ycholo ch l gist i when h started March ch she st arted the t assignment in Mar 2011. The go oal w as a to design a pr roject o goal was project that help d a lo cal a ccommunity. ommunitty. Six helped local ed earlier, Blanchard chancee months ear rlier, Blanchar d had a chanc cconversation on nversatio e on with a stranger who told her that som me se exual x assault victims left some sexual SART more S AR A RT ccenters e teers ente e s in nothing ot g mor o e than t a
2011, GGP had status h 501c3 ttax-exempt ax-exxempt st tatus a w ccareer aarreer e p path as a nonpr p oﬁt and her ne new nonproﬁt executive was executivve director dirrector w aas launched. Blanchard’s master’ss Blanchard’s now earning a master’ in nonpr nonproﬁt from oﬁtt management fr om San Francisco State University. Francisco St taate U nivveersitty. n “I’m not doing d this to get rich, obviously, “It’s become myy ob bvviouslyy,” she sh he says. saayys. “It ’s b ecco ome m purpose life. It’s written purp ose and d mission in lif fe. It ’s writ ttten across heart. acrro oss my my he eart.” addition new In additio on to ne ew clothing ffor o or men and women women, prepackaged n, as well as pr epack kaaged ffood, ood, ovvid des almost an nyything S AR RT GGP pr provides anything SART centers want, waan nt, including b ooks, to oys y , and centers books, toys, DV VDs ffor o or children, ch hildrreen, privacy scr eens, and DVDs screens, eveen pieces pieces of o eexam xam equipment when even brreaks down. older gear breaks Sue Barnes, Barn nes, dir reector of the YWC A’s director YWCA’s Rape Crisis C enter, ccalls alls GGP work Rape Center, “phenomen nal.” “phenomenal. “The clot thing is huge eccause a vvery eery clothing huge,, b because often the p o ce ha olic ave had to ttake ak ke them police have from the sur rvivvor o b ecause it is eevidence. vvidencce. from survivor because A d it i isn iisn’t n’’t just j an ny old ld clothing l hi g,” Barnes And any clothing, continues. “F For childr en, we get nic e, continues. “For children, nice, py ccolors olors and the kids get to bright, happ happy hatever e the ey w aant.” pick out wh whatever they want. Blanchar rd has ac quired eextensive xxtensivve Blanchard acquired aabout out se exxual assaults aw knowledge ab sexual assaults,, la law enffo orceemen nt techniques and how to enforcement vivvors o , but she shields herself help sur survivors, from some of o the det taails. from details. “I’v ve learn ned along the w ay that I “I’ve learned way don n’’t w aant to t know eeverything, veerythingg, eevery veery don’t want aill, b sorrd did det eccause a it hur ts m sordid detail, because hurts myy hear heartt eeep me up at night,” she sa ayys. and would k keep says. R eequests rregularly egularly ccome ome fr om out tRequests from outoff-sttaate SART SA AR RT centers centers for fo or help, help, or at least of-state infformation o n on how Blanchar d st taarted information Blanchard started ow it op erates. She sa ays y the GGP and ho how operates. says focus rremains emain ns ﬁrmly on C aliffo ornia ffor or o focus California momen nt, but she hop es to ser ve all the moment, hopes serve ounties in i the futur e. 58 ccounties future. “I hop he k eeeps gr ro owing and hopee sh she keeps growing growingg,” sa ays y Melissa, who has sinc ce growing, says since mo oveed to Michigan M to b y. “I moved bee near family family. o use the title —but I will b will—not to title—but bee fo orrever e grate eful. forever grateful. “The ssweatshirt, we weatshirt, esp eciallyy, it ’s a bit especially, it’s ty blank keet,” she adds ot of a securit security blanket, adds.. “N “Not ay that taated thaat I would b in a w way bee debilit debilitated b in a w ay that I ffeel eeel sor without it, but way sortt of comffo ortablee and pr otected in it.” comfortable protected Blanchard, part, Blancharrd, ffor or o her par t, rremains emains humble desp despite obvious pite the ob bvvious impact she has hundreds lives. h had h d on hundr h d eds d off liv li ves e. “I don don’t like I’ve super n’’t ffeel e lik eel ke I’v ve done this sup er amazing thi thing, says. was ingg,” she sa ayys. ““All All A I did w aas show up up..” For F oor mor more re iinfo, nffo, go ttoo gratf gratfeulgarment.org. feeulgarment.orrg. The or organization rgganizaation can also bbee ffound ound o on Facebook Fac ebook an and nd T Twitter. w witteerr.
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a hospit hospital al gown. Ma Maybe, ayb y e, she thought, give she ccould ould ccollect ollect clothingg to ggiv ve to the facility, facilit ty, lo located caated not far fr from o her ccondo. om ondo. o “I literally went o ver e to t the S A AR RT over SART facility, knocked door facilit ty, kno ck keed on the do d or and said, ‘Hi, I’m Lisa. I ha have ave this id idea. dea. What do suree if ther there’s yyou ou think? I’m not eeven o ven e sur e’s a Blanchard need,’” Blanchar d rrecalls. eeccaalls. The T mouth of employee opened door the emplo oyeee who op eneed the do or ffell ell e open. theree abs absolutely op en. “She said ther solutely is this huge need.” California Emergency The C aliffo ornia Emer g gency Agency (Cal-EMA) Management A gency (C al-EMA al EMA A) 2010-2011 ﬁscal rreported eported that in the 2010 0-2011 ﬁsc cal a data— yyear—the eearr— —the most rrecent ecent aavailable v vailable dat taa— 30,000 people accessed rapee crisis nearly 30,0 00 p eople ac cessed rap statewide. Att least sexual ccenters enters st ateew wide. A st 375 se exxual assaults deﬁned as rap rapee wer weree rreported w eported law enforcement agencies Santa to la aw enf fo orcement agen ncies in Sant ta County This Clara C ountty in 2012. Th his eexcludes xxcludes Sheriff’s Office, oversees the Sheriff ’s O ffice, which ho versees e Cupertino, Saratoga, Los Cup ertino, Sarato ga, L oss Altos Hills and unincorporated uninc orporated San JJose, osee, and did not have information press ha ave inf fo ormation aavailable vvailab ble as of pr ess time.. The sur survivors—social time vivvo ors— —ssocial c workers work keers stay stay from word “victim”—range aaway way fr om the wor d “vict tim m””—range in from senior citizens,, and age fr om infants to senio or citizens males.. include both both ffemales eemales and d males Local social workers say Local so cial work keers sa ay the numbers aree pr probably higher, numb ers ar obably much m higher r, sincee se sexual sinc exxual assaults remain remaain one of the most underr underreported eported of all crimes shame, due to the stigma, shame e, and victim happens. Unlike Melissa’s blaming that happ ens. U nlik ke Melissa a’s 80 percent ccase, ase a , an estimated 75 to 8 0p ercent of victims know their at attackers, there’s ttaack keers, and ther re’s sometimes pressure pressurre from from m family and keep friends to k eeep quiet. Males Maales are are even even e less likely lik keely to rreport eport assaults. assaults. Another major issue is SART i that S AR ART what Blanchard ccenters enters often run on wha at Blanchar d Band-Aid budgets..” ccalls alls a “duct ttape aape and Band d--A Aid budgets Counties byy the state C ounties are are mandated b state to SART facility, either have haave a S AR A RT facilit ty, or ccontract ontract neighboring with a neighb oring ccounty oun o ntty that has one. one. I turn, In t th counties the counties ti contract cont ontract t t with ith lo llocal call nonproﬁt nonpr oﬁt agencies to run n the centers. centers e . mandate,, thee st state Despite the mandate tate a allots pay SART just $45,000 $45,000 annually to o pa ay ffor or S o A AR RT facilities,, according CALCASA, facilities according to C A ASA, a ALC statewide advocacy agency st atewide adv vocacy agenc cy ffocused ocused on the issue of se sexual exxual assault. assaultt. That amounts to just $775 p per er ccounty. ountty. “It’s staggering “It’s rreally eally kind of st tag aggering to organizations think that all these or rggan nizations had little survivors, lit tttle or no resources resources to help h sur vivvo ors,” Blanchard says. nurses advocates Bl Blanchar h d sa ayys. “The “Th nur rses or adv dvocaates survivors that support support the sur vivvo orrs a lot of times bought pockets. b ought stuff out of their own p ock keets.” Within Wiithin weeks of knocking knocking c on the SART door, Blanchard’s S AR ART ccenter enter do or, Blanch hard’s clothing drive attention directors ectors driv ve attracted attttracted the at tttenttion of dir at other S SART facilities,, who began AR ART facilities w b egan imploring her to help the them. May em. By Ma ay
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Golden Golde n Gun The going rat rate te ffor o or San JJose ose p police olice to shoot man shoot a ma an under unusual circumstances $275,000 per cir cumstancess is $2 75,000 p er bullet, according lawsuit ac cording to a la aw wsuit settlement settttlement between b etween the cit ccity ty and a Halloween drunk. O ou urse, ttaking aking a bullet Off ccourse, bee wor worth might not b th it. JJavier avvier Gonzales-Guerrero took GonzalesGueerrero to ok 20. Next N ext week, the City Citty Council Council is lawsuit eexpected xxpected to settle seettttle a la aw wsuit out of Gonzales-Guerrero, 27, ccourt ourt with Go onzales-Guerrero, 2 7, was byy four police who w aas shot 20 times b four o p olice officers offic ers a week k before beffo ore Halloween dressed in 2011. Guerrero, Guerrrero, dr essed in green green hospital scrubs hospit al scrub bs and passed out in a hotel st stairwell, airwell, w sp spooked ooked offic officers ers because b ecause he had haad a golden gun sticking olice sa ay he out of his w waistband. Police say aiistband. P rreached eached ffor o or the th he gun in an aggressive aggressivve
manner when they m they tried to wake waak ke him, h and an nd they they op opened ened ﬁr ﬁre. e. And, man, di did id they th heey ever. ever. When one of the ffour our offic o ers— — officers— Br rian Johst, Johst, Mark Stephens im Brian Stephens,, T Tim Stephens St tephens and Gar Garyy Petrakovitz— Petrakovitz— stepped st tepped on the gun to clear it outt off reach, reach, the handle br broke. oke. That’s That’s because b e ause the gun w ec was as a a to toy. y. T Talk aalk ab about bout an n “oh, “ h shit hit” moment. t shit” The la aw wsuit ﬁled b lawsuit byy GonzalesGuerrero G Guerr ero says saays y the man has had to o undergo un ndergo numer numerous ous sur surgeries geries to “repair ravaged body. For “r repair his ra avaged v bodyy.” F or this rreason, e eason, ty w aas ccontent ontent to pa ay the cit city was pay the settlement police th he largest largest set tlement ffor o or p olice in San Jose’s cconduct o onduct Jose’s history. history. officers eturned All four fo our offic ers have haave rreturned to o activ activee dut duty ty sinc sincee the incident, according police department acccording to a police department spokesperson. pokesperson. sp
POLITICAL POL I T I CAL C FFISTICUFFS IS T I CUFF S A bout bout of p political ollitical ﬁsticuffs has br broken oken out in n San JJose, ose, and the ﬁght o over ver how to rrestore estore p police olice pa pay ay and staffing staffing le levels evels is turning nast nasty. ty. Earlier thiss month, San JJose ose Ma Mayor ayo or Chuck R Reed eed e and Downtown Councilman Councilman Sam Lic cardo (a 2014 ma ayo oral Liccardo mayoral ccandidate) andidate) came cam me up with a pr proposal oposal to add back k 20 200 0p police olice offic ers. Liccardo Liccarrdo then cr eated a Change .org p ettition to officers. created Change.org petition rally support. support. San JJose’s ose’s p olice union—no fan of Lic cardo or o the police Liccardo mayor—blasted ma ayo or—blasteed the pr proposal oposal and cr created eated its ow own wn p petition: etition: “Tell “T Teell Sam Lic Liccardo cardo to stop pla playing ayying games with yyour our saf o safety. fet ety.” C ber A sh Kalra then submit ttted a ccolumn o olumn to Councilmember ouncilmemb Ash submitted San JJose ose Inside de in which he back backed keed the PO POA’s A’s asser aassertions. tions. Insid
To T o get some perspectivee on just how costly the Golden Gun n incident (see left) will be to the city of San Jos se, we asked C ity H all to pr ovide nu mbers on how much cash Jose, City Hall provide numbers courtrooms. According ﬁgures, it has doled out to avoid d courtr ooms. A ccording to city ﬁgu ures,, by the end of this month San Jose will hav have ve paid a total of $18,898,609 in co court ourt settlements since July 2008. LLess ess than thr three ee m months into the 20132013-14 14 ﬁscal year year,r, San Jose will already already have surpassed $6 million in payouts—mor payouts—moree than any other yea year ar in rrecent ecent history history, y, with $4.3 million in 20102010-11 11 coming c in second. B But ut San Jose, thee thir third d lar largest gest city in the state behind LA and San nD iego, appears to be rrelatively elatively tig ghtﬁsted when it comes to Diego, tightﬁsted ““claims claims and litigation se ettlement expenditur es.” A ccording to San Jose ofﬁcials, the settlement expenditures.” According cost per capita—or doll lars spent on payouts per person— —in each of the last ﬁve dollars person—in years has hover hovered ed betw between ween $1 and $5, $5 while Oakland Oakland gene generally rally hovers in the teens. teens San FFrancisco rancisco had the highest h big city payout per person, between b $30 and $60 per person each of the last ﬁve years.
THAT’S T HA AT’ S WHA WHAT AT HE HE/SHE / S HE SSAID AID “U “Under Under the charter, it’s her h job to hire senior se enior management—su management—subject ubject to approval by y the City Council. And d she’s been w working on that, so I an anticipate nticipate we’ll have a decision d i i on that th t befor b before f re she h leaves.” l ” — San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed on o City Manager Debra Figone selecting a pe permanent ermanent police chief before she s retires in December.
“I’m not aware of any movement on any a decision in that that direction. We haven’tt actually restart restarted ted that in an active way.” w — David Vossbrink, communications director for City C Manager Debra Figo Figone one (pictured), on where the po police olice chief search current currently tly stands.
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“To “T To think that [Lic [Liccardo’s] cardo o’s]] pr proposal oposal has nothing to do with mayoral maayo oral aspiration aspirations ns and ccampaigns ampaigns would bee naïv b naïve, ve,” Kalra wr wrote, ote, “esp “especially eccially sinc sincee this is the only proposal proposal submit submitted ttted b byy C Councilmember oun ncilmember Lic Liccardo caardo that was w as a also ac accompanied companied by by a very veery public Change.org Change.org petition. p etition”” etition. It took took a few few days, daayys, but Liccardo Licccardo ccame ame back with a olumn. ccounter-punch ounter-punch ccolumn. “F ormer defense deffeense at tttorney Kalra K asser ted that I only “Former attorney asserted developed developed a ‘recent ‘recent inter interest’ est’ in n public saf safety, feety, but he should rremember emember a ffew ew of m myy se seven ven yyears ears as a criminal prosecutor, when I sp ent lon ng da ayys and nights working prosecutor, spent long days successfully successfully to cconvict onvict se sexual xuaal pr predators, edators, drug dealers and other fformer ormer clients off his o cardo wr ote. his,,” Lic Liccardo wrote.
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Meter Reading WELL W ELL VERSED V ERSED Alan Soldofsky will read from f ‘In the Buddha F Factory’ actory’
Mul Multiple ltiple interpret interpretations ations are encouraged encou uraged when itt comes to the poetry Soldofsky his po oetry of Alan Sol ldofsky and h is recentt book, In the Buddha Factory recen B Factor a ry by GAR GARY Y SINGH S
OR HIS OR H NEW BOOK BOOK of poetry, poet ry y, SJSU Professor Alan Soldofsky went to China Ch hina and read the writing on n the wall. wall. Of a cave, that is. is. He He spent time with monks who wh ho couldn't ﬁnd their cell phones, phones, learned that most pe eople currently Chinese people m grow up memorizing o Tang Tang Dynasty hundreds of han nd also discovered poems hand the future largest Buddha the world. statue in the The st statue atuee w wasn't asn't ﬁnished yyet, et, w his eexperiences xperiences but Soldofsk Soldofskyy kne knew
would seep into his b w book, ook, aptly ti titled itled In n the Buddha Fact toorry. Factory. The b ook unf fo olds in thr ee book unfolds three se ections, rrespectively espectively titled, “Pr esent,”” sections, “Present,” “I In the Buddha Factor y,” and “In Factory,” “H Hyperreal.” The ﬁrst section dea als “Hyperreal.” deals p rimarily with the South Ba ay and d primarily Bay it ts en nvvirons. The title section ccomes om mes its environs. n ne xt,, inﬂuenc ed b y's tr rip next, inﬂuenced byy Soldofsk Soldofsky's trip to o China. F or the thir d section, For third S oldofsky plac ed famous p oets in n Soldofsky placed poets ccertain e tain C er aliffo ornia towns oems in i California towns.. P Poems th hat section include “C oleridge in n that “Coleridge W est e Marin,” i ” “W ““Wordsworth Wor o ds d worth h in i San S nta West Santa C Cruz” and “V Vir i gil in L os Angeles .” “Virgil Los Angeles.” But China is what factor ed factored m most pr ominently in Soldofsk y's prominently Soldofsky's cconsciousness. o onsciousness . He w alked in the walked ffootsteps ootsteps of the ancient p oet Han n poet S han, ak old Mount ain,, the he eroic Shan, akaa C Cold Mountain, heroic h hermit Gra ay Sn nyder translated. Gray Snyder
Soldofsk ky also tra aveleed to a Soldofsky traveled monaster y, vir u after tually unchanged monastery, virtually a thousand yyears, ears, whe ere Han Shan's where own writings still grac ced the rrocks. ocks. graced Soldofsk neled that Soldofskyy has chann channeled adv enture into se veraal p oems adventure several poems including the title sho ot,, which shot, depicts factories churn ning out churning Buddha st atuettes ffor o orr tourists in L as statuettes Las V eegas. The world's lar rgest Buddha, Vegas. largest in another ccase, ase, w as b eing built ffor o or was being a temple in L os Angel les. A Los Angeles. Ass with man eatively inspir red tra avels, manyy cr creatively inspired travels, Soldofsk ky vie wed the eexperience xperience Soldofsky viewed thr ough a split lens h of arrival through lens,, half and half of depar ture. Lik oet, departure. Likee an anyy p poet, he then juxt aposed th hose eexperiences xperiences juxtaposed those with what alr eady p errcolated in his already percolated unc onscious and the muse m pulled the unconscious trigger oem,, "A At Y aangdang trigger.. In the p poem, "At Yangdang Shan," ffor o or inst ance, he h writes: instance, F oor tten en days I’v een lo oking ffor or o For I’vee bbeen looking my shadow h d w../L /Lostt amid id tthe th outlines tli off shadow./Lost mount taains./At last the sun s is out, gr een mountains./At green halos shining on the spi ires of the ppeaks./ eaks./ spires It w on’t last. These w orrddss, ttoo, oo, ar won’t words, aree only souv enirrs. souvenirs. O ourse, tr ying to o eexplain xplain Off ccourse, trying wher omees fr om ccan an wheree the muse ccomes from b omplicated, esp eccially to literal bee ccomplicated, especially
think ers. Soldofsk S y's appr thinkers. Soldofsky's approach oach is rrefreshingly efreshinggly unac ademic. When I unacademic. showed up p in his offic officee to inquir inquiree ab out such h mat ters, he pr ovided about matters, provided some wor d I wish I had said: ds words “What p oetry is ab out, is how poetry about, une xpecteed angles of p erception unexpected perception ow and build on ccompound ompound d and gr grow another an nd ccontinue ontinue to eexfoliate,” xffoliate o ,” and he told me e. “It's b eing able to hold me. being on to thes dness thesee moments of weir weirdness that ar lmost hallucinator aree al almost hallucinatoryy in their vividness It'ss lik eam in rreal eal lif fe. vividness.. It likee a dr dream life. And then the language rreinforces einffor o ces that dr mlike qualit y. That's what eam dreamlike quality. I'm tr yingg to pr oduce. Or rreproduce. eproduce. trying produce. And deﬁn deﬁnee the ambiguit ambiguityy of the rresult, esult,, so that t the world b ecomes becomes much mor re malleable and less more ccertain ertain in b eing one w ay or another being way w ay, but iss multiple w ayys at onc e.” way, ways once.” That's eexactly xactly what I'v I'vee tried to do in this spac ver the yyears, ears, when spacee o over eexploring xploring the San JJose ose ccondition. ondition ondition. In m asee, ffor or "p o oetry" I would myy ccase, "poetry" substitute "ne wspaper ccolumns." olumns." F or "newspaper For Soldofsk y, though, it isn't eeven ven that Soldofsky, ccomplicated. omplicateed. W e'r e e all in the same We're skin, as p oetically cr eative ttypes. ypes. poetically creative Exp erienciing a p oem ccan an b Experiencing poem bee lik likee eexperiencing xperienciing a ﬁlm or an anyy other ar artt fform. orm. Mul o ltiple interpr etations ar Multiple interpretations aree enc ourageed. encouraged. “P oems ar xperience on “Poems aree an eexperience ttwo wo le vels,” he sa ayys. “The Theyy'rre an levels,” says. “They're eexperience xperience of what yyou ou grasp fr om from dec oding the t wor ds. And the y're an decoding words. they're eexperience xperience of what happ ens to yyou ou happens ds in yyour our own when yyou ou sa ay the wor say words head, or eeven ven sa ay out loud. ... It's a say w ay in wh hich emotion,, eexperience xperience way which thr ough o ur ccommon ommon language and through our p erception n all join. perception join.”” In the eend, nd, Soldofsk ky sa ays y p oets Soldofsky says poets ar ter things in eoplee who often ut aree p people utter a diff ffeerentt tune and when p oets get different poets to gether, iit's usually nothing but a together, grand old time ers need time.. Literal think thinkers not apply y. apply. “W We eexperience xp perience the world “We diff ffeerentlyy,” Soldofsk And we A differently,” Soldofskyy said. ““And don't min d. It's fun ffor o or us ay mind. us.. It ma may not b n ffor or the p o eople that ha ave bee fun people have to sp end ttime ime with us spend us,, but it's fun ffor or us o .” us.”
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Martin LLuther uther King Jr Jr.. Library, Main Libr ary, San Jose
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afternoon 50 bands and a an afterno on cconcert oncert IGGY Y AND Park at St. James Jamees P ark with IGG THEE HEE OH SEE SEESS, BO BOSNIAN SNIAN T HE SSTOOGES TOOGEES, T THE local cal rretro etro fa favorites avorites RAINBOWS and lo RAINBOWS THE T HE BANG BANG. W iith a ffour-day o our- daay wristband (the With ant to see b est deal fo ffor or those who w best want multiple bands), b at tendees ccan an w alk attendees walk enu fr om vvenue ue to vvenue enue to customize from their own lineup - daay and lineup.. Single Single-day single -show w tickets tickets are are also aavailable vailable v single-show ffor or o those who w just w ant to see one or want ttwo wo bands s. bands. An ac compan o ying technolo gy accompanying technology cconference onffer e ence at McEner onvention McEneryy C Convention C enter ffeatures eeaatures mor Center moree than 70 sp eakers discussing d a variet speakers varietyy of topics nging fr om wearable topics,, ran ranging from technolo gy and augmented rreality ealitty technology to the ﬁrstt public inter view with interview ccontroversial ontroverssial technolo gist JO JOHN HN technologist M CAFEE. MCAFEE
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Music Mu usic + T Tech eech = C2S C2SV V
San Jose’s Jo ose’s new mu music sic festival an and nd technology gy conference confe erence brings the best of bo both oth worlds together Valley togeth her in Silicon nV a alley BBYY MA MATT ATT T CRAWFORD CR AW FOR D
2SV Music M Festival Festival + Technology T echnology Conference straddles str ad ddles Silicon V alle ey’s technical right Valley’s brain and artsy a left brain, brain, brain both together bringing both da ays packed for four days conve ersations about with conversations gy y and more than technology bands, ranging ranging from 50 bands, t internationally local acts to d headliners. headliners. recognized The ffestival eestivaal and cconference, onffeerence, arriving Sept.. 26-29 in Downtown San JJose, ose, w was as cconceived onceived with six simple wor words dss on the b boozy oozy str streets eets
off Austin Austin after a ffew ew epic da days ayys of m music last yyear ear at SXSW SXSW:: “W “We We nee need ed something so omething lik likee this her here.” e.” And it it’s ’s true true.. Silic Silicon on V Valley aalley nee needs eds an n eevent vent that showc showcases ases technolo technology og y and an nd music in Silicon Silicon Valley—just Vaalley—jjust down do own the rroad oad fr from om big shots lik likee Facebook Fa acebook and Go Google, ogle, but mor moree importantly, im mportantlyy, wher wheree hundr hundreds eds of entrepreneurs en ntrepreneurs ar aree still put putting ting ide ideas eas into looking digital gold. in nto action lo oking ffor o or digit al gol ld. For we’ve traveled Austin For yyears, ears, we ’ve tra aveled to A u ustin orr Seat Seattle tttle or V Vegas eegas to check out the th he ne next xt big thing in technolo technology gy w when man manyy of the st startups artups that tomorrow w change the world tomorr will ow are ar re literally right her here, e, ar around ound
Meanwhile, the ccorner. orner. Mean whilee, the music scene backseat sc ene often ttakes akes a bac ckseat to technological grand technolo gical cconcepts, o epts, but onc look around Silicon Valley lo ok ar ound Silic on V aalley and pockets brilliancee emer from p ockets of brillianc eemerge ge fr om barroom stages, artt ga galleries barr oom st ages, ar alleries and nightclubs.. Bring in a ffew nightclubs ew national likee Igg Iggyy an and Stooges, headliners lik nd The Sto oges, Lemonheads Coup the L emonheads and the C oup and ther there’s e’s a rreal eal opp opportunity o tunity to or see something ne new, w, bu build uild ne new w rrelationships elationships and get inspir iinspired ed right heree on our home tur her turf. rf.
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C2SV C2SV st starts arrts early on Thursda Thursday ay with rregistration egistration ffor o or the tech cconference onffer e ence opening op ening att 8am. W Web eeb p personality ersonality social and so cial media enthusiast R ROBERT OBERT will ll deliv deliver er the ﬁrst k keynote eynote SCOBLE wil SCOBLE onffer byy of the cconference, e ence, ffollowed o ollowed b panels on the latest de developments velopments Bitcoin, social with Bitc o so oin, cial media business strateg strategyy an and nd factors that will shap shapee over next the web o ver the ne xt 20 yyears—and ears—and ears and that that’s ’s all b before effo ore lunch. break, After a lunch br eak,, panelists discuss tec technology’s chnology’s rrole ole in disruptiv disruptivee p political change,, olitical change Hollywo Hollywood’s od’ d s emer emerging ging ffootprint ootprint Silicon Valley next in Silic on V alle a y and the ne xt n of ar artiﬁcial tiﬁcial intelligenc intelligencee generation apps apps,, amon among ng other topics topics.. After th the he cconference, onffer e ence, the ffocus ocus shifts to music m with a kick kick-off - off par party ty at C Cafe afe Stritch ffeaturing af eeaturing the PHENOMENAUTS P HENOMENA AUTS, E V KA KAIN IN and DI DINNERS NNERS.
The tech cconference onffeerence rreturns eturns Frida Friday, ay, starting st arting wi with ith a k keynote eynote fr from om JEFF autthor of Breakpoint: Breakpoint: Why SSTIBEL TIBEL, author the W Web eeb W Will iill Implo Implode, dee, Sear Search ch W Will iill Be Obsolete, Obsolette, and Ev Everything erryything Else Y You oou Need T Too Kn Know now ab about out T Technology eechnology Is in Y Your oour Bra Brain. ain. O Other ther topics include ecommerce, ecommerce, the transp transportation ortation sharing rrevolution, evolution, the ne next xt w wave ave of digital digital photo p photography, graphy, wearable technology technology and mor more. e. The mu music usic lineup gains momentum momentum with mor moree than 20 acts performing performin o ng thr throughout oughout the night,
The p peak eak da day ay at the te technology chnology cconference onffeerence and music ffestival eestival arriv arrives es Saturday, Satur daay, st starting arting with hak keynote eynote from fr om JJAMES AMES WI WILLIAMSON LLIAMSON N and a ﬁr ﬁreside eside chat fr from om JOHN M MCAFEE CAFEEE (see stor storyy on page 22). W Williamson iilliamson help helped ed shape s shap e garage rrock ock and early punk rrock ock c with Iggy Igggy and The Sto Stooges oges b before effo ore hanging up guitar 30-year his guit ar to pursue a 30 0-year e ccareer areer in Silicon Valley (read more Silic on V alle a y (r ead mor re on page 16). appearance The most ccontroversial ontroverssial app earance C2SV lineup,, McAfee on the C2S V lineup M feee ﬂed McAf December 2012 Belize in Dec ember 20 12 after authorities ac accused cused him m of mur murdering dering his neighb neighbor—a or—a char charge gee he denies that U U.S. .S. authorities ha have ave refused refused to pursue.. He rre-emerged pursue e-emerged in P Portland ortland this yyear ear with a viral vi video deo par parodying odying media-fueled rumors of o drug use use,, violencee and various se violenc sexual exual esc escapades. apades. His ﬁr ﬁreside eside chat is his ﬁrst ﬁ public interview inter view sinc sincee rreturning eturnin ng to the U U.S. .S. The music lineup st starts tarts early with a da day ay show at C Café affé Stri Stritch itch headlined byy San Francisc b Francisco o indie rrockers ockers SSOCIAL OCIAL before effo ore the acti action ion mo moves ves STUDIES STUDIES b to St. JJames ames P Park ark with TTHE HE B BANG ANG, BOSNIAN RAIN RAINBOWS BOWS (f (featuring feeaaturing Omar Rodríguez-López R odríguez-López and Deantoni D P Parks arks from fr om Mars V Volta), olt o a), San Francisc Francisco o garage rrock ock fa favorites avorites and a C Coachella oachella 2013 alumnus TTHEE HEE O OH H SSEES EES, and IIGGY GGY AND T THE HE SSTOOGES TOOGES. That night, night the par party ty mo moves ves back Downtown with a vari variety iety of music music,, ranging fr from om p political olitical hip hip-hop -hop fr from om THE CCOUP OUP and a DJ set fr ffrom om D DAM-FUNK AM-FUNK to ps psychedelic ychedelic rrock ock fr from o SL om SLEEPY EEPY SSUN UN and danc dancee par parties ties with hP PARTY ARTY BEN, SSONIDO ONIDO CL CLASH ASH and SSHEA HEA A BUTTE BUTTER R of BVMO B VMO.
With W iith the technolo technology gy cconference onffeerence over o ver on Sunda Sunday, ay, the ffestival eesstival shifts ccompletely ompletely to music with w ffolko olkrrockers ockers RIN TIN TIN TIGER TIGER, lo local ocal fa favorites avorites THE TR TRIMS IMS and A ANYA NY YA AN AND D THE GGET ET Detroit oit emc emcee cee and DOWN DOWN, and Detr producer pr oducer B BLACK LACK MILK MILK cl closing losing with the ﬁnal p performance erfo ormance of th the he ffestival. eestival.
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AMES A MES WILLIAMSON WILLIAMSON resembles resem mbles any number num mber of retired semi iconductor-era semiconductor-era Valley execs, execs, the ones Silicon Valley that drive late model SUVs, SUVs, a easy Midwestern talk with an drawl drawl and have a mop of white hair mussed over the the eir ears. ears. Then he tops of their h the stories. stories. starts with Likee the night Lik nigght he w was as intr introduced oduced to fe, who at the time w as working his wif wife, was at Warner Br others and w aas br ought Brothers was brought backst age to meet m him at the Whisk ky backstage Whisky a Go Go on S unset Boule vard. Sunset Boulevard. “My hair w as sticking straight up was
in n ﬁve ﬁve diff ffeerent ccolors. olors. Igg o different Iggyy falls out off a closet. W agee Wee had to go on st stage an nd Igg ’t w ant to ttake ake timee to and Iggyy didn didn’t want us se the bathr oom. So while we wer w use bathroom. weree w alking down the ramp to the st a , age walking stage, Ig ggy whips it and whiz zes the ent tire Iggy whizzes entire w ay down the w alkway. way walkway. “My wif fe, she ’s seen it all,”” he wife, she’s sa ayys. Still, it w asn’t much of a ﬁrstt says. wasn’t im mpression. “It to ok her se ven yyears eaars impression. took seven o go out with me.“ me.“ to Williamsons moved Cupertino Th W The iilliamsons illi mo oveed d to C Cup errtino i 1982 was byy AMD in n 19 82 when JJames ames w aas hired hired b AM MD to o build applic applications caations using its chips chips.. He H ba arely lifted a guit ar ffor or o 30 yyears. eears. barely guitar “W We’d go to work par ties her i “We’d parties heree in th he valle y, and the girls and the b oys the valley, boys w would sit on opp opposite osite sides of thee rroom, oom,, just lik likee in high scho school. ol.
“W We had just ccome ome up fr om “We from Hollywo od, wher e, at par ties, p eople Hollywood, where, parties, people wer or, la ayyiing on top of weree on the ﬂo ﬂoor, laying one another fe and I would another.. My wif wife just lo ok at each othe r. I mean, look other. wher wheree am I?” His cco-workers o -workers at AMD A AMD,, and later at the Son er Sonyy buildings on Zank Zanker R oad and N o irst Str e , kne eet, w Road N.. F First Street, knew nothing ab out his rrock ock c & rroll oll da ayys. about days. “It ne ver ccame ame up ,” hee sa ayys simply y. never up,” says simply. moree time that “Th mor “The i tha hat passed, d the h me.. I had less rrelevant elevant it seemed d to me dream. ccompletely ompletely lost the rrock ock dr eam. I w as not into it. was “I w as done as out o of music .” was done.. I w was music.” He and and his fformer o ormeer ccollaborator ollaborator Iggyy P Pop didn’t Igg op didn ’t ttalk alk eexcept x ept ffor xc o or the o ccasional business cconversation. o versation. on occasional
““Things hi w wer ery bad b db etween us ,” weree vvery between us,” W iilliamso on sa ayys. Williamson says. The mem morabilia rremained emained memorabilia st ashed in the closet. “The only stashed had weree a ccouple things I ha ad out wer ouple of guitars that guit ars tha at sat in their ccases, ases, leaning up againstt the w all.” wall.” “My son nw as a huge fan of was Nir vana, sso o I’ d tell him, “Y You o know Nirvana, I’d “You know,, I kind of pio oneered that. pioneered that.’’ ““‘Oh ‘Oh sur re, Dad,’ ’” he ’d sa ay. sure, Dad,’” he’d say. W iilliam mson’s son later wr ote a Williamson’s wrote piec o ollege ab out the unpla ayed piecee in ccollege about unplayed guit ars. Hee ccalled alled it “The C offins in guitars. Coffins the C ornerr.” Corner.” W illiam i mson to ok up the instrument Williamson took after seeingg Elvis on tele vision. He television. describ es himself h as a “wild b oyy”” living describes boy” in Oklahom ma and T exas with a “strict Oklahoma Texas milit ary ste epdad,” and “there “there w aas military stepdad, was tension ar o ound the house around house..” mily mo ved during Motown family moved The fam music’ ydey to Detr oit, wher music’ss he heydey Detroit, wheree he ’d see St tevie W o onder and other he’d Stevie Wonder acts up clo ose at the St ate Fair close State Fair.. He st arted hiss ﬁrst band at 15 and pla ayed started played ccovers overs of British B In vasion bands Invasion lik o olling Stones and Them likee the R Rolling
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GGY AND AND N THE STOOGES STOOGES could be b playing oldies shows in Vegas Vegas or at the M ounta ain Winery like Mountain contemporaries. their conte emporaries. Instead of reliving g their glory days, days, the four-decade-old four-de ecade-old group is enjoying the th he peak of their enjoying success now. no ow. In 2013, the band released relea ased a searing LP, LP P, Ready R eady T To o Die D and played to slam-dancing slam-dancing audiences at outdoorr festivals festivals from Austr Australia alia to to Belgium. g It wasn’t w asn’t alw always ways that w way. ay. For F or dec decades, adess, the Sto Stooges oges wer weree mor moree a legend than n a band. In se seven veen yyears ears e of demented eexistence, xistence, fr from om 19 1967 67 to 197 1974, 74, 4, their rrecords ecords sold so p poorly oorly that the theyy wer weree kick kicked ed to the curb byy their lab b label, el,, despite the fact that
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Dann D ny F ields—the wunderkind off the Danny Fields—the m music industr uilt industryy at the time time,, who bu built th he ccareers areers of JJim im Morrison and L o ou the Lou R Re eed,, and disc overed the MC5 and Reed, discovered Ramones R Ramones—w waas so cconvinced on nvvinced of Igg gy Ramones—was Iggy P o ’s genius that he p op ersonally to o ok Pop’s personally took o ver management of the band. over P op himself didn’t didn n’t ’ seem to ttake aak ke Pop off ffeense, didn ff n’’t even eveen seem to care. care. In L egs offense, didn’t Legs M McN eil’s and Gillian McC ain n’s punk McNeil’s McCain’s hi istory Please Kill Me op admits he ccan aan history Me,, P Pop se ee it fr om the rrecord ecord industr y’s p oin nt of see from industry’s point vi ieew. “I mean,, the ey must ha ave thoug ght view. they have thought ‘Th hese guys ar ou know o w, th he ‘These aree maniacs maniacs,, yyou know, the sin nger at ttacks the audienc e, the eyy’re all a singer attacks audience, they’re lloaded, lo oaded, d d, the th ey d don n’’t ccommunicate ommunic i ate t nic i ely el they don’t nicely w us with n’t ’ go on the us,, their songs won won’t ra adio … So I ccould ould see their p oint. Bu ut radio point. But he ey, I didn n’’t know we wer ay. I hey, didn’t weree that w way. sa aw it diff ffeerentlyy. I thought we wer saw differently. weree gr reat. I thought we wer est ban nd great. weree the b best band in n the world. W w what we wer re Wee kne knew were oing w aas b etttter than an nyybodyy.” do doing was better anybody.
And yyet, eet,, b aw a P oower byy the timee R Raw Power ccame ame out —in 1973,, a full fu ull yyear ear after it out—in w aas rrecorded—the ecorded—the man n who would was eeventually ventually b dfather bee hailed ass the Go Godfather of Punk w as a literally ly ying in the was lying gut ttter on Sunset Boule evard. A gutter Boulevard. Att the same time that he w as doing his most was famous shows at Max’ ty in Max’ss Kansas Cit City N ew Y o ork k—wher — e his antics rrolling olling New York—where ar ound in br ok keen glasss and w alking around broken walking acr oss ttables ables and gener rally bleeding across generally all o veer the plac h sent to over placee got him the hospit al ffor or o stitchess one night b hospital byy or der of Alic ooper, who w aas in the order Alicee C Cooper, was cr owd—Pop w as a mu usic industr crowd—Pop was music industryy pariah. i h Kick Ki keed d outt off h hi h his house Kicked house,, ho oked on heroin heroin and couch-surﬁng couch-surﬁng hooked b etween gigs was hurtling h tling toward hur tow waard between gigs,, he was either ccertain ertain death or rrehab. ehab. L uckilyy, it w as the lat atttter. It wouldn n’’t Luckily, was latter. wouldn’t b wie would help bee until 1976 that Bow Bowie P op rreinvent ein nvent himself as a a suc cessful Pop successful solo ar tist,, with ic ke artist, iconic onic songs lik like
("Gloria") but so ("Gloria") soon on b began egan writing was his own material. m “It w as easier ffor or me to mak o m makee up m myy own stuff stuff,” says. than learn n their stuff ff,,” he sa ayys. He eexperimented xperimen nted with p power ower chor chords ds chords” because and “chords “chords d within chor ds” b ecause they ey wer weree har harder der to ccopy. opy. he said the school ol sent him home when His high scho his hair gott to too o long and he w was as a so soon on before hauled b effor ore a judge on a truancy char charge. ge. He w was aas inc incarcerated arcerated ffor o or thr three ee after hair.. months aft fter rrefusing efusing to cut his hair He met JJim im Osterb Osterberg, erg, the future future Iggyy P Pop, fraternity Igg op, at a a fraternit ty party party in Ann Arb Arbor or and joined the Sto Stooges oges in 1970, Osterberg New ffollowing ollowing o Osterb O erg to N ew York, York, o L London ondon an and nd L Los os Angeles ffor o or a series of failures ccommercial ommerciaal failur es before beffo ore deciding to become electrical engineer.. b ecome an n electric al engineer Williamson W iilliamsson rremembers emembers arriving in London “ground zero L ondon in 1972, 1972 “gr ground zer o of the movement, David glam mo ovement, e ” to rrecord ecord with Da avid v Bowie.. “He “Here weree these ttwo Bowie ere wer w wo bumpkins from Detroit fr om Detr o ... a ccouple oit ouple of Midwestern amidst guys amids st all these dandies in frilly cuffed shirts, cuff ffeed shir t ,” he rremembers. ts emembers. Hard Har d rrocking ocking rrebels ebels amidst the androgeny, Stooges played andr ogeny, the Sto oges pla ayed their London performance only L ond don p erfo ormance at the Royal Gardens Williamson R oyal Gar d dens Hotel. W illiamson i futuree Clash memb member rremembers ememberrs futur er futuree Se Sexx Pistol Mick JJones ones and futur Lydon audience. JJohn ohn L ydo on in the audienc e. wasn’t anything “It w asn a n’t an nyything they’d they’d seen before. They’d never b effor o e. The ey’d ne ver seen a singer audience. ccome ome out and a cconfront onfront the audienc e. impression. shocked It made a huge h impr ession. It sho cked manyy p people, Williamson man eop ple,” W iilliamson said. developed chord He had de d veeloped a rapid chor d style was st tyle y he said dw aas based on the sound of guns Vietnam War. machine gu uns during the V ietnam i War. “W “We We sho should ould pr probably obably wear some makeup, Ig,, Of mak keup e , I told t Ig Of ccourse, ourse, none of us kne knew w an anything nyything ab about out mak makeup. eup. We We clown box makeup. was ffound ound o a clo own b ox of mak keup e .I w as a in white fac face. e. Igg Iggyy painted his lips black. was Two It w as vvery ery eextreme. xtreme. T wo yyears w eears later eeverybody verybody st started arted lo looking oking lik likee that.” “Management wouldn’t “Manag gement wouldn ’t let us pla play ay again again.. The Theyy wer weree afraid we wer weree going to ge get arrested.” et arr ested.” The Sto Stooges oges implo imploded ded and left the secret sauce Isles.. secr et sauc ce rrecipe ecipe in the British Isles W Williamson’s iilliamson n’s jagged chor chordsmithing, dsmithing, along with h other inno innovations vations lik likee st stage-diving, age-divin ng, spik spiked ed hair and eeye ye liner liner,, pr pretty etty muc much ch wr wrote ote the pla playbook ayybook ffor or the pun o punk nk rrock ock eexplosion xplosion and its offshoots: ffshoots: industrial, goth, various off
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ﬁv ve and a half yyears. ears. ﬁve The rreunion eunion also br o ought Ste ve brought Steve Mack ay, the saxophoni ist who had Mackay, saxophonist oges’’ unique un nique horn crafted the Sto Stooges’ sound,, back into the ffold. o old. It pr oduced produced 2007 rreunion eunion album m, The W eeirrddness, a 2007 album, Weirdness, that w aas appr opriatelyy titled. It was appropriately certainly ccouldn’t ouldn’t ha ave b een ccalled alled The certainly have been Gr reat e ness, although a ccouple o ouple of tracks Greatness, oges mix of got close to that classicc Sto Stooges nihilism and shak ke app peal. shake appeal. om me crashing It all seemed to ccome o on down though,, with thee death of R Ron A sheton in 20 09. JJust ust as a the band Asheton 2009. had b egun adding class sics fr om the begun classics from Ra aw P ower yyears eears back into their set, Raw Power A sheton’s rreported eported hea art at ttack put a Asheton’s heart attack stop oges. stop,, onc oncee again,, to thee Sto Stooges. But it led to what w aas almost a was whole ne w reunion reunion of Igg IIggy gy and the new Stooges. That w aas the monik m keer the Stooges. was moniker band used in the Ra aw Power Power era,, when Raw JJames ames W iilliamson pla ayed e guit ar. After Williamson played guitar. his w aarm-up at the Blan nk Club with warm-up Blank
‘W ‘We’re We’re so o old, you y neve never er k iff know there’s there’s going g g other th to be ano another show or not.’ local favorites Careless Hearts—a lo cal fa avo orites the C arelless Hear ts—a now-legendaryy show att which the now-legendar Hearts’ Hear ts’’ Paul Paul Kimball ﬁlled ﬁllled in ffor or o Igg Iggy gy with eerie ac accuracy—Williamson curacyy—Wiilliamson rrejoined ejoined the band in Br Brazil, razil,, and the new ne w era of Igg Iggy gy and thee Sto Stooges oges b began. egan egan. The Sto Stooges oges have haave pla played ayeed mor moree than 100 100 dates, dates, but st stage taage divin diving ng seems to be be taking taking its toll on the 66-year-old 66--yeearr-old frontman. fr ontman. P Pop op had to b bee ccarried arried off stage stage after the A Aug. ugg. 2 255 Riotfest R tfeest show in Riot Toronto, To oronto, during which he h leapt into the crowd crowd and dr dropped opped his micr microphone. ophone. ose show is The The Sept. 28 San JJose Sto oges’’ only W eest C oaast p erformanc o e Stooges’ West Coast performance th he yyear. ear. The and the last show of the ak ke a needed d rrest est and no band will ttake haave b een b ooked e ffor or o 2014. dates have been booked “W We’re rready eady ffor o or a br e ” eak, “We’re break, W illiamson i sa ayys withou ut sa ayying when Williamson says without saying ll pla ay again. the legendar legendaryy band wil will play W ith i a touch of eexaggeration, xaggeeration,, he adds With adds,, “W We’re so old,, you you never neverr know if ther e’s “We’re there’s how or not.” going to b bee another sh show
modern rrock, modern ock,, sp speed eed met metal, al,, alt rrock. ock. “We “W We we weren’t ren’t tr trying ying to b bee an anything. ything. Wee wer weree ju just trying bee wild. wild.”” W ust tr ying to b Williamson was W iilliamsson w aas anything an nyything but wild days Valley. during his da d ayys in Santa Santa Clara V aalleey. Ass real estate equity grew, moved A real e est at equit ate ty gr ew, he mo oved e shoee suburb his family to t the white sho Saratoga. AMD,, he of Sarato gaa. After 15 yyears eears at AMD Sony technical joined Son ny as vice vice president president of technic caal standards, says involved st andards, a job he sa ayys in nvo olvved e fformal ormal o industryy meetings with w ccompetitors ompetitors on industr standards Blu-ray. st andards such su uch as Blu-ra ay. the 2008 After th he 20 08 ﬁnancial implosion, Sony began look ways Son ny b egan n to lo ok ffor o or w ays y to becomes obvious, trim ccosts. osts. “It b ecomes ob vious,” Williamson says. “First theyy tr tryy to get W iilliamson n sa ayys. “F irst the Theyy rid of the guys g past 50 yyears. ears. The offer packages. off ffeer vvoluntary olun ntary rretirement etirement pack ages. Theyy mak makee it vvery attractive. The ery at ttractiv t e.” was time.. “I don don’t He w as 59 5 at the time ’t myy b boss any was think m oss had an ny clue I w as was towards going to ttake a e it. I w ak as leaning tow ards Theyy alw always givee a deadline deadline.. it. The wayys giv Ronnie’s Then I get this ccall, all,, and R onnie o ’s WIlliamson dead,” WIl liamson rrecalls, ecalls, rreferring effeerring longtime Stooges guitarist Ron to long tim me Sto oges guit arist R on o Asheton, 2009. A sheton, who w died in 20 09. Osterberg Osterb erg ccalled alled again after Asheton’s “We broached A sheton’s funeral. “W We br oached the want subject of whether I would w ant to play guitar. hadn’t ccome ome back k and pla ay guit ar. I hadn ’t played guitar don’t pla ayed gui itar in 30 yyears. ears. I don ’tt play not.”” eeven ven know w if I ccan an pla ay or not. have pretty The pastt ffour o our yyears ears ha ave pr ettty dispensed any much disp pensed with an ny of those rreservations, eservation ns, and the cconsensus onsensus is that great guitarists, both one of rrock’s ock k’s gr eat guit arists, b oth livee and in studio,, w was liv n the studio as quietly ensconced N.. ensc onced amidst the cubicles on N First Street three decades. F irst Str eett ffor o or thr ee dec ades. Williamson W iilliam mson rrefers effers e to his rreturn eturn as “closure.” “closur e.” “It’s way “It It’s kind d of a ccool ool w ay ffor or an old o victoryy laps at the end guy to do some s victor game, of the gam me,” he says saayys with a wry wry smile. smile. Disclosure: promoter Disclosur re: e The author is the pr omotteer of Stooges’ James The St toogess’ St. J ames a Park pperformance. errfoormance. Williamson James W illiamson i will discuss his care career eer with Jack Boulware in a key ynote session at C2SV keynote on Satu Saturday, urday y, Sept. p 28 at the San Jos Jose se M McEnery cEnery Convention Center r. The event is open to Center. C2SV Co Conference onference pass holders and VIP P concert ticket holders s. holders. IIggy ggy an g and nd The Stooges will play St. Jame James es P Park ark later the same day y. T ickets: C2SV V.com/tix day. Tickets: C2SV.com/tix
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Metro: Is this your venture Metro: v or are someone you backing someon ne else? JOHN MCAFEE: N No, o, tthis is deﬁnitely creation of m an nd it is going a creation myy own and to kno knock ck the so socks cks off off p people. eople. I in nvo olvveed in a ccommunications municcations a am involved omm technology technology business in terms t of deeveloping e a brand ne ew type tyype of pr oduct developing new product that the world has not seen s yyet. et. e How do you feel abo out having How about started, driven M McAfee cAffee a as tha Associates? W Was thatt something you planned to do orr did you sort of stumble into it? All great endeavors are great endea avors ar re stumbled into, large into, it is vvery ery difficultt to plan a lar ge endeavor successfully, create eate an endeaavor suc cessfullyy, to cr idea, work on it and build b it into a corporation. corporation. I stumbled onto Mc McAfee cAffee e when my my brother-in-law brother-in-laaw showed showed me a newspaper newspaper article article about abou ut a ccomputer omputer virus, virus, one of the ﬁrst computer computer viruses actually. actuallyy. I just w was aas grokked grokked b byy the whole thing thing.. I remember rem member reading reading the story story and b being eing fas fascinated scinated b byy the technology technology and,, at thee same time time,, m myy was already already working working on how mind was prevent them. So I sat s down and to prevent wrote a program program and put p what I had wrote oard, d and the made on m myy bulletin b board, rest is histor y. After th hat it w as mostly rest history. that was matttter of trying trying to k eep up with the a matter keep e etplac e. demands of the mark marketplace.
BRINGING B R INGING OUT OU T T THE HE B BIG IG G GUNS UNS Controv Controversial ersial i l technologist h l i John h M McAfee cAfe fee will speak in n a ﬁreside chat at C2SV C2SV. V.
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2SV SV marks k the th ﬁrst ﬁ t public publi blic interview i t i with ith technologist John John McAfee McAfee e since he ﬂed Belize last year under charges that U.S. U.S. authorities have refused refussed to pursue. McAfee McAfee will take ta ake part in a ﬁreside chat on Sat., Sept. S 28 at C2SV—among the the topics he may discuss is a new new venture that he hinted d at in an interview earlier earlie er this week. w Read the full Q&A att SV411.com. SV411.com.
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QuorumX X (a natural antibiotic that you were w working on in Belize)? From F rom the disc d discovery overy that bacteria ar aree single-cell organisms not simplee single - cell or ganisms that have ha ave no in intelligence, ntelligence, but a ccolony olony of organisms aree communicating. or ganisms that ar communicating. If yyou o ou lo look ook at ﬂeshﬂesh-eating eating bacteria, theyy will not attack ffor or o eexample, xamplle, the atttack when theyy ﬁrst in the invade nvvade an organism. organism. ganism They Theey wait have mass.. w ait until the ttheyy ha ave a critical critical mass So the theyy ha have ave this huge intelligenc intelligencee was and I w as startled s artled and amazed and st intrigued b byy that. ead that And so when w I ﬁrst rread quorum-sensing quorumseensing was was a technique byy th these go,, “Whoa!” used b ese bacteria,, I go And I happ happened pened to b bee p positioned ositioned in the righ right ht par partt of the world to do somethingg with that idea. The only rreason eason I di did id not w was as in par partt b because ecause Iw was as ar around oun nd the wr wrong ong p people eople and perhaps p erhaps a lack l of driv drivee ccaused aused b byy m myy advancing age age.. I might ha have ave b been een able to pull it off o if I had got gotten ttten a gr group oup of Chinese rresearchers e esear chers who wer weree willing to go liv livee in i the jungle … L et’’s talk a little about the NSA Let’s and priva acy y, because we will privacy, want to to ouch on this in the touch ﬁreside ass well. W ﬁ iill there ever be Will a productt that can detect when your pipe eline has been opened pipeline and comm munications are being communications sleuthed?? P eople ar eady doing things People aree alr already to cr eate a sense of privacy y, it is a create privacy, human ne eed. Privacy is a univ ersal need. universal right,, I thi ink. And it has b een think. been in vaded ffor o a long time or invaded time.. I think ther ttheree is going to b bee an industr hat pr ovides that privacy industryy th that provides vveil eil that al llows a semblanc allows semblancee of isolation fr om w atchful eeyes. yes. from watchful We’re W e’re run running nning out of time, what else woul would d you like to discuss? W eell, did yyou ou see the ar ticle in Well, article T echW e Week e that t just ccame ame out TechWeek out?? Their rreaders eaders vvoted oted me as the p erson most person lik ely to ru un Micr osoft. I think I w as likely run Microsoft. was eeven ven ﬁv ercent ahead of Bill Gates ﬁvee p percent Gates.. M etro: t Wh h t did you think hat thi k off Metro: What that? The most absur absurd d thing I ha have ave eever ver heard. hear d. Tha That at w was as so weir weird, d,, I w was as lik likee 277 p 2 percent ercentt of the vvote, ote, o over ver a ﬁeld of 20-some 20some people. people. It’s It ’s lik likee the t world is a craz crazyy plac placee and get getting tin ng crazier all the time time..
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DRIVING D R I V ING FO FORCE RCE The e Limousines Limousines, s, pictured here att S SXSW, XSW W, rep the 4-0-8 wherever they go go.. They’re back Lounge. for a hometown show w at C2SV on Sept. Sept 28 at Agenda aL ounge ounge.
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Guide to S Silicon ilicon V Valley alley a ac acts cts performing performin ng at C2SV BBYY AAARON A RON CCARNES ARNES
2SV Music Festival Festiv e al is bringing big names, names, such as Iggy Iggy and the Stooges, Stooges, the Lemonheads, Thee Oh Sees, Sees, Lemonheads, Bosnian Rainbows and dow wntown San Deafheaven, to downtown Jose, Jose, paired with some so ome of the Silico on Valley Valley best bands in Silicon Th rroster The oster off South S h Ba B Bay ay bands b d at C2S C2SV V runs the gamu gamut ut in terms of st style, yle, including elect electronic, tronic, L Latin, atin, indie rrock, ock, ffolk, o olk, met metal al and punk. The offers chancee to rreally ffestival eestival off ffeers a chanc eally get a diverse handle on just how div verse San JJose’s ose’s scene become over music sc ene has b ecom me o ver the past 5-10 yyears. ears.
Here’s a guide to this yyear’s Here’s ear’s lo local cal lineup,, with lineup with the hometown of each band listed d after the vvenue enue wher wheree the y’re pla ayying. they’re playing.
Talky T aalky Tina
The Limousines are are San Jose’s Jose’s bi biggest iggest active activ ve band ffor o or a rreason. eason. Their ttake a e on ak ’8 0s-inspired ssynth-pop yynth-pop so p erfeecctly ’80s-inspired perfectly etween cle verr, straddles the line b between clever, heartfelt generation-deﬁning, h hear tfeelt l and d generationi deﬁnin d ﬁ ing, plus l are just so damn ccatchy. atch hy. the songs are Together T ogether Gio Giovanni vanni Giusti and Eric Erric Victorino V iictorino mak makee amazing danc dance-pop e-p pop loved over lo ved e all o ver the world.
Talky Tina’s pop T aalk ky T inaa’s brand of o p op punk inﬂuences shows inﬂuenc es of rrockabilly, ockabillyy, punk between. rrock ock and eeverything verythingg in b etween.
Agenda LLounge, ounge, 9pm
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Dinners Dinne rs
CCafé afé Stritch, Stritch,, 9pm
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For For a gr group oup p of lo lo-ﬁ -ﬁ rrock ock & rroll oll slack slackers, keers, Dinners ha have ave cr created eated a nuanc nuanced ed and interesting interesting indie i rrock ock album, Black Rabbits, Raabbits, thatt pa pays ays y homage to the ’9 ’90s 0s lo-ﬁ lo-ﬁ indie he h heyday. yd daay. It is b best est enjo enjoyed oyeed on vinyl, vin nyyl, wher wheree all the subtle det details ails ccan an be be hear heard d at p peak eak audio qualit quality—at ty—at — least, that that’s vinyl-worshiping ’s what w the vin nyyl-worshiping members say. members off the band would sa ay.
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CContainher ontainher Hedley Club, 8pm
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Ass a singer A singer-songwriter, i -songwriter i ,C Containher ontain inher h brings a theatric theatrical al and haunting ng hauntin vision to her music, music, both both in thee chords chooses chor ds she cho oses and in the imageryy in her lyrics. imager lyrics. Stylistically, Stylisticalllyy, she is versatile versatile (folk, (ffo olk, electronic, electronic, indie-rock) indie -rock) and she frequently frequently ccollaborates ollaborates with other artists. artists.
CCafé afé Stritch, Stritch, 8pm
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SSan an Jose Rock Rock SShop, hop,, 8: 8:30pm :30pm
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Amonie alr already eady hass so much going on with the ffour our o me members embers the they y do have ha ave (t (two wo guit guitars, ars, bass b and drums), a singer would just get in the w way. ay. Every Ev ery song is lik likee an n incr incredible edible musical music al journe journey, y, wit with th a hea heavy avvy emphasis on dynam dynamics mics and te texture. xture. Plus,, the Plus theyy pla play ay rreally, eallyy, rreally eally loud.
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Blank B lank Club, 10pm
Pagoda, P agoda, 11p 11pm pm
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Fun F un fact: The Flames’’ drummer d is none No Name,, a lo local other than N o Name cal on-air DJ They play raw, on LIVE 105. The ey pla ay the kind of ra aw, drunken touring drunk keen punk that tou uring bands in ’90s play backyards the ’9 0s used to pla ay in n back kyar y ds all across acr oss the ccountry. ountry.
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B .Lewis has haas got ttten a lot of B.Lewis gotten internation international nal attention attttention for for o his original electr arrangements, which electronic onic arrangements, often lean into instrumental instrumental hip hip-hop -hop territor y. Pitchfork P Pitchf fo ork rrecently ecently gave gaave him territory. major j pr props op ps ffor or o his hi pr production oduction d i on the h ne w Bad Rabbits R C2SV he ’ll new album. A Att C2SV he’ll b bee performing perfo orm ming a DJ set.
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Mezcal, M ezcal, 10pm
The Bang B
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If jaz jazzz and soul wer weree on n a single ccontinuum, ontinuum, JJurassiC urassiC wo would ould land middle.. Their grooves eexactly xactly x in the middle T gr oovees tend to pull fr from classic om classi ic soul and funk, chords melodies while hil the th chor h ds d and d melo m l dies di lean l moree into the jaz jazzz rrealm. mor ealm m. But eeven veen there, inﬂuences ther e, the inﬂuenc es ffor orr eeverything o ver e ything theyy do ar aree all o over map.. It It’s the veer the map ’s a big beautiful music.. jumbled mess of b eautiiful music
The Bang rrevives evives lesser lesser-known -known ’6 ’60s 0s soul gems, gems, par ticularly from from girlparticularly fr fronted onted ba bands, ands, and ccontributes ontributes to the genr xceptional originals genree with eexceptional that sound d lik likee they they could could have haave just as easi ily been been lost soul classics easily themselv themselves. e. es
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SSt. t. James P Park, ark, 4:15pm
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Soulful Obsession Obsession e
Haptic Hapti ic Synapses Synapses
Mezcal, M ezcal, 11pm
Works/San W orks/Sann Jose, 8:30pm
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Moree than just a liv livee rap Mor r band, the quartet quar tet at times pla plays ayys jaz jazz, z, uptemp uptempo o R&B,, soul and straight-forward hip-R&B straigh ht-ffo orward hip hop.. The gr hop group’s oup’s song songs gs wea weave ave in and different styles. out of these diff ffeerent st yles.
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BVMO B VMO Cr Crew ew Fahrenheit Fahr enheit LLounge, ounge, 11pm m
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Curious Qua Quail ail CCafé afé SStritch, tritch, 2pm
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Haptic p Syn Synapses ynapses p ar aree a full-ﬂedged g electr electronic onic impr improvised ovised trio trio.. Each member memb er mak m makes es b beats eats and pr programs ograms on the sp spot o without ccoordinating ot oordinating in advance, advanc e, pla p playing ayying off each other in rreal eal time to t cr create eate an eexciting xciting and spontaneous sp ontaneo ous musical musical experience. experience.
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Taking T aking a their name fr from o ap om popular opular beverage b everage stor storee chain, these t DJ DJss spin funk, soul and hip hip-hop. -hop p. It It’s ’s gr great eat dancee music with lots of obscur danc obscuree song selections and deep deeep cuts. cuts.
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If there’s there’s an any ny band in San S JJose ose right that h so tot totally ally ll has h the h supp support ort of their fans it it’s ’s indie indie-folk -ffo olk group group Curious Quail. Their fans f vvoted oted ffor or o them to pla play ay BFD thiss yyear ear and helped help ed the band reach reach h its $6,000 $6,000 Kickstarter Kickst arter goal to fund fun nd an upcoming upcoming album in a mat matter ter of da d days. ays y . Big things are are on the horizon ffor or or Curious Quail.
Brother Br othher Gr Grand raand Agenda A genda LLounge, ouunge, unge 9pm
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Ben Hend derson has pla ayed Henderson played passionatee ffolk o olk songs for fo or yyears, ears, sometime sometimess solo solo,, other times with a full backin ng band. Br other Grand is backing Brother an offsho o of this ot offshoot this,, but with upright bass pla ayerr Endik a. P erfo ormed as a player Endika. Performed duo ongs sound surprisingly duo,, the so songs thick. It ’s just j what Henderson ’s It’s Henderson’s brilliant so ongs ha ave alw ayys needed. songs have always
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Bibless and Hand Grenades Gr enaades Blank B lank Club, 11pm
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Shinobu CCafé afé SStritch, tritch, 11pm
SSan an Jose
It w wasn’t asn’t to too o long ago that Shinobu br broke oke up up,, with each memb m member er mo moving ving aaway way fr from om the Ba Bay ay Ar Area. e Slowly the ea. memb members ers ha have ave rreturned eturneed and the they’re y’re seemingly pla playing ayying mor more re shows now than ever ever b before. effo ore. Theirr brain brainy, ny, self selffdepr deprecating ecating thr throwback owback k jangle jangle-pop -pop with a punk -rock edge is as go od as punk-rock good eever, ver, only tighter tighter..
CCartoon Cart tooon Bar B Fight Fi ht CCafé afé SStritch, tritch, 6pm
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somewhere between dream Falling som mewhere b etween dr eam pop indie Cartoon p op and in ndie ffolk, o olk, C artoon Bar Fight bee 2013’ 2013’ss ans answer F ight ccould ould db wer to the Cranberries. Theyy cr create Cranb erries. The eate a lot of lush arrangements melodies, arrangemen nts and earnest melo dies, have and ha ave a knack ffor o or writing interesting albums.. Their inter esting cconcept oncept albums next bee ab about space, ne xt rrelease eleasee will b out spac e, according ac cording to t the band.
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HE BETTER-BEER scene continues its ascent the South Bay with Steins Beer Garden & GOING in BOWLING PM2 Kitchen food truck serves Thai taro Restaurant downtown Mountain View set to ball bowls, which are in sweet, savory and a little sour. open March 28. There will be wine and cocktails, but the primary focus will be on high-quality beers. Steins will feature 30 taps and a menu of modern American comfort food crated by executive chef and Bay Area native Colby ESPITE theReade. obvious popularity of Thai restaurants in San (with people of all ethnic Owner andJose South Bay native Ted Kim is adifferent beer enthusiast; he tells me thatbackgrounds), Steins is a salute tonot the traditional halls and gardens, all Thai German food isbeer a big hit with which he experienced during his travels throughout Europe’sof premier everyone. At least that’s what Min Yang, owner the new beer cities. Designed by PM2 architect Marc Dimalanta, Steinsto features a 300- I San Jose food truck Kitchen, explained me when seat, 8,000-square-foot domed interior room and a 4,000-square-foot ordered from her Thai dessert truck.
outdoor patio. I tracked down PM2 in front of eBay, where was setwait up alongside Ted, with his contagious positive energy, says Yang that he can’t four food trucks for “in-your-face, lunch. She sells basically one item,cooler” taro ball forother folks to check out the custom-made walk-in bowls, a popular dessert in Thailand that hasn’t really caught yet in the next to the main bar. Guests can gaze at the unique direct-drawon draft States. She toldtap mehandles that when she sets up location where there system—the are connected to at thea kegs, eliminating draft are a lotlines of Asian immigrants, she but otherwise, much. and helping to keep thedoes beerwell, at the highest qualitynot andsofreshness Taro ball bowls enjoyed throughoutnumber Thailand, parts levels. Having 30 are draft beers isall a manageable forand staff,inTed says:of China. Yang, who’s fromexactly Thailand herself, the Ihuge “I want them to know what we’re saw serving. wantAsian to be immigrant able to community here, and the lack of suchso desserts, decided to open PM2. give genuine beer recommendations, ongoingand beer education will be This eBay ”parking lot set-up was one of those “less popular” times. important. Employees were for farm-to-table Indian food truck across the street, and the The food willlining have aup local, emphasis according to chef more familiar Thai foodwill truck next to hers, but very few people Reade, and everything be made in-house, including breads andbesides mepretzels. were standing in the front of PM2kitchen to try aspace, bowlthere of taro Because of generous willballs. also be inTaro balls are made of mashed taro root, sweet potato ﬂourto(or house charcuterie, butchery and pickling programs. “We want make sometimes potato ﬂour) and water. They are formed into multi-in food as fresh as the beer is,” says Reade, who embraces beer’ssmall versatility colored cylindrical shapes that have a springy texture. They are lightly food pairing. sweetSome and taste delicious. Yang serves the bowls pork with belly jelly examples from the tidy menu of dessert 25 itemsininclude (which looks and tastes like unsweetened Jell-O), ice and beans—diners get a choice between red and mung beans. Like other Thai dishes, the end result is a concoction of interesting and competing ﬂavors. Traditionally, desserts in the U.S. are viewed as wholly sweet experiences. Even adding a little bit of salt to caramel is viewed almost as exotic. The taro ball bowls are sweet, savory and a little sour—plus each component in the bowl has a completely different texture. They are $4.50 per bowl. In addition to taro balls, PM2 currently sells both mung bean and taro cookies, which have similar ﬂavors as the taro ball bowls, and come in pretty ﬂower shapes. Yang would like to add lunch items to the menu in the coming months and is still deciding which items to include. But for now the focus is on her ﬂagship dish, the taro ball bowls.—Aaron Carnes PM2 FOOD TRUCK pm2kitchen.com or 408.673.1357
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DINNER A SHOW The Los Gatos Food Fest draws a crowd HEAND BETTER-BEER scene continues its ascent with a rotating lineup of food trucks, as well as live music. in the South Bay with Steins Beer Garden & Restaurant in downtown Mountain View set to open March 28. There will be wine and cocktails, but the primary focus will be on high-quality beers. Steins will feature 30 taps and a menu of modern American he end of the summer is here. However, there are comfort food crated by executive chef and Bay Area still a few chances to take advantage of what is native Colby Reade. left of the season.
Owner and South Bay native Ted Kim is a beer enthusiast; he tells me Like the summer, the Los Gatos Food Fest is coming to a close for the that Steins is a salute to the traditional German beer halls and gardens, year. The event has been bringing beer, wine, live music and, of course, which he experienced during his travels throughout Europe’s premier food to a woodsy spot in Los Gatos—the lot in front of La Hacienda beer cities. Designed by architect Marc Dimalanta, Steins features a 300restaurant and hotel—every Friday night since May. seat, 8,000-square-foot domed interior room and a 4,000-square-foot Every week there's a different live band and a rotating lineup of Bay outdoor patio. Area food trucks. One recent edition of the event featured the Waffle Ted, with his contagious positive energy, says that he can’t wait Roost, Sam's ChowderMobile and Oaxacan Kitchen Mobile, among for folks to check out the “in-your-face, custom-made walk-in cooler” other trucks. Country musician Erica Sunshine Lee performed. next to the main bar. Guests can gaze at the unique direct-draw draft Theron Kagnoff, manager at La Hacienda, runs the event. He says he system—the tap handles are connected to the kegs, eliminating draft likes the way it brings people together to enjoy themselves. lines and helping to keep the beer at the highest quality and freshness “This is very family friendly. It's a great place for people in the area levels. Having 30 draft beers is a manageable number for staff, Ted says: to commune and get to know each other,” Kagnoff says. “There's really “I want them to know exactly what we’re serving. I want to be able to nothing quite like this in the area.” give genuine beer recommendations, so ongoing beer education will be Kagnoff says that even though the season is winding down, the Food important.” Fest still draws between 600 and 800 people every Friday night. The food will have a local, farm-to-table emphasis according to “It's a great place to bring the kids, it's safe, it's well organized, there's chef Reade, and everything will be made in-house, including breads really not a weak link in the entire chain,” says Kagnoff. and pretzels. Because of the generous kitchen space, there will also Justin Funamura, owner of the Waffle Roost food truck, says he has be in-house charcuterie, butchery and pickling programs. “We want the same feeling about the Food Fest. to make food as fresh as the beer is,” says Reade, who embraces beer’s “It's been a good time, they have a nice little setup,” Funamura says. versatility in food pairing. “Deﬁnitely a lot of moms dancing with their kids. It's a good family Some examples from the tidy menu of 25 items include pork belly friendly atmosphere.” The Waffle Roost, which has been in operation for a month and is headquartered in San Jose, has attended two of the Food Fests this season. “Our line is plenty long, our two busiest nights have been there,” says Funamura. “It's our only festival type event and it's been great so far.” It will be held for two more Fridays this year, with the last one of the season happening on Sept. 27. “We've got a great indian summer here in the Bay Area,” Kagnoff says. “Life is short, enjoy it while it lasts. The season is short, enjoy it while it's lasting.”—Nick Rivelli
LOS GATOS FOOD FEST 4:30-9:30pm every Fri thru Sept. 27. at La Hacienda 18840 Saratoga-Los Gatos Rd., Los Gatos. facebook.com/LGFoodFest
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MARCO MAR RCO ANT ANTONIO ONIO SOLIS Sep 22 at SSAP AP Center
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JOSH GR GROBAN OBAN Oct 7 at a 7:30pm, SAP SAP Center
THIRTY THIR TY Y SE SECONDS CONDS T TO O MAR MARSS Oct 11 at 7pm, 7pm, SJSU SJSU Event Center
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LIONEL RICHIE Oct 17 at SSAP AP Center
PARAMORE P ARAMORE Oct 18 at SSAP AP Center
SSARAH ARAH BRIGHTMAN Oct 28 at SSAP AP Center
DAVE D AV VE MASON MASON Nov 2 at Montalvo Arts Center
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THE PLASTIC THEPLA STICCAR ARTS RTS Red Rock Coff Coffee ee Company, Comp panyy, Mountain View free Sat, 8pm, p fr ee Berkeley songwriter KKyle ylee M. TTerrizzi er e rizzi performs moniker perf orms under the mon niker The show, he’ll Plastic Arts. For this sho w, he ’ll be Medic (Kevin joined by SF’s Field Med ic (K evin from Sullivan fr om Rin TTin in TTiger) iger) and Insha’Allah (Picture San Jose’s Jose’s Insha ’Allah (P Picture Atlantic’s Bartunek).. The Plastic A tlantic ’s Nik Bartunek) Arts’ Arts’ debut album, A Academy caddemy Clonez
(2011), is a collection of acoustic express pop songs that expr e his heavyess about hearted ffeelings eelings abo ut love, along from with other personal details d fr om his life. lif e. Following A Academy cademy Clonezz, hhee released singles released several several sing ggles and EPs, all of which share same share the sa ame intimate view inside his soul. One O of the new songs is a gor gorgeous geous rre-recording e-recording of his song “I Hear the thhe Truth” Trruth” with award-winning songwriter award-winning song gwriter Jeff Campbell. Campbell. Red Rock will w be the ﬁrst stop on The Plastic Arts Arts’’ ffall tour,, A all tour which will ﬁnd him pperforming erforming at acoustic showcases up u and down the California California coast. (AD) (
LUNA PARK LUNA PAR ARK CHALK ART AR RT FESTIVAL FE STIV VA AL Backesto P Park, ark, San Jose Sat, 10am, Free Free Park TThe he LLuna una P ark Chalk Art Festival is
back ffor or its sixth year with music, drawn ffood, ood, and tons of art dr awn right on the sidewalk. The T ffestival estival takes pathways over the pathway ys of Backesto Park created P ark with chalk aart rt cr eated not artists, onlyy byy local artis sts, but students and community members m as well. In ffact, act, the whole w aim of the ffestival estival is to pr ppromote omote art in awareness schools and rraise aisee awar eness of the programs dismal funding ffor o art pr or ograms in Proceeds from public education. Pr oceeds fr om the Park the event go to th he LLuna una P ark Arts Foundation, which beneﬁts local schools and communities through grants and thr ough gr ants an nd sponsorships. theree will be Alongside the artt ther numerous trucks, numer ous ffood ood tr rucks, s plus music Dogcatcher,, by CCuatro uatro Con TTres, res, e Dogcatcher Embarrassing, This Is Embar rasssing, Ukulele Picturee A Atlantic more. Jams, Pictur tlaantic and mor e. (SL)
BEYONCÉ BE YONCÉ Dec 2 at SAP SAP Center
CRYSTAL CR RYSTAL BO BOWERSOX WERSO OX Dec 6 at Montalvo Arts Center
BLIND BO BOYS OYS OF ALABAMA ALABAMA Dec 12 at Montalvo Arts Center
THEE LE LEGEND GEND OF ZELD ZELDA A Dec 14 at 77:30pm, :30pm, San Jose Civic
A CHARLI CHARLIE IE BR BROWN OWN XMA XMASS W W// D DAVID AV VID BENOIT Dec 15 at Montalvo Arts Center
JUDY JUD Y CCOLLINS OLLINS Dec 16 at Montalvo Arts Center
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BLONDIE BL ONDIE Sep 20 at Montalvo Arts Center
Kiss of Skulls
CALAVERAS C A L AV ER A S B BOUNTY OU N T Y M Mexican exican illustrato illustrator or Jose Guadalupe P Posada osada is be best est known for his calaveras (skulls or ske skeletons), drawn charged. eletons), which are vividly dra awn and often politically charg ged.
V VivaFest iva i aF Fe est exhibition n celebrates work inﬂuential the w ork of inﬂuent tial illustrator Jose Posada J e Guadalupe G d l Posada o d BY B Y RICHARD RICHA ARD VON VON BUSACK BUSACK
ART ART TO OF F Viv VivaFest aFest is a show sh how of the artist Posada Mexican P osa ada at the M exican Consulate Con nsulate in San JJose, ose,, in honor of o the centenary of his death. deatth. A gringo wrote my favorite favoritte description Posada: the New New Yorker Yo orker of Posada: Jose eph Mitchell, who writer Joseph sighte ed Posada’s Posada’s work ﬁrst sighted Kahlo a ’s room at the in Frida Kahlo’s Barbizon-P Plaza in New New York. York. Barbizon-Plaza “Thumb-- ttacked “Thumb a ked ack e all along the w walls alls a suite weree some vvery odd off the h hotel h l su uite i wer eery o dd engravings printed cheapest engra avings v pri inted on the cheap est kind newsprint, wrote. of ne wsprint,” Mitchell wr ote. "‘Jose Posada, "‘J ose Guadalupe Guad dalupe P osada,,’ Kahlo said, ‘Mexican. almost rreverently. ever e en ntlyy. ‘Me exxiccan. a 1852-1913 … They sensational happenings The ey show sen nsational happ enings that took streets eets to ok place place in Mexico Mexxico City—in Me Citty—in — str markets and in mark keetts and in churches churches and in
bedr bedrooms. e ooms. And the they ey wer weree sold on th the he streets byy p peddlers pennies. ’" st treets b eddlers ffor o or p ennies.’" Mitchell added, ““the the majorit majority ty of the engravings weree of animated th he engra avvings wer skeletons sk keeletons mimicking living human beings many b e eings engaged in man ny kinds of human most hu uman activities … what I ffound o ound mo ost astonishing about was as stonishing ab out them w aas that all of them weree humor humorous Testament th hem wer ous … Old T eestam ment humor, particularly hu umor, par ticularly the humor in Proverbs Ecclesiastes. Gogolian Pr roveerbs and Ec ccclesiastes. Go golian humor. humor. hu umor. Brueghelian humor r.” Consulate’s byy The C onsulate’s show is curated b San Francisco-based husband-and-wife Sa an Francisc o-based husband-and-wi wiffe Nikas Maryanne ccollectors o ollectors JJim im i Nik kaas and Mar yanne Brady, B radyy, who have haave the largest largest private collection of the artist’s U.S. collection o artist’s works in the U .S . . Nikas documentary N Nik kaas is also working on a do cumen nttaary about Posada Revolutions. ab bout P osada d titled i l d Art A t andd R evolutio ol ti ns. Nikas paleontologist N Nik kaas is a paleontolo gist in the oil business started bu usiness who st arted ccollecting o ollecting the artist Arcasio Vanegas ar rtist after meeting Ar casio V aanegas Arroyo, third the A Arr oyo, of the thir d generation of th he printing family. Posada pr rinting family y. “Much of the P osadaa survives today was published w work that sur vivvees to daay w aas publish hed byy Arcasio’s grandfather, Nikas says, b Arcaasio o’s grandfather r,” Nik kaas sa ays y,
work Posada ““though though most of the wo ork P osada did doesn’t bear name.. He worked do esn n’’t b ear his name H work keed ffor o or newspapers. some 50 ne wspapers.” periodicals like The p eriodiccaals had names n lik ke Fandango, Macaw, Diabolito El Fandango go, The Macaw w, El Diab olitto Rojo. Posada was journeyman R oojo. P osada w aas a journ neeyman y who whatever was illustrated whate eveer w a ccalled as alled a ffor. o or. advantage editors “The advant taage to ed ditors is that he ccould ould o add details details to a photo of the front, Emma Bonilla front,, as needed. Helia E Reyna, artt historian in Mexico City, R eyyna,, an ar i Me exxico Cit ty, lawsuit byy just ffound o ound eevidence vidence of a la aw wsuit b Posada didn’t pay P osada against someonee who didn n’t ’ pa ay Wee can from the papers him. W can a see fr om th he pap ers how worked, byy rreading he work keed,, b eading this t ccontract, ontract,, a was wanted. was description of what w as as w anted He w aanted. aas a tremendously tremendously talented talented d guy—you guyy—yo ou told wanted, him what he w aanted,, he’d hee’d make mak ke it ffor o or says. yyou, ou,” Nikas o Nik kaas sa ayys. demonstrates Posada’s This show demonstra ates P osadaa’s engravings: gift ffor o or rrealistic ealistic engra avvin ngs: in honor Mexican day, of Me exxican Independence Independen nce da ay, the display displa ay includes a rreverent eveerent e illustration Hidalgo,, drap draped of Father Hidalgo e in bunting ed September ffor or the Septemb o er holiday. holid daay. Elsewhere Elsewhere is Posada, an unusually tender P ossada,, of a soldier goodbye, ki i a woman go kissing odb bye, and d the h original zinc plate of a holy-card h y-caarrd sized holy Virgin Guadalupe. V ir i gin of Guadalup e. display The displa ay includes a rroom oom full of byy ar artists inﬂuenced byy P Posada, work b tists inﬂuenc ceed b osada, Fuentes, Lalo Alcaraz including JJuan uan R. F uenttes, L alo Alc caaraz Hernandez, best and Ester Hernande z,, b est known ffor or her famous work off pr o otest,, the protest,
sk keleton e lad dy adv veertising “Sun Mad skeleton lady advertising Raisins Im mages g of b on ny mic ce lampoon lamp poon Raisins..” Images bony mice the Disne eyﬁ yﬁcation of Me exxican culture. culture. Disneyﬁcation Mexican P osadaa’s inﬂ ﬂuencce is to o widely spr ead Posada’s inﬂuence too spread in Me exxican n ar Mexican artt to sum up in brief brief,f, but Or ozco, Kahlo Kaahlo and Riv vera e (who wrote wrote Orozco, Rivera a long essa ay of tribute) wer fans. And essay weree fans. Ser gei Eisen nstein n’s ﬁlm Que Viv va Mexic Sergei Eisenstein’s Viva Mexicoo includes an n image of P osadaa’s most Posada’s famous pic cture, “L Calaavera e Catrina, Catrina,” picture, “Laa Calavera a charmingg if simp ering dead lady in a simpering ccartwheel artw wheel hat. h Ther n’t ’t one single characteristic Theree isn isn’t of Posada’s Posadaa’s work,, but as artist artist Artemio Artemio R odriguez wrote, w ote, ““A wr A large large part part of Rodriguez P osadaa’s wo ork w aas ab out crime Posada’s work was about crime,, the mor etttter.” W n’t ’ see moree lurid the b better. Wee don don’t much at th he C onsulate of P osadaa’s the Consulate Posada’s illustration ns of blo ody mur derr, usually illustrations bloody murder, instigated or o aided b deevvils. byy grinning devils. The show w emphasizes the P osada Posada most know w: the antic sk keeletons. know: skeletons. P osada w aassn n’’t the ﬁrst to do them. In Posada wasn’t the late 184 40s, ther aas a Daumier r1840s, theree w was Daumierinﬂuenc ed journal of p olitical satir inﬂuenced political satiree in Me exic x o Cit ty ccalled aalled El C aalav veera, whose Mexico City Calavera, masc ot w as as a living sk keeleton. This mascot was skeleton. pr edecessorr didn n’t ’ have haave the vividness predecessor didn’t of the P osaada ccalaveras. ala a aveeras. A kaas says, saays y, Posada Ass Nik Nikas P osadaa’s skeletons sk keletons e “leap off the page Posada’s page..” The antic sk keeletons, preening, preeningg, gone skeletons, acourting, riding bicy yccles and strut ttting a-courting, bicycles strutting their stuff ar aaree her e: the eyy’rre o veerdrreessed, here: they’re overdressed, lamp oonin ng the Europeanized Eurro opeanized fancyfancyylampooning b oys y and gi irls in the klepto cratic boys girls kleptocratic Pr esident Diaz’ D Meexxico City. Citty. There’s There’s President Diaz’ss Mexico p olitical pr o otest th political protest in his image of nor north of the b order d “Ku “K Ku Kus Ku us Klanes”” on their border w tty mement to mori aarning night ride; wit witty memento mori,, w warning that to daayy’s sswankster wankster a is tomorr ow’s today’s tomorrow’s ccorpse. orpse. A ee in one of the ttwo wo w surviving surviving Ass we se see photos of him, h , Posada Posada w aas prosperous prosperous was enough to ha ave a studio with his name have in ffoot-tall oott--tall let ttters outside aas letters outside.. But it w was har dly a we ealth hy lif fe. He w aas widowed, widowed hardly wealthy life. was and his son n died b effo ore him of ttyphoid. yphoid. y before R eeportedlyy, Posada Posada w aas ccarried arried a off b Reportedly, was byy a sur feeit off tequila during an annual surfeit spr ee; he w aas buried in what is officially spree; was describ ed as a a “sixth-class “sixth-class gra ave” and described grave” w aas eevicted victed d eeven veen from from that. The was whereabou uts of his b ones ar whereabouts bones aree unknown ffor o or ccertain. ertaain. Posada’s Posadaa’s post-mortem postt--mortem triumph is a tribute to the spirit of his ar t— —he’s b e dead 10 een 0 yyears eears and he ’s art—he’s been 100 he’s still astonis hingg. astonishing. MON-FRI 10am3pm 408.213.2250 vivafest.org vivafest.org
A CENT CENTENARIO ENARIO POSADA POS ADA EXHIBITION Mexican Mexic an Consulate, 2125 Zanker Rd., San Jose
ARTS TS metroactive metr oactive AR ANDMIS AND MISSSREARDON REARDON DRINKSS A LITTLE DRINK Dragon Productions Dragon Productions presents presents three a dark comedy about thr ee their sisters coming to grips with th eir mother’s mother ’s loss—and a numberr secrets. of dark secr ets. Thu-Sat,, 8pm, $16-$35. Sun,, 2pm. Thru Sep 22.. $16-$3 5. City. Redwood City y.
CABARET CAB ARET Broadway by the Bay pr Broadway presents esentss KKander ander & Ebb’s Ebb’s classic,, set in prepreWWII W WII Berlin.. Sat,, 2 & 8pm,, Sun,, 2pm. Thru Sep 29.. $35-$55.. Fox Foox Theatre, Theatr e, Redwood City. Cityy.
presents Shakespeare’s presents Shakespeare’s tale of nobles who ﬁnd themselves shipwrecked shipwr ecked on an enchanted isle. Fri-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm. Pear Avenue Theatre, Thru Oct 6.. P ear A venue v Theatr e, View.. Mountain View
*opera *oper ra FFALSTAFF ALSTAFF Operaa San Jose pr Oper presents esents V Verdi’s erdi di’ss operaa inspir inspired Shakespearee oper ed by a Shakespear character. char acter. Fri, 8pm, Sun, 3pm. Thru Sep 22.. $51-$111. California California Theatre, Theatr e, San Jose.
THE DRUNKEN DRUNKEN CITY
Renegade Theatr Theatree Experiment presents about pr esents a comedy/drama comedy/drama abo out three thr ee brides-to-be whose livess aree turned upside down after ar one of them has an encounter stranger. Thuwith a handsome str anger. Thu uSat, 8pm, Sun, 7pm. Thru Sep 28. 2 $10-$25. San Jose.
CANTOR CANT OR AR ARTS TS CENTER
THE FFANTASTICKS ANT TASTICKS Musical about two ffamilies amilies that thaat arrange ar range a love match betweenn children pretending their childr en by pr etending to presented Altos ffeud, eud, pr esented by the LLos os Al toos Company. 8pm, SStage tage Company y. Wed-Sat, Wed-Sat,, 8pm m, $18-$36. Sun, 3pm.. Thru Sep 29. $18-$3 36. Bus Barn Theater Theater,r, LLos Altos. os Al tos tos.
IN THE HEIGHT HEIGHTSS Palo Al Palo Alto to Players present present a three generations musical about thr ee gener ations living in a Dominican NYC. neighborhood in NY C.. Fri-Sat, 29. 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm. Thru Sep 29 9. Theatre, Palo Alto. LLucie ucie SStern tern Theatr e, P alo Al to.
MAKING GOD LAUGH MAKINGGODLA UGH TTabard aabard Theatre Theatre Company pr presents esents premiere the West West Coast pr emiere of a pplayy that ffollows ollows a family’s family’s y through story thr ough 30 years of ffamily amilyy celebrations. celebr ations.. Fri-Sat,, 8pm,, Sun, Theatre 2pm. Thru Oct 6.. $10-$35. Thea tre Pedro Square, on San P edro Squar e,, San Jose.
PIPPIN A young prince seek seekss his happiness in this classic presented musical pr esented by Sunnyvale Sunnyvaale 8pm, Community Players Fri-Sat,, 8p pm, Sun,, 2:30pm. $11-$24. $11-$24. Thru Octt 6. Sunnyvale.
SPAMALOT SP PA AMALOT Hillbarn Theatre Theatre pr presents esents the inspired musical inspir ed by Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Grraail. Thu Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2pm. Thru Sep 22. 2 $21-$38.. Foster City. Cityy.
THE TEMPE TEMPEST ST Pear P ear A Avenue venue Theatr Theatree Companyy
“Faith Embodied: Saints From Fr om the Renaissance to the Enlightenment.”” A show of 17. prints. Ends Nov 17 7. “Manet Graphic and the Gr aphic Arts in France, France, 1860-1880.” 17. Wed18601880.”” Ends Nov 17 7. W edSun, 11am-5pm, Thu,, 11am-8pm. SStanford. tanford.
STAGE TRITON TRIT ON MUSEUM OF AR ART T Works by West Works West Valley Valley and Faculty. Mission College Facul ty. Ends Sep 8. TTue-Wed ueu Wed and Fri-Sun, 11am-9pm. 11am-5pm, Thu, 11am9pm. Clara. Santa Clar a.
GALLERIES BRUNI BR UNI GALLER GALLERY RY Jazz-related art by Bruni Sablan. Jazz-related Mon-Sat, 1-6pm. Mon-Sat Mon Sat,, 11-6pm 6pm.. San Jose. Jose
DOWNTOWN DO WNTOWN Y YOGA OGA SHALA “SHIFT,,”” new work by Melissa “SHIFT,” Kreisa. Kr eisa. San Jose.
EMPIRE SE SEVEN VEN SSTUDIOS TUDIOS “Instinct,”” new work workss by John Barrick Bar rick and Abel Gonzalez. Thru Oct 3. TTue-Fri, uue-Fri, noon-6pm,, Sat, noon-4pm or by appointment. San Jose.
MACLA MA CLA “De Esper Esperanza anza Y De Locura,” Locura,” a group workss by gr oup exhibition of work Latino artists who delve into migration migr ation and immigration immigration issues as a ﬂight of both hope insanity. and insanity y. San Jose.
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“Reduce,, Reuse, Re-imagine,” workss cr created from om objects work eated fr from rrescued escued fr om the waste stream—items str eam—items disposed of as trash tr ash rrather ather than rrecyclables ecyclables by l l rresidents local esidents id t andd businesses. b i Ends Feb. 2. TTue-Sun, uue-Sun,, 11am-4pm. Clara. Santa Clar a.
“Simply Put.”” artwork by Mr Mr.. Jeremiah Harada. Jer emiah Har ada.. San Jose.
HISTOR HISTORY RY MUSEUM GATOS OF LLOS OS GA ATOS “Evolution of Gr Green: een: Environmental Activism Envir onmental A ctivism in the Claraa V Valley.” Santa Clar aalleyy.” .” Ends Sep 30. LLos os Gatos.
SSAN AN JOSE MUSEUM OF AR ART RT ““Around Ar A ound the TTable able a SStage tage One— Epilogue.”” Ends April Jitish KKallat: allat:: Epilogue. Epilogue “Breaking Ground: 20.. “Br eaking Gr ound:: Gifts From From Drew KKatie atie & Dr ew Gibson.. Ends Oct “Timelapse: 20.. “T imelapse:: Doug Hall and the Western W estern Landscape.”” Ends Oct From 20.. “Questions Fr om the Sky: Sky:: New Work W ork by Hung Liu.”” Ends Sep 29. “Swans, Sirens.” “S wans,, SSwine wine and Sir ens.”” Artists Greek mythology. inﬂuenced by Gr eek mythology y. Ends Dec 1. TTue-Sun, ue-Sun, u , 11am-5pm, closed Mon.. San Jose.
SAN JOSE MUSEUM OF SAN QUILTS TEXTILESS QUIL LTS & TEXTILE “Collecting New York York o Beauty Quilts: Quil ts:: Bill Volckening’s Voolckening’s Passion.” Passion.” 27. Ends Oct 27 7. “Out of Chaos,”” in the newly named “Yvonne’s “Yvonne’s Place”” gallery gallery, group oup of Place y, a gr asymmetrical quil quilts ts by Linda Wed-Sun, TToeniskoetter. ooeniskoetter. W ed-Sun, 10am5pm. San Jose.
SEEING THING THINGSS GALLERY GALLER RY “Second TTime's ime's a Charm,” a exposuree photogr photography double exposur aphy show, workss by Michael show w, with work Crabtree, Lancaster,, Beau Cr abtree,, CCarson arson Lancaster Brook, Roulette,, Joe Br ook,, Jai TTanju, aanju, Hirano Sam Milianta, TTaro aaro Hir ano and Greg Gr eg Hunt. TTue-Fri, uue-Fri,, 11am-7pm, 11am--7pm, 7 Thirdd SSt,t, Sat, noon-6pm.. 30 N. Thir San Jose.
SSTUDIO TUDIO R ROCK OCK CLIMBING GGYM YM Excerpt of CCatalogue atalogue by Jor Jordan dan Maliksi. Malik si.. San Jose.
WORKS W ORKS SSAN AN JOSE “Those Who Bear Witness,” sculpture, photography, sculptur e,, photogr aphyy, and site-speciﬁc installation by Guy Pederson, P ederson,, Eisabeth Benjamin, Merchant, John Mer chant,, and Daniel Merchant. Mer chant. San Jose.
*events *e eveents THE NIGHT MARKET Food truck trucks, s,, live music.. Fri-Sat, 6-11pm. 6-111pm. Thru Sep 29.. San Jose Flea Market Mabury Road parking lot.
DOWNTOWN DO WNTOWN CAMPBELL Third Friday Artwalk. Visit with Third exploree boutiques artists and explor and galleries.Fri, 6-9pm. 6-9pm. E. Ave. CCampbell ampbell A ve.
LIVING LEGEND In San Jose Rep’s ‘One Night With Janis Joplin,’ Kacee Clanton stars as Joplin.
A Piece of Her Heart WHEN KACEE CLANTON ﬁrst emerges onstage wearing Janis Joplin's iconic hippie attire, I think, “Hey, she kind of looks like Janis Joplin.” When she begins to sing, I thought, “Damn, she really sounds like Janis Joplin.” That's about all a person needs to know: this musical promises “One Night With Janis Joplin” and, thanks to Clanton’s near-perfect impersonation, it delivers. The raspy voice, the earthy stage presence and the One Night passionate, bluesy wailing are gloriously impressed into With Janis Joplin songs like “Down on Me,” “Piece of My Heart,” “Me & Bobby McGee” and, best of all, a scorching rendition of “Ball and Chain.”
Runs through Oct. 6 at San Jose Rep,101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose. $28-$79
There isn't much of a plot to speak of. In between songs, in dialogue peppered generously with the words “like” and “man,” Janis reminisces on her childhood in 408.367.7255 Texas, her whirlwind career and, above all, her musical or sjrep.com inﬂuences. Biographical details are rather scant, with Joplin's drug addiction and eventual, fatal overdose only vaguely hinted at. This isn't entirely a bad thing: the show is intended more as a tribute to her music than as a detailed portrait of her life and, overall, it's much closer to an actual rock concert than it is to musicals like Jersey Boys or The Buddy Holly Story. The music is where this production really shines, not only in re-creations of Joplin's most notable songs, but also in the music that inspired them. Tiffany Mann appears as “The Blues Singer,” a ﬁgure representing Bessie Smith, Nina Simone and other great names of black music. With “Spirit in the Dark,” Mann and Clanton even give us a fantasy Aretha Franklin/Janis Joplin duet. Also present are backup singers Cari Hutson (who plays Janis in select performances), Shinnerrie Jackson and Tricky Jones, as well as a ﬁne band that includes guitars, drums and a horn section. The ensemble switches effortlessly from blues to soul to psychedelia—for example, when it comes to Gershwin's “Summertime,” we get the jazzy Porgy and Bess version, followed by Big Brother & the Holding Company's version, punctuated by Hunter St. Marie's screaming electric guitar. While the play has some thematic shortcomings, pointing these out seems like nitpicking in the face of such powerful performances by Clanton and company. Imbued with the raw power of a live rock & roll show, One Night With Janis Joplin will give any canned jukebox musical a run for its money.—Sean Conwell
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chalk art live music arts and crafts food trucks entertainment BEDTIME STORIES The ‘What’s Under the Bed’ show includes Donny Foley’s whimsical monsters.
www.lunaparkchalkart.org Proceeds from this event support local artists and youth arts programs Supported, in part, by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San Jose
Monster Mashup MONSTERS UNDER THE BED are a common occurrence in many households. It’s a familiar phenomenon that Donny Foley and Mark Damrel showcase in “What's Under the Bed,” their new show at the KALEID Gallery.
“What's Under the Bed”
In the dual show, Foley's cartoon-like paintings of monsters are side-by-side with Damrel's darker versions of what he thinks is under the bed.
Thru Sep 27 KALEID Gallery, San Jose. Tue-Sat, noon to 7pm
Foley, who works at Kaleid, says he met Damrel for the ﬁrst time at a show last year. They hit it off and came up with an idea to do a joint show with a monster theme.
“We were throwing around themes, and we decided it's got to be monsters because there's just so much you can do,” says Foley. “It's literally endless. You can pull whatever you want out of your imagination.” Foley uses acrylic paints to create colorful versions of what would normally be a frightening subject for people. “I like my characters to be a little short and fat,” Foley says. Damrel's paintings, however, are the darker version of what someone could see when running through a nightmare. “I like the contrast between the two,” Damrel says, who works as an architect full-time. “Mine tend to be darker for some reason. I thought it would be a good counterpoint against each other.” Damrel has been showing art since 2007, and he says this event has the most pieces he's exhibited in a while. “I was trying to think of ideas that weren't just monsters but could be a scary situation. It was really fun, but it was difficult,” he says. “It's a fun and humorous look at the darker side of life.”—Nick Rivelli
SOME S OME VINE V INE MESS MESS The T demanding P Paul aul de M Marseul arseu ul (Niels Arestrup) schemes to ensure that his son won’t empire. n won ’t take over his wine emp pire pire.
In In You You o Will Will i Be My Son, Son n,, the th he head of a winemaking winemakin ng estate plans to hand it all off to someone s other than t his son BY B Y RICHARD V VON O N BUSACK BUSACK
HERE’S SO HERE’S SOMETHING M METHIN G SINISTER about ab bout the wine business. business. I’m not the only y one who laments how the big money came in, replacing g the funk and haphazard charm haphazard ch harm of the old-time Wine Country Cou untry in Northern Northern California. Californ nia. With the h perfecting f i off the h wine, i a creepy feudalistt strain strain in the emerged, visible in manors and castles, castle es, and the vineyards vineyards sprawling sprawliing from horizon to horizon. horizon. The drily wit witty ty yet yet engr eengrossing ossing
You Y oou W Will ill i Bee My Son Son,, set in Franc France, e, attuned persistent is very very at tu uned to that p ersistent pretended ffeudalism: eeudalism: “Things pr etended tto o change,” (Patrick change ,” says saayys François François (P atrick right-hand Chesnais), the dying right -hand man French estate. on a Fr ench est ate. lord The lor d of a multi-million Euro vineyard Eur o vine y d is Paul yar Paul de Marseul Arestrup, moree squashed, (Niels Ar esstrup, a mor stern-looking Rutger stern-lo okiing vversion ersion of R u utger He’s ogre, Hauer). He e’s plainly an o gre, whose was byy a long stint nastiness w as rreﬁned eﬁned b Admittedly, he’s in JJesuit esuit school. scho ol. A dmittedlyy, he ’s a virile,, charming ogre, virile charming o gre, with human he’s failings: he e’s disgustingly ffetishistic eetishistic about 2000-Euro shoes, ab out his 20 2 0 0-Euro sho es, which Hennessy. he polishes polishess with daubs of Henness y. Wee meett this imp impossible ossible man W ﬂashback: we’re attending in ﬂashbac k: we ’re at tending his cremation beginning You emation at the b cr eginning of Yo u Will Son.. The son Mar Martin W iill Be My Son tin (Loran Deutsch) bemused (L oran Deu utsch) is b emused to
learn that the old man man’s ’s ccoffin offin was was made of a kind of oak thatt his father alw always ayys hated to taste taste in his wine. wine. We Marseul’ss sort: We know de Marseul’ sor t: he’s breaks son’s he’s the kind who br eaks his so on’s back and then sneers at him ffor o or spinelessness. Director spinelessness. Dir ector Gilles Legrand Balzac-like track—I Legrand ttakes akes a Balzac -like tra ck k— —I mean in Balzac Balzac’s Balzac’s insistence insistence that thaat behind great great behind eevery very gr eat ffortune o or tune is a gr eat crime. lord estate has crime. This lor d of his est ate ha as a ready raree frui fruits ready vvocabulary ocabular y of rar its and textures describee his wi wine; textures to describ ine; this mystiﬁcation turn mystiﬁcation helps him tu urn his back on the unignorable fa fact act world’ss win wine that the rrest est of the world’ ne is improving. Paul’s improving. The rigidity rigidity of P aul’s standards narrowness standards disguises his narr own ness of mind. He verbally down verbally slaps dow wn someone’s “Unlike someone’s bid ffor o or ssympathy: ympathy: “U Unlike you, mercy.” you, wine has no mer cyy.” The crisis in his assist assistant François’ ant Fra ançois’ health advanc advances François es the plot: Fran nçois is dying of pancr pancreatic eatic ccancer, ancer, but b his timing is bad. It It’s before ’s a ffew ew weeks b effo ore the harvest. harvest. Because Because of François’ François’ declining health, his son Philip p
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worked rreturns. eturns. Philip has work w ed in the New Zealand wine business in N ew Z ealand and Chile.. It It’s was Chile ’s said he w a most rrecently as ecently Coppola a head-man at C opp p ola in Napa, he’s lostt his job ffor though he ’s just los o or leaving giving notice. lea avving without giv ving notic e. Ass pla played byy Nic Nicolas A ayed b o Bridet, olas Philip is a head ttaller alleer than de Marseul’ss natural so son, he’s Marseul’ on, and he ’s moree efficient, far mor moree inspir inspired mor m ed moree arr arrogant. and ccertainly er tainly mor ogant. Old into de Marseul gets it in nto his head, as Philip,, “The he tells Philip Thee land has chosen choicee ma may yyou”—and ou”—and that thiss choic ay mean ignoring the natural line of succession Marseuls.. suc cession of the dee Marseuls It’s impossible It ’s imp ossible to imagine Deutsch’s Martin becoming Deutsch ’s Mar tin b e oming an ideal ec put-upon to put -upon sons eeverywhere. verywhere. The accentuates actor ac centuates a small chin, and nervous, tight-pressed a ner vous, tight -pressed e mouth. Martin Mar tin is a rrecreational ecreatio onal runner who keeps crossing dapper father’ss k eeps cr ossing his dapp d er father’ shortt pants path while wearingg shor Nikes, looks likee a and Nik es, so that he h lo oks lik schoolboy disgrace. Likee wine wine,, scho olb oy in disgra ace. Lik You Will sometimes Y oou W ill i Be My Son iiss mercy department, lacking in the mer c depar cy tment, Martin and Mar tin almost ccomes omes off as he’s apart, a ttwerp: werp: when he ’s torn apar t, Dean-style, JJames ames Deanstyle, he h drinks, drinks, snarls about and then fforgets o orgets ab b out it. This qualityy do doesn’t interfere weakling qualit o esn’t inter fer e e rather, with the drama; rat ther, it ccolors olors the predicament. pr edicament. ament third The last thir d is a letdown; we wanted w anted a grander ccomeuppance o omeuppanc e wine-making We’ve ffor o or the wine -makin ng ttyrant. yrant. W e’ve he’s ﬁnally had it when he ’s made a Chevalier, Martin Che valier, insults Mar M tin in the newspaper ne wspap er and ccelebrates eleebrates his various misdeeds w with a pur purchase chase new 3000-Euro of ne w 30 00-Euro sho sshoes: es: ““Available Avvailable Cabernet, Gamay,” in C ab ernet, Merlott and Gama ay,” salesman Hermès.. murmurs the salesm man at Hermès The ﬁlm amuses with its ttart, art, t sardonic incidents.. These sar donic incidents T include parrying frequent the parr ying of the fr equent dickwielding byy Martin’s dick wielding b Maar tin’s goodgo odlooking wife Alicee ((Anne lo oking yyet et acrid w iffe Alic Anne Marivin) whom eeveryone ver e yone tries to around. You Will push ar ound. Y oou W iill Be My Son sharp throwaway is studded with shar rp thr owaway lines,, as when a do doctor lines c ctor in a Bordeaux hospital Bor deaux hospit al turns t down a “Rarely duty, drink: “Rar ely on du uty, and never never in glass.” a ccafeteria affeeteria t i glass l .”
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Kismet I OWE Nicholas Roeg, in his The Man Who Fell to Earth, for citing the Brueghel painting â€œThe Fall of Icarusâ€? at the big museum in Brussels, as well his quoting of W. H. Audenâ€™s poem about it, â€œMusĂŠe des Beaux-Arts.â€? Very enlightening to a dumb kid who had just come to see David Bowie. Writing about ďŹ lm, I try to avoid the word â€œbeautiful.â€? Itâ€™s such a soppy, indistinct term. Seeing Jem Cohenâ€™s Museum Hours, itâ€™s sorely tempting to use it. Maybe Museum Hours just needs to be called â€œspecial.â€? Like Russian Ark, itâ€™s one of the rare, intriguing subset of ďŹ lms about the interior of a museum. The narrator is a nigh-elderly guard Johann (Bobby Sommer) a former rock roadie. For several years he has worked in Viennaâ€™s Kunsthistorisches Museum, and the museum has apparently rendered him bemused. In what is more like a premise than a plot, Anne, a MontrĂŠalaise, has come to Vienna to tend her comatose cousin. She knows no one in the city, and she is at loose ends. This visitor is played by Mary Margaret Oâ€™Haraâ€”a cult singer/ songwriter, easily recognizable from voice alone as Catherine Oâ€™Haraâ€™s sister
Johann tells us how he befriended Mary, getting her a walk-in pass to the museum, and eventually volunteering to guide her around the city. Itâ€™s a different Vienna than weâ€™ve ever seen in moviesâ€” more grit, leaden skies, pigeons, slushy streets, a fast food stand called â€œKismetkebab,â€? a Museum Hours Wienerwald of frozen grass, a bust of Salus that Unrated; some passing jackass has 107 min. Opens Fri given a cigarette butt to smoke. The museum, where we spend most of the ďŹ lm, has a famous collection of Pieter Brueghel the Elder, including â€œThe Tower of Babelâ€? and â€œThe Peasant Wedding.â€? A female guide leads us through, suggesting (to a restless tour groupâ€”one is checking his cell phone) that this matchlessly democratic painter was the ďŹ rst documentary maker. Unlike the ship Auden wrote about, Museum Hours doesnâ€™t have somewhere to go. Yet I grew to love this sensitive and conversational ďŹ lm, because ofâ€”instead of despiteâ€”its seemingly anti-cinematic elements, its blackouts, its heavy narration, its focus on the stillness of art and its insistence on the beauty of loneliness.â€”Richard von Busack
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s Bassnectar, Ba assnectarr, L Lorin orin Ashton Ash ton produces in an amorphous amo orphous style with signature drops,, sign nature bass drops rhythmic tempo ranges t ranges and a genre-bending genre-bending blend of dubstep, d b dubstep , hip-hop hi h and h d metal, l inspired in n part by his formative years in San Jose's Jose's heavy met metal tal scene. Sincee emer Sinc emerging rging as a p popular opular DJ at Burning Man, M , the pr o ducer has producer gone on to p e fo er orm at most major perform
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9:30pm--11:30am:: Live bands. 9:30pm-1:30am: Free. over.. Fremont. Fr ee.. 21 and over Fremont.
LILLY LILL LY MAC'S MAC'S Fri,, 9:30pm:: Urgent, Urgent,, Foreigner Foreigner TTribute rribute Band.. Sunnyvale.
MOJO MO OJJO LLOUNGE OUNGE Thur:: DJ Mist. Fri:: John â€œBluesâ€? â€œBluesâ€? Boyd.. Sat:: ROckin Johnny Burgin. Burgin. Fremont. All shows 9:30pm, 9:30pm, $5. $5. Fr emont emont.
Fri,, 9pm:: SSwingin wingin Utters, The Forgotten, For gotten, The Bedlam Knives. $13-$15. $13 -$15.. San Jose.
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Wed:: DJ P Wed: Patt. att. Thu & Fri:: Sexy Back.. Sat:: SStompBox. tompBox.. Sun:: RB3. ampbell. CCampbell.
BRIT ARMS ALMADEN Wed:: Brittaniaâ€™s Wed: Brittaniaâ€™s Got TTalent, aalent,, six week talent competition. Thu:: DJ D Peelers. Groove FF.I.U. ..I.U. I U. Fri: F i The Th P eelers. l . Sat: S t: Gr G oove Nugget.. Sun:: Sunday Funday day. Football, All day y. 10pm:: Karaoke. Karaokee. San Jose.
BRIT BRITANNIA TANNIAARMS A ARMS DOWNTOWN DO OW WNTOWN Thu:: DJ Aar Aaron on â€œEâ€?.. Every Fri & DJ.. San Jose. Sat:: Live DJ
Sat,, 5:30pm:: KKathy athy GrifďŹ n.. $45$125.. Saratoga. Saratoga.
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Sat, 7pm:: Music on the P Patio: atio: Altos. Charles Wheal. LLos os Al tos.
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Fri, 7pm:: Brubeck Br Brothers others Quartet.. Sat, 4pm:: SSt.t.. Michael TTrio. rrio.. Sun,, 6:30pm: The Eulipions. San Jose. Sat, 8pm: P Paolozzi aolozzi TTango aango TTrio. rrio. San Jose.
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Every Thu 6:30-9:30pm 6:30-9:30pm & Fri, 7:30-10:30pm: 7:3010:30pm:: Live music.. All Ages.. Free. Free.. Los Los Gatos
THE X B BAR AR Thu,, 9pm:: Cover bands. Fri,, 9pm: DJ Music.. $5.. Sat, 8pm:: Baeza, Hyphy, Domz,, Lil Miss Hyphy y, Trip Trrip LLo, o, Mikey, Mikey y, SBR and Kaligraphy, Kaligraphyy, DeeTeeAce DeeT TeeA e Ace $20-$40.. Mon-Wed Mon-Wed KKaraoke araoke 9pm.. Homestead Bowl, CCupertino. upertino.
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Thu, 10pm:: DJ Mike Schwindt. $10.. Fri, 8pm:: Salsa,, bachata, merengue, mer engue,, cha cha cha, rhumba. $15.. Sat,, 7pm:: Speak of the Devil, Rat Bastard, Bastard,, Rock On Broadway. Broadwayy. $12-$14. City. $12 -$14.. 21+.. Sun, Redwood City y.
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Get Wet Tour
plus Seven Lions also Candyland !DV $RS s $RS PM 3HOW PM Thursday, September 19Â‹In the Atrium s AGES 21+
TERRAPLANE SUN plus The CofďŹ s
plus The Redlight District Brothers $RS ONLY s PM PM
Friday, September 20Â‹AGES 16+ $22 Adv./ $27 Drs. Drs. 8 p.m./ Show 9 p.m. &RIDAY 3EPTEMBER Â‹In the Atrium s AGES 16+
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JOHN BEAVER Birthday Bash
plus Ross FM also Sam F and Tyler Jackson, Tomas Phan
Saturday, September 21Â‹ AGES 16+
Thu, 5pm: The Next Wednesday Wednesday Pamela Band. Fri,, 8:30pm:: P amela Rose.. Sat,, 8:30pm:: Lavay Smith Quartet.. San Jose.
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Wed, 8pm:: Salsa. Thu,, 9pm: Wed, Banda. Sun:: Reggae Vybez. Vybez.. Sun: Reggae Night San Jose.
Fri, 9:30pm:: Philâ€™n the Blank Blanks. s. Sunnyvale.
ANGELICAâ€™S ANGELICA Aâ€™â€™SBIS BISTRO ST TRO
Every Wed, Wed,, 8-11pm: 8-11pm:: Jazz jam.
Wed, W ed,, 8pm:: Salsa P Party. artyy. $10-$15.
Thursday, September 19Â‹ AGES 18+
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Thu, 7pm:: Madylan Rose.. Fri, Riley. 7pm:: Dog House Riley y. Fri, 9pm:Jake Nielson TTrio. rrio.. Sat, 7pm: Jeffrey Jeffr ey Jones.. Sat, 9pm:: Real 2 Real.. Sun, 5:30pm: p : Michael TTurner. uurner. San Jose.
Fri:: Live music.. Santa Clara. Clara.
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Fri-Sat 8pm: Thriving Artistsâ€™ Artistsâ€™ Showcase.. Sun,, 4pm:: Blues jam. Saratoga. atoga. Sar g
Fri,, 8pm:: InďŹ rmities, Sad Boy Sinister,r, Custom Sinister Custom Fit.. $5-$10, 21+. Sat,, 8pm:: 408 Habitat, Wet Wet PROJECKT2. Bandits,, PRO OJECKT2.. $5-$10, Gilroy. 21+. Gilr oyy.
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Wed,, 6:30pm:: Club Fox Blues Wed, Jam: TTerry eerry Hanck,, 21+,, $5. Thu, 10pm:: DJ Mike Schwindt, 21+, $10.. Sat,, 7pm:: Speak of the Devil, Devvil, Bastard, Broadway, oadwayy, Rat Bastar d, Rock on Br $12-$14. City. 21+,, $12 -$14.. Redwood City y.
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Every second Thu, Thu, 7:30pm:: Jazz Warehouse W arehouse Jazz Jam. Free; Free; donations rrequested. equested.. San Jose.
NETOâ€™S NET Oâ€™S MARKET & GRILL
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Wed,, 7pm:: Duo Br Wed, Brothers. others. Thu, 8:30pm:: Out of the Blue.. Sat, Rusty. 9pm:: Rusty y. Sun, Sun, 6pm:: Joe Ferrara. Fer rara.. LLos os Gatos
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Wed, 7pm:: Golden State Wed, State Ramblers.. San Jose.
Thu: Vicious Groove. Groove.. Fri:: Jackie TTurner uurner and Friends,, $5. Sat: The Element,, $5. Sunnyvale.
THE CA CATS ATS
Thu,, 8pm: WIll WIll Russ Jr. Jr. $10-$15. Fri,, 8:30pm:: Rolando Sanchez and the Alta Alta All Stars Stars Latin Band. $15-$21.. Sat,, 6:30pm:Doris Williams and Mike Bell.. $15-$20. Sat,, 8:30pm:: SOL Band.. $15$21.. Sun,, 7pm: The California California Cowboys.. $12-$17. $12-$177. Redwood City. Cityy.
Thu, 9pm:: Andre Andre Thierry Thierry and his ZZydeco yydeco Magic.. Fri,, 9pm: Arroyo Mark Ar royo Trio. Trrio.. Sat,, 9pm: The Rumble SStrippers. trippers.. San Jose
Fri:: Dope Collective.. Sat,, 9pm: Clara. Zebop.. $10.. Santa Clar a.
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plus Matt Pond !DV $RS s PM PM Saturday, September 21Â‹In the Atrium s AGES 16+
(((folkYEAH!))) presents plus The Fresh & Onlys also Jessica Pratt !DV $RS s $RS PM 3HOW PM
Saturday, September 21Â‹ AGES 16+
!DV $RS s $RS PM 3HOW STARTS PM Oct 4 Jayco/ Pilo (Ages 18+) Oct 5 Tesla/ 6 Weeks Sober (Ages 21+) Oct 12 Hank 3 (Ages 21+) Oct 16 Steve Vai (Ages 21+) Oct 18 Zion I (Ages 16+) Oct 19 The Used (Ages 16+) Oct 25 Les Claypoolâ€™s Duo De Twang (Ages 21+) Oct 27 Earl Sweatshirt (Ages 16+) Oct 28 AFI (A Fire Inside) (Ages 16+) /CT Paul Oakenfold (Ages 18+) Nov 1 The Story So Far (Ages 16+) Unless otherwise noted, all shows are dance shows with limited seating. Tickets subject to city tax & service charge by phone 877-987-6487 & online
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WINE AFFAIRS WINEAFF FA AIRS Wed,, 7:30Wed, 7:30-10pm: -10pm: 1 : Ron Geisick. San Jose.
ZZONE ONE8 8 Sat,, 8pm:Live Jazz.. Casino Casino M8trix,, San Jose.
Open p Mic/ CComedy omedy o d ANGELICA’S ANGELICA A’’SBIS BISTRO ST TRO LLOFT OFT B BAR AR AND BIS BISTRO TRO Every Thu:: Live jazz in the evening.. San Jose.
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Wed,, 8pm:: Comedy Pro Wed, Pro Workout. W orkout.. $5-$10. TTue, uue,, 7-10pm: 7-10pm: Peter Open Mic Hosted by P eter Sommer.. No cover charge. Sommer charge. City. Redwood City y.
CAMERA 3 Fri, 9pm,, Sat,, 7pm:: Comedy Sportz. Sport z. San Jose.
BLINKY’S BLINK KY Y’S CAN’T SSAY AY Fri,, 9pm9pm-1am: -1am:: Danielle.. Sat, 9pm-1am: 9pm1am:: Karaoke. Karaoke.. Santa Clara. Clara.
BLUE BL UE PHEA PHEASANT SANT TTue, uue,, 7pm:: SSteve teve Tiger. Tiger. Cupertino. Cupertino.
BOGART’S BOGAR RT T’SLLOUNGE OUNGE Wed,, Fri & Sun,, 9pmWed, 9pm-1am: -1am: KKaraoke. araoke.. Sunnyvale.
BOSWELL’S BOS SW WELLL’’S TTue: uue:: DJ Davey K.. Campbell. Campbell.
BRANHAM LOUNGE BRANHAML OUNGE TTue: uue:: KKaraoke. araoke.. San Jose.
BRIT ARMS ALMADEN BRITARMSALMADEN Wed & Sun,, 10pm:: DJ Hank. Thu, Wed Dinero. 10pm:: DJ Diner o.. San Jose.
Wed and Sat,, 5pm:: Belly Wed View.. dancing. Mountain View
CITY EESPRESSO SPRESSO Fri, 7pm:: Open mic.. San Jose.
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Wed:: Mexican Independence Wed: Day Comedy Jam. Thu:: Full Throttle Thr ottle Comedy. Comedyy. Fri-Sat:: Frank Frank CCaliendo. aliendo. Sun:: Fool Moon w/ Pete P ete Munoz.. San Jose.
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Thu,, 9:30pm:: Bobby Love Love and Sugar SSweet. weet. Fri,, 9:30pm: TTouch ooucch of Glass.. Sat,, 9:30pm:: Sage.. LLos o os Gatos.
Wed:: New Comedy Showcase. Wed: Thu 8pm, Thu, 8pm, Fri, Fri 9pm, 9pm, Sat, Sat 8 & 10:30pm, Sun,, 8pm:: Nick Grifﬁn. Sunnyvale.
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Fri-Sat, 66-9pm: 9pm:: Jazz ffor or dinne dinner.r. San Jose.
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Thu,, 9pm:: Live Music. Sun,, 5pm 5pm: m: Live Reggae music. TTue, uue,, 6:30pm:: Li ve Irish Music.. San Jose.
PEACOCK PEA ACOCKLLOUNGE OUNGE Wed:: Jam Session. Thu:: Live Wed: Band.. Call Call for for info. info.. Sunnyvale.
POOR HOUSE BISTRO POORHOUSEBIS ST TRO Wed, W ed, d 66-9pm: 6 9 : Ron 9pm: R Thompson. Th Workman Thu,, 6-9pm: 6-9pm:: Dave W orkman Band.. Fri,, 6-10pm: 6--110pm:: Michael Osborn Band.. Sat 12-4pm: 12-4pm: Project. Adrian Giovenco Pr oject. 6-10pm: Freund 610pm:: SSteve teve Fr eund Blues 12-4pm: Band.. Sun, 12 -4pm:: School of 6-9pm: Blues SStudent tudent Jam. Mon,, 69ppm: Miller.r. Mark Fenichel and Scott Miller San Jose.
SSAM'S AM'S BBQ Live music. San Jose.
SSTEPHENS TEPHENS GREEN T Thu,, 10:30pm:: Reggae Thursdays. Tue, Tuue, 7:30pm:: Irish View.. music. Mountain View
TRAIL DUST TRAILDUS ST BBQ Fri,, 6-9pm: 6-9pm:: Live blues,, rroots oots an and nd Morgan Americana.. Mor gan Hill.
Wed, W ed,, 9pm:: August.. San Jose. TTue, uue,, 9:30pm:: KKaraoke. araoke. San Jose.
DASILVA’S D ASIL S VA’’S BRONCOS BRONCOS Wed:: KKaraoke. Wed: araoke. Thu,, 9pm-1am: 9pm-1am: KKaraoke. araoke.. Santa Clara. Clara.
FRANCESA’S FRANCE SA’’S Thu,, 9pm:: KKaraoke. araoke. View.. Mountain View
7 BAMBOO 7B AMBOO Wed-Sat,, 9pm:: KKaraoke. Wed-Sat, araoke. Tue, Tuue, 9pm:: KKaraoke. araoke. San Jose.
7 SSTARS 7S TAR A SB BAR AR&GRILL & GRILL Fri-Sat,, 8pm:: Karaoke. Karaoke. San Jose.
THE GOOSETOWN THEGOOSET OWNL W LOUNGE OUNGE Fri-Sun, 9:30pm-1:30am: 9:30pm--11:30am: KKaraoke. araoke.. Willow Glen.
THE HUDDLE THEHUDDLE Wed-Thu W ed-Thu edT and Sun, Sun, 9pm: Wild Nights KKaraoke. araoke.. Fremont. Fremont.
JOHNNY V’S JOHNNYV’S Sun:: Sunday Funday kar karaoke. aoke. cover.. San Jose. No cover
ALEX’S ALEX X’S ’ 4 49ER 9ER INN Nightlyy, 9pmNightly, 9pm-2am: 2am:: KKaraoke. araoke. San Jose.
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KATIE KA ATIE T BL BLOOM’S OOM’S Wed & Sun,, 9:30pmWed 9:30pm-1:30am: -1:30am: KKaraoke. araoke.. CCampbell. ampbell.
Even second Thu:: Gothic, karaoke. industrial kar aoke.. Club Lido, San Jose. Jose
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Wed:: 8pm-midnight:: Karaoke Wed: Karaoke plus DJ party (English and Spanish).. San Jose.
THE BEARSS THEBEAR Fri, 9pm:: Darryl. Darryl.. San Jose.
Thu & Sun-Mon,, 8:30pm:: Bruce of KOR KOR Karaoke. Karaoke. Mountain View. View w. Thu:: Karaoke. Karaoke.. Sunnyvale. TTue: uue:: KKaraoke. araoke.. San Jose.
MOJO MO JOLLOUNGE OUNGE Wed, W ed,, 9pm: Vic.. Fremont. Fremont.
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Sat: Karaoke. Karaoke. CCampbell. ampbell. p
Thu 9pm: p Atomic Atomic with DJ Basuraa & DJ TTraci. Basur raci. Sat, 9pm: Newwave Prom, Prom, w/DJ Vitus, and DJ KKevin. evin. $5. San Jose.
Everyy Thir Thirdd Fri: SStrictly trictlyy Freestyle. Fr eestyle. Every ffourth ourth Fri: Fuz. San Jose.
BRANHAM LLOUNGE OUNGE
Thu: DJ Mist. Fr Fremont. emont.
NORMANDY NORMAND DY YHOUSEL HOUSE LOUNGE OUNGGE Fri-Sat, 9:30pm:: Karaoke. Karaoke. Clara. Santa Clar a.
OFFICE B BAR AR Fri-Sat, 9pm, and Sun, 7pm: View.. KKaraoke. araoke. Mountain View
O’FLAHERTY’S O’FLAHER RT TY’S IRISH PUB Sun-Mon, 9pm: Ryan. San Jose.
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Thu: Audio Revolution with DJs Jason Dee & Hi-Grade. Hi-Grade. VJ1. Fri: Quality Control Control w/DJ V JJ1. Sat:: Cocktails & Dreams Dreams w/DJ Aspect. A spect. TTue: uue: Irie Nights w/DJ Hi-Grade Hi-Gr ade & TTesfa. esf e a. San Jose.
NORMAND NORMANDY DY HOUSE LLOUNGE OUNGE Thu, 10pm: Dancing to DJ Ben Vex. Clara. Ofﬁcial & DJ V ex. Santa Clar a.
PLAYHOUSE PLA AY YHOUSE Thu, 10pm: Ambitious Th d Thursdays. F i 9pm: Fri, 9 Playhouse Fridays. TTue: uue: Industry.. San Jose. Industry
POINCIANALLLOUNGE POINCIANA OUNGE Wed, 9:30pm: Wildside. No Wed, cover.. Sun, 9pm:: Joe. cover Clara. Santa Clar a.
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Fri, 10pm: Nu W Wave ave Friday Friday. y. Sat, 10pm: Aqua's Thir Thirdd Party. Annual White P arty. Sunnyvale.
TTue: uue: KKaraoke. araoke. Sunnyvale.
RED SSTAG REDS TAGLLOUNGE OUNGE Nightly kar karaoke, aoke, 9pm9pm-1:30am. 1:30am m. San Jose.
REDI ROOM REDIR OOM Thu-Sat, 9pm: DJ CCurtis. urtis. San Jose.
RUDY’S R UDY’S PUB Wed, W ed, 10pm:: Purple. P Palo alo Al Alto. to..
TORTUGA T OR RT TUGAISLANDT ISLAND T TAVERN AVERN V TTue, uue, 7pm: KJ Bob and SStarmaker. tarmaker. San Jose.
WOODHAMS W OODHAMSLLOUNGE OUNGE TTue-Thu uue--TThu & Sat: KKaraoke. araoke. Clara. Santa Clar a.
BRIT ARMS ALMADEN Thu: DJ FF.I.U. .I.U. San Jose.
SUMMIT LLOUNGE OUNGE
BRIT ARMS CUPER CUPERTINO TINO Thu, 10pm:: Pawkit Pawkit DJ. DJ. San Jose.
Sat, 9pm: Club ReMix. Points Sheraton, Four P oints Sher aton, San Jose Jose.
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Every second and ffourth ourth Sun: Return of the Boom Zap, underground electronic under ground electr onic music. CCampbell. ampbell.
Wed-Fri: DJs. Sat, 10pm: ‘90s Wed-Fri: Party. Dance P arty. Willow Glen.
ZEN LLOUNGE OUNGE Thu: Reverse Happy Hour Hour.. Every ﬁrst Fri: Famous. Every second & ffourth ourth Fri: Diamond. Sat: Girls Night Out. View.. Mountain View
FFAHRENHEIT AHRENHEIT Thu: Liquid Thursdays, with guest DJs spinning hip-hop, TTop oop 40 and R&B. Fri, 9pm: Heit Fridays. $10.. San Jose.
KATIE KA ATIE T BL BLOOM’S OOM’S Thu-Sat, 9:30pm: DJs and dancing. CCampbell. ampbell.
THE X B BAR AR TTue uue & Fri, 9pm: KJ Vinnie. Homestead Bowl, CCupertino. upertino.
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STARS Canadian indie pop group features members of Broken Social Scene. Sept. 18 at Slims.
COLOR ME BADD AGENDA A GENDA
‘90s R&B group is responsible for ‘I Wanna Sex You Up’ and, unintentionally, the Lonely Island catalog. Sept. 20 at Yoshi’s, Oakland.
Thu: Jueves Shakalosos (Ladies Night). Fri, 7:30pm: D-Loo aka Mr. D-L Mr. No Hoe. $15$20. (Most Fri: Hip-hop, TTop oop 40, club hits.) TTue: uue: 4 the LLove ovee of TTuesdays. uuesdays. San Jose.
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Living members of the group that redeﬁned Cuban jazz music. Sept. 22 at Davies Symphony Hall.
Thu, 9pm: DJ party party.. Fri-Sat, 9pm-2am: 9pm2am: Live music & DJs, more. salsa, house, hip-hop & mor e e. Mon: Salsa. San Jose.
BAMBOO B AMBOO LLOUNGE OUNGE Sat, 9pm: Thick & Sexy Saturdays. Satur days. $10. San Jose.
Instrumental rock with electronic and acoustic instruments, including a Theremin. Sept. 20 at Café du Nord
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JIMMY EAT WORLD Alternative rockers bring pop tunes with a tinge of sadness. Sept. 22 at the Warﬁeld.
More San Francisco events at www.sfstation.com.
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I read recently that 150,000 condoms were distributed to the Olympic athletes in London's 2012 games, which seems excessive by any standard. Is the Olympic Village really the raunchy sex den its condom consumption suggests? —Derek Blank, Nashville You ﬁnd this surprising? Here you’ve got a bunch of mostly single, insanely buff young men and women. (OK, maybe not the weightlifters.) You take them away from their accustomed surroundings in every corner of the globe and lodge them in the private enclave known as the Olympic Village, surrounded by yet sequestered from adoring fans and inquisitive reporters. Then let them get pumped up with nervous excitement and competitive spirit over several days, throw them a few parties and mixers, and supply alcohol. If I’m the manager in charge of Village party favors, my question is: will 150,000 be enough? Granted, we don’t have detailed knowledge of what goes on. Olympic swimmer Summer Sanders summed it up thus: “What happens in the Village stays in the Village.” Nonetheless, the accounts we do have give a pretty clear idea. A 2012 ESPN magazine report based on interviews with numerous athletes uncovered many spicy tales, ranging from same-sex hookups, toys, inﬁdelity, and a group-sex orgy in a whirlpool tub. Women’s soccer goalie Hope Solo, swimmer Ryan Lochte, and others have gone on record as reporting high levels of sexual activity at the Olympics. “Athletes are extremists,” Solo theorized. “When they’re training, it’s laser focus. When they drink, it’s 20 drinks.” Solo herself gained some notoriety for hinting that she’d sneaked an unnamed celebrity back to her Beijing room for a one-night stand. Temptation abounds in the Village. During the summer games at least, athletes of both sexes go about their business minimally dressed—recalling Barcelona 1992 in the London Times, British table tennis player Matthew Syed looked back fondly on the "literally thousands" of female athletes "exposing yard upon yard of shiny, toned, rippling and unimaginably exotic ﬂesh." Javelin thrower Breaux Greer put it this way: “Even if their face is a 7, their body is a 20.” And the dining hall is a full-tilt meat market, with everyone checking out what the others have brought to the table Carrie Sheinberg, an Alpine skier at the 1994 Lillehammer games, described the Olympic Village as a sexual “fairy-tale place . . . where everything is possible.” Greg Louganis reminisced about some same-sex snuggling at the 1976 Montreal
games with a Soviet diver. Even the return trip can be raucous, with one United Airlines ﬂight back from Sydney essentially turning into a drunken ﬂying orgy. Given the evident reality, precautionary measures are only prudent. Hundreds of thousands of condoms have been freely distributed since the Barcelona games for HIV prevention. Overkill? Doesn’t sound like it. Reﬂecting on the Sydney games in the ESPN piece, U.S. target shooter Josh Lakatos claimed “I’ve never witnessed so much debauchery in my entire life.” He was so reluctant to see the party end that he snuck back into his Olympic dwelling after being asked to vacate it and threw it open to an endless stream of athletes looking to hook up, including at one point an entire women’s 4x100 relay team. Officials of the 2008 Beijing games went further: they distributed 400,000 condoms in 400 hotels with rooms rated three stars or above. (To be fair, Chinese officials did muster hundreds of volunteers to help raise AIDS awareness for the event, and opened 40 clinics to offer free HIV tests.) The 100,000 condoms made available in the Olympic Village, meanwhile, featured on their wrappers the motto “Faster, Higher, Stronger.” During the 2010 Vancouver games officials distributed 100,000 condoms, which would work out to 15 per athlete. Lest anyone get the wrong idea, a spokesperson clariﬁed that this total included condoms given out to security staff and volunteers, and in public bathrooms. The athletes got just 40,000, or a mere 6.2 apiece—but hey, it was cold out. As the legend of the Olympic Village has grown ever more colorful, condom companies now vie to become the official sponsor. For the 2012 London games the official provider was Durex, which shipped in 150,000 of its ﬁnest for athletic use. Controversy erupted when a female Australian BMX rider tweeted a photo of a bucketful of rival Australian-made condoms, labeled “Kangaroo condoms— for the gland down under.” The photo was a prank but nonetheless provoked a formal investigation by Olympic brand police, underlining the core message of the modern games: this may be amateur athletics, but nobody plays for free.
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ARIES (March 21-April 19): “If Taylor Swift is going to have six breakups a year,” observed comedian Bill Maher, “she needs to write a new song entitled ’Maybe It’s Me.’” He was referring to Swift’s habit of using her romantic misadventures to stimulate her lyric-writing creativity. With that as your prompt, Aries, I’ll ask you to do some soul-searching about your own intimacy issues. How have you contributed to the problems you’ve had in getting the love and care you want? What unconscious behavior or conditioned responses have undermined your romantic satisfaction, and what could you do to transform them? The next eight weeks will be prime time to revolutionize your approach to relationships.
contract with yourself in which you vow to identify the experience you want more than any other experience on earth. No wafﬂing allowed, Libra. What is the single most important thing?
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Philosopher Alan Watts
used to talk about how the whole world is wiggling all the time. Clouds, trees, sky, water, human beings: Everything’s constantly shimmying and jiggling and waggling. One of our problems, Watts said, is that we’re “always trying to straighten things out.” We feel nagging urges to deny or cover up or eliminate the wiggling. “Be orderly,” we command reality. “Be neat and composed and predictable.” But reality never obeys. It’s forever doing what it does best: ﬂickering and ﬂuctuating and ﬂowing. In accordance with astrological omens, Taurus, I encourage you to rebel against any natural tendencies you might have to ﬁght the eternal wiggle. Instead, celebrate it. Rejoice in it. Align yourself with it.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): In the indigenous culture of Hawaii, ’mana’ refers to a spiritual power that may abide in people, objects, and natural locations. You can acquire more of it by acting with integrity and excellence, but you might lose some of it if your actions are careless or unfocused. For instance, a healer who does a mediocre job of curing her patients could lose the mana that made her a healer in the ﬁrst place. I believe that similar principles hold true for non-Hawaiians. All of us have an ever-shifting relationship with the primal life force. What’s the current state of your own personal supply, Sagittarius? It’s time to make sure you’re taking full advantage of the mana you have been blessed with. Your motto: ’Use it or lose it. ’
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Author Elaine Scarry
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Have you been
deﬁnes “the basic impulse underlying education” as follows: the “willingness to continually revise one’s own location in order to place oneself in the path of beauty.” Consider making this your modus operandi in the coming weeks, Gemini. Always be on the lookout for signs that beauty is near. Do research to ﬁnd out where beauty might be hiding and where beauty is ripening. Learn all you can about what kinds of conditions attract beauty, and then create those conditions. Finally, hang around people who are often surrounded by beauty. This approach will be an excellent way to further your education.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Sometime in the next
nine months you may feel moved to embark on an adventure that will transform the way you understand reality. Maybe you will choose to make a pilgrimage to a sacred sanctuary or wander further away from your familiar comforts than you ever have before. Right now is an excellent time to brainstorm about the possibilities. If you don’t feel ready to actually begin your quest, at least formulate a master plan for the magic moment when you will be ripe.
getting enough? I doubt it. I think you should sneak a peek into the hiding place where your insatiable cravings are stored. If you’re brave enough, also take a look at your impossible demands and your unruly obsessions and your suppressed miracles. Please note: I’m not suggesting that you immediately unleash them all; I don’t mean you should impulsively instigate an adventure that could possibly quench your ravenous yearnings. But I do believe you will beneﬁt from becoming better acquainted with them. You could develop a more honest relationship, which would ultimately make them more trustworthy.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): “Life is either always a tight-rope or a feather bed. Give me the tight-rope.” So declared writer Edith Wharton. But she was an Aquarius, and more temperamentally suited to the tight-rope. Many of you Cancerians, on the other hand, prefer to emphasize the feather-bed mode. I suspect that in the next nine months, however, you will be willing and even eager to spend more time on the tight-rope than is customary for you. To get primed for the excitement, I suggest you revel in some intense feather-bed action in the coming weeks. Charge up your internal batteries with an extra-special deluxe regimen of sweet self-care.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Don’t tape your thumbs to your hands and stalk around pretending to be a dinosaur. Don’t poke three holes in a large plastic garbage bag and wear it as a tunic while imagining that you are a feudal serf in a post-apocalyptic, sci-ﬁ dystopia. Don’t use a felt-tip marker to draw corporate logos on your face to show everyone what brands of consumer goods you love. To be clear: I would love you to be extravagantly creative. I hope you will use your imagination in novel ways as you have fun playing with experimental scenarios. But please exercise a modicum of discernment as you wander way outside the box. Be at least 20 percent practical.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Half of a truth is better than no truth at all, right? Wrong! If you latch on to the partially accurate story, you may stop looking for the rest of the story. And then you’re liable to make a premature decision based on insufﬁcient data. The better alternative is to reject the partially accurate story and be willing to wait around in the dark until the complete revelation comes. That may be uncomfortable for a while. But when the full truth ﬁnally straggles in, you will be very glad you didn’t jump to unripe conclusions.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): “Take a lover who looks at you like maybe you are magic,” says the poet Marty McConnell. That’s good advice, Pisces—not just in regards to your intimate relationships, but about all your other alliances, too. If you’re seeking a friend or consultant or business partner or jogging companion or new pet, show a preference for those creatures who look at you like maybe you are magic. You always need to be appreciated for the sweet mystery and catalytic mojo you bring to your partnerships, but you especially need that acknowledgment now.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): A Chinese entrepreneur
named Nin Nan dreamed up a unique way to generate capital: He sold dead mosquitoes online for a dollar apiece, advertising them as useful for scientiﬁc research and decoration. Within two days, he received 10,000 orders. Let’s make him your patron saint and role model for the next few weeks, Virgo. May he inspire you to come up with novel ways to stimulate your cash ﬂow. The planetary omens suggest that your originality is more likely than usual to generate concrete rewards.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): “The most important thing is to ﬁnd out what the most important thing is,” wrote Shunryu Suzuki in his book Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind. That’s your assignment for the next three weeks. Do whatever it takes to ﬁnd out beyond any doubt what the most important thing is. Meditate naked an hour a day. Go on long walks in the wildest places you know. Convene intense conversations about yourself with the people who know you best. Create and sign a
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