“Better Call Saul” (9 p.m., AMC): As Season 3 continues, Jimmy seeks new employment. Gus navigates the fallout from Hector’s collapse. Kim tries her best to support Jimmy in the wake of Chuck’s death. “Salvation” (9 p.m., CBS): Desperate to defuse a nuclear standoff, Liam receives help from an unlikely source. Also, with Darius missing, Harris and Grace take matters into their own hands. “Frontline” (10 p.m., PBS): This summer, as tensions rise between the United States and Iran, “Frontline” presents an “unusual and surprising” two-part portrait of life inside the Islamic Republic. New York Times correspondent Thomas Erdbrink takes viewers inside a “private” Iran — one that is often at odds with its conservative clerics and leaders. Over the course of four years, Erdbrink was able to get permission to travel with a crew from Dutch television around the country, meeting people and hearing stories about their lives and hopes and fears, in one of the most isolated countries in the world.
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A Your painting has its roots in the 19th and early 20th centuries, when there was a rise in fascination with the history, literature, religions, geography and art of the Near East and Far East. Artists and writers embraced the mystique of Middle Eastern, Arabian and Egyptian cultures. Archaeological discoveries further enhanced the allure of the region. In dance, choreographer Mikhail Fokine’s 1910 ballet “Scheherazade” told the story of illicit love and death in an Arabian harem. In film, Rudolph Valentino’s iconic performance was in 1921’s “The Sheik.” In world news, the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922 kept ideas of Near and Middle Eastern culture in the news.
Peninsula Museum of Art, “Through Caverns Measureless to Man,” video installation by Ruth Eckland, Through June 17, Peninsula Museum of Art, Twin Pines Art Center, 10 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, 650-594-1577, Silicon Valley Open Studios 2012, Local artists open their homes or studios to visitors, May 5-6: East Palo Alto, Ladera, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Loyola, Mountain View, Palo ballet style slippers made crochet Alto, Santa Clara, Stanford, Sunnyvale, May 12-13: Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, San Jose, Saratoga, May 19-20: Atherton, Belmont, Hillsborough, Menlo Park, Portola Valley, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Mateo, Woodside, Free, www.svos.org/about.php..
Pitch Perfect Sing- and Quote-Along: Audiences can vocalize along to a screening of the movie about an a cappella choir competition. May 31-June 3. 3Below Theaters and Lounge, 288 S. Second St., San Jose. $15-$18. 3Belowtheaters.com, 408-404-17711. The Siegel: In this new romantic comedy, Ethan Siegel is about to ask Alice’s parents for her hand in marriage, but Alice and Ethan broke up two years ago. Through June 17. City Lights Theater, 529 S. Second St., San Jose. $19-$40. cltc.org, 408-295-4200.