Articles by Josh Koehn

San Jose Sharks Begin Stanley Cup Quest

San Jose Sharks Begin Stanley Cup Quest

The San Jose Sharks competed in their first-ever Stanley Cup Finals last season, while the Oilers were sitting at home in Edmonton in yet another playoff absence. Fast-forward a year and many are picking the upstart Oilers to send the Sharks home early from the Western…

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Xavier Pulls Off Thrilling Upset to Face Gonzaga in West Regional Final at SAP

Xavier Pulls Off Thrilling Upset to Face Gonzaga in West Regional Final at SAP

Everyone in the arena knew it was upset time once Bill Murray threw up the “X” on the jumbotron. As the final buzzer sounded Thursday night at San Jose’s SAP Center, Xavier had beaten Arizona, and Murray’s son, Luke, an assistant coach for the Musketeers, had…

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Xavier, Gonzaga, West Virginia, Arizona Stay Loose at SAP Center Open Practices

Xavier, Gonzaga, West Virginia, Arizona Stay Loose at SAP Center Open Practices

Only two wins away from reaching the Final Four, the Xavier Musketeers are not only the lowest remaining seed in the men’s NCCA basketball tournament—they’re also the only team with a jar full of ashes in the locker room. February was a tough month for…

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March Madness Rolls into SAP Center

March Madness Rolls into SAP Center

For the first time since 2013, “The Big Dance” returns to Silicon Valley. SAP Center in San Jose will play host to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament’s West regional round, otherwise known as the Sweet 16 and Elite 8. The lone team to advance from…

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Iconic British Bankers Club Returns in Style

Iconic British Bankers Club Returns in Style

British Bankers Club has been a neighborhood icon in Menlo Park stretching back nearly 40 years. But since its 2013 closure and subsequent three-year renovation, the restaurant’s latest incarnation—which opened in December—is a modern and elegantly restored version of its former self. The first thing…

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Stanford Shopping Center’s Terrain Cafe Excels in the Sweets Department

Stanford Shopping Center’s Terrain Cafe Excels in the Sweets Department

Before the food arrives at the table, the airy, charmingly decorated space inside Terrain Cafe commands attention. The Stanford Shopping Center’s newest fine dining addition attracts the eyes of of diners and passers-by alike, with its sky-high ceilings and vertical garden walls. The rustic restaurant…

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San Jose Earthquakes Unveil New Kit

San Jose Earthquakes Unveil New Kit

San Jose Earthquakes fans flooded San Pedro Square Market on Thursday as the team and Adidas unveiled a new primary kit for the 2017 season. The jersey features a primarily black color scheme, straying away from the blue-based jersey’s the club’s been wearing the past…

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San Jose State Introduces New Football Coach Brent Brennan

San Jose State Introduces New Football Coach Brent Brennan

San Jose State University formerly introduced new head coach Brent Brennan at a press conference Thursday. Brennan, who most recently oversaw receivers at Oregon State University, will take on the task of trying to lead the Spartans back to a bowl game. He replaces Ron…

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Adega Earns San Jose’s First Michelin Star

Adega Earns San Jose’s First Michelin Star

The family was having breakfast when the phone rang Tuesday morning. Adega, one of the few Portuguese restaurants in the Bay Area, is closed Monday and Tuesday, so this was technically the weekend. Silence spread throughout the group, as chefs Jessica Carreira and David Costa, along…

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Montalvo Hosts World-Famous Chefs for ‘Experimental Gastronomy’ Dinner

Montalvo Hosts World-Famous Chefs for ‘Experimental Gastronomy’ Dinner

Ever dreamed of feasting on the awe inspiring food shown in Netflix’s documentary series, Chef’s Table? Imagine morsels of food, plated with architectural expertise against a well-lit backdrop as a waiter wipes sauce off the already pristine plate before service. Most of us can only wish…

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