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— Richard Scheinin. Coachella by the Bay. Bay Area music fans always look forward to mid-April’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. But most don’t make the trek to Southern California for the event, they stay at home and wait for Coachella to come to them. The festival draws the industry’s best acts and many of them also schedule Bay Area dates around the event. Given that the festival has yet to announce its lineup, there’s no way of knowing which Coachella acts will end up playing here. Yet, it’s pretty easy to make an educated guess. We’ll start with Coldplay, heavily rumored to be one of this year’s Coachella headliners. The multiplatinum group will play San Jose’s HP Pavilion April 27-28 ($49.50-$110; black pointe shoes uk online. Other likely Coachella suspects with local dates include Belgian experimental rocker Gotye (April 12; Independent, San Francisco; $20;, French electronic music duo Justice (April 17; Fox Theater, Oakland; $39.50;, indie-rock troupe Wild Flag (April 18; Fillmore, San Francisco; $28;, excellent rapper Childish Gambino (April 19; Fox Theatre; $25) and dream-pop act M83 (April 22-23; Fillmore; $28)..

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— Karen D’Souza. Savage games. French playwright Yasmina Reza may well be the queen of the comedy of bad manners these days. From “Art” to “Life X 3,” the nimble-witted writer has poked holes in the polite facade of modern civilization to reveal the savagery within. In the much-ballyhooed “God of Carnage,” recently made into a Roman Polanski film starring Kate Winslet and Jodie Foster, she reduces two yuppie couples, parents who meet other a schoolyard squabble, into howling mad beasts over cocktails in a 90-minute free-for-all. Rick Lombardo directs this coproduction with Arizona Theatre Company, which runs March 22-April 15 at San Jose Rep. $10-$74. black pointe shoes uk online.

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