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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Events: Tuesday, October 14, 2008
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at San Jose Bar and Grill (10pm)
$3 Kamikaze shots, $6 Sake Bombs and Sapporo on draft all night long at San Jose's Bar and Grill.
 408.286.2397
at San Jose Museum of Art (11am-5pm)

San Jose Museum of Art presents Road Trip, a journey through a uniquely American experience. Presenting the works of great...

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 408.271.6840
at San Jose Museum of Art (11am-5pm)

Shedding light on the life and art of Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954), this exhibition features approximately fifty photographic...

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 408.271.6840
at Asian Art Museum (10 am - 5 pm, till 9pm on Thu)

The Islamic cultures of Asia are varied, rich and complex. This exhibition of approximately sixty paintings, manuscripts,...

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at Museum of Craft & Folk Art (11 am – 6 pm)

An exhibition that highlights masterpieces of Shaker furniture, and includes objects broadly representing Shaker life and...

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at Toon's (9pm)
Come and party in one of San Jose's favorite clubs, with live music and drinks flowing all night long.
 1.408.600.0014
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at Great American Music Hall (GAMH) (Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm)

"Though their songs are delicate, they're played with an energy that's far from weak and often unseen in indie music. A...

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at Chandler Fine Art (9-6)

In Alexis Manheim's work the catalytic agitation and pictorially carnal perspectives evoke something being born or fading...

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Categories: SoMa
 415-546-1113
at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts (7:30pm)

Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson’s inspired final play is a powerful elegy for a lost time, a hustling comedy-drama set...

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Categories: Mountain View, Plays
 650-463-1950
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at SFMOMA (11am - 5:45pm, till 8:45pm on Thu)

Modern science and photography flowered simultaneously in the early 19th century, and photography was adopted as a scientific...

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at St Mary's Cathedral (7:30pm)

Jim Cranna, Bob Sarlatte, Diane Amos and Debi Durst will be featured on the “Small City, Big Laughs” program, sponsored...

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at The Cellar next day (10PM - 2AM)

Weekdays ore for the true soldiers... The brothers and sisters that go out of their way to listen do dope ish! Y'all...

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at The Cellar (9pm - afterhours)

The crew is organizing (in conjunction with Amoeba Music!) a night @ the NOD FACTOR weekly to get people registered to vote!...

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  at Paule Anglim Gallery (10am - 5pm)

Katherine Sherwood's paintings display her signature style and technique - vivid compositions of calligraphic swirls of...

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at 111 Minna Gallery (noon - 7pm)

111 Minna Gallery is delighted to present Captain and Commander: Henry Lewis and Keli Reule, a show featuring works by two...

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at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library (call for details)

Displays of original Beethoven manuscripts, first editions, a lock of the composer's hair, art and demonstrations of historical...

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Categories: San Jose, Museums
 408.808.2058
at Robert Tat Gallery (11am - 5:30pm)

Karl Struss was one of the first photographers to employ modernist compositions in pictorialist photographs. The exhibition...

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at Marin Theatre Company (contact for info)

"Science is all about YOU! That's the message of A Short History of Nearly Everything, a fun, fast, and fascinating...

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Categories: Mill Valley, Plays
 415-388-5208
at SFMOMA (10am - 5:45pm, open till 7:45pm on Thu & Sun)

Working in distinct styles and media, Zilvinas Kempinas, Alyson Shotz, and Mary Temple explore the transformative properties...

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at Brian Gross Fine Art (10:30am-5:30pm)

Los Angeles artist Roy Thurston known for his minimal painted wall reliefs, opens a solo exhibition at Brian Gross Fine...

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