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The All-Time Scariest Houses of Horror (VIDEO)

Imagine living next door to the homes from these classic horror films: The Birds (1963), Halloween (1978), The Amityville Horror (1979) and A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).

Famous Horror Film Houses (Video)

It's the neighborhood from Hell! Take a tour with sculptor Tracey Snelling of famous horror film houses from The Birds, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, and The Amityville Horror.

Houses of Horror #4: Halloween (1978)

"Behind that boy's eyes was purely and simply... evil."

Houses of Horror #3: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Those who didn't ride the horror wave in the 80's may be surprised to discover that the original Freddy was quite the hardened dream slasher. After all, he's the bastard son of a thousand maniacs.

Houses of Horror #2: The Amityville Horror (1979)

Return to The Amityville Horror with Tracey Snelling's incredible miniature replica. The tiny model even features an LCD screen running clips from the 1979 film.

Houses of Horror #1: The Birds (1963)

There are four famous horror films in Tracey Snelling's 'The Last House on The Left' art installation. Each day this week I'll feature one in a short video clip, and provide brief commentary on the related film.
Steve Martin in San Jose?

Does Steve Martin know the way to San Jose?

One of my fondest Steve Martin movie moments--and there are so, so many--comes from L.A. Story (1991).
A Floating World awaits underneath Highway 87, downtown San Jose. Photo: Clinton Stark.

Weekend: Bay Area Stage & Arts

A Floating World awaits underneath Highway 87, downtown San Jose.
Bernie Lubell: Conservation of Intimacy, 2000-2010, installation detail, Courtesy of the Artist

San Jose: Summer lineup for Institute of Contemporary Art

The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) today announced its summer lineup of exhibitions. Opening in July 2010 and running through September 19, the four exhibitions "expose, capture and celebrate the art of collaboration, participation, experimentation, and manipulation of old and new technologies." Bernie Lubell: Conservation of Intimacy, opening...
ICA: Jim Edgeworth, The Seeds of Wonder, 2009, stuffed animals and mixed media, Courtesy of the Artist

Arts organizations rally to prevent diversion of funds from non-profits

San Jose City funding of the arts is in jeopardy. Here's how you can help.