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Review: Berkeley Rep serves up a furiously deconstructed ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’

The door slam heard around the world echoes with a vengeance in “A Doll’s House, Part 2.” Lucas Hnath’s (“The Christians,” “Red Speedo”) furiously smart and surprising sequel to Ibsen’s 1879 masterpiece follows Nora as she struts back through that infamous door and shatters the calm of the family she walked out on 15 years […]

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Word Game: Sept. 17, 2018

TODAY’S WORD — LOCALES (LOCALES: lo-KALS: Places, especially with reference to particular events.) Average mark 16 words Time limit 25 minutes Can you find 21 or more words in LOCALES? The list will be published tomorrow. SATURDAY’S WORD — PREVIOUS pervious peso pier pious poise pore pose poser pour pries prose prove pure purse ripe […]

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Bridge: Sept. 17, 2018

Tribune Content Agency Unlucky Louie continues as my club’s foremost proponent of Murphy’s Law. (“A malfunctioning refrigerator, when demonstrated for the repairman, will work perfectly.”) Louie was today’s declarer at four spades, and West led a club: three, jack. Louie took his ace since a heart shift would be damaging. He next cashed the K-Q […]

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Horoscopes: Sept. 17, 2018

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Danielle Brooks, 29; Jimmie Johnson, 43; Doug E. Fresh, 52; Kyle Chandler, 53. Happy Birthday: Don’t take anything for granted this year. Live in the moment and plan your actions with precision. Invest more in yourself and what you need to do to get ahead or to gain peace of […]

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East San Jose community gathers to demand restoration, protection of Chicano mural

SAN JOSE — In the wake of community outrage stemming from the painting-over of a long-standing Chicano mural, dozens of people gathered in East San Jose on Sunday to demand its restoration and protection, and to call for greater promotion of Chicano culture across the city’s public spaces and in schools. The demonstration took place […]