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Foster the People, M.I.A., Fitz and the Tantrums to Headline BFD 2014 Lineup

Foster the People, M.I.A., Fitz and the Tantrums to Headline BFD 2014 Lineup

Live 105.3 just announced the lineup to their annual BFD music festival which kicks off the summer season June 1 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre.

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Paul McCartney Concert: Hello to Levi’s Stadium, or Goodbye to Candlestick?

Paul McCartney Concert: Hello to Levi’s Stadium, or Goodbye to Candlestick?

It’s another “Hello, Goodbye” situation for Sir Paul McCartney. Hello to the new 49er’s stadium in Santa Clara, or goodbye to old Candlestick Park?

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Psycho Donut’s Offers ‘Toe Jam’ Doughnut, Benefit Party for Bigfoot Discovery Museum

Psycho Donut’s Offers ‘Toe Jam’ Doughnut, Benefit Party for Bigfoot Discovery Museum

Psycho Donuts in Campbell is hosting the Bigfoot Event art show to benefit the Bigfoot Discovery Museum on April 12, with more than 22 artists selling their Bigfoot-inspired pieces. The Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Felton, near Santa Cruz, was opened by Michael Rugg and Paula…

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Nuclear Cowboyz Bring Motorcross Stunts to SAP Center

Nuclear Cowboyz Bring Motorcross Stunts to SAP Center

Freestyle motocross riders with more than 1,000 total stunts arrive in San Jose with Nuclear Cowboyz at SAP Center on March 29 and March 30, a new show that adds theatrics to the world of adrenaline-fueled arena motorsports. The show is set in a post-apocalyptic…

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Silicon Valley Contemporary Brings Four Days of Art to San Jose

Silicon Valley Contemporary Brings Four Days of Art to San Jose

Silicon Valley Contemporary will host 40 galleries and nearly 250 artists from around the world during a long weekend in April at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.

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Cinequest Returns with Hundreds of Independent Films, Filmmakers

Cinequest Returns with Hundreds of Independent Films, Filmmakers

San Jose’s annual Cinequest film festival returns March 4-16 in downtown San Jose with hundreds of independent films and filmmakers, parties and presentations.

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Cirque du Soleil Returns With Amaluna

Cirque du Soleil Returns With Amaluna

That huge blue and yellow tent pitched by the Taylor Street Bridge marks the return of Cirque de Soleil to San Jose with its production Amaluna.

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FurCon vs. The World Arrives in San Jose This Weekend

FurCon vs. The World Arrives in San Jose This Weekend

Nearly 4,000 furry lions, tigers, bears and other creatures from the animal kingdom arrive in downtown San Jose for FurCon 2014 this week, a long weekend of panels, events and parties for anthropormorphic animal enthusiasts—people who like to dress up like animals, in layman’s terms.

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Four Sharks Chosen for 2014 Olympics

Four Sharks Chosen for 2014 Olympics

While the Sharks aren’t fielding the most Olympians in the NHL as they did in 2010, four Sharks players made the cut for the 2014 Sochi games. Patrick Marleau and Marc-Edouard Vlasic will be playing for Team Canada, Joe Pavelski for USA and Antti Niemi for Finland.

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Lift Ticket Discounts and Winter Sports Shops in Silicon Valley

Lift Ticket Discounts and Winter Sports Shops in Silicon Valley

The surf and sand at Santa Cruz beaches are much closer to San Jose than Lake Tahoe’s numerous ski resorts, but that doesn’t keep avid skiers and snowboarders from making the trip to catch some runs over a weekend outing. Several Silicon Valley outdoor stores are stocked with the latest gear each season and lift ticket discounts.

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