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Madonna Announces San Jose ‘Rebel Heart’ Tour Date

Madonna Announces San Jose ‘Rebel Heart’ Tour Date

Unstoppable pop star Madonna will return to San Jose this fall as part of her “Rebel Heart” world tour.

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408k Race to the Row Honors Vets with New Memorial Mile

408k Race to the Row Honors Vets with New Memorial Mile

San Jose’s 408K “Race to Row” returns Sunday with more than 6,000 participants joining in the run and walk to pay tribute to local veterans and raise money for scholarships. New for this year, a “Memorial Mile” honors San Jose native Pat Tillman, the late…

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ManresaBread Makes its Debut in Los Gatos

ManresaBread Makes its Debut in Los Gatos

When a two-alarm blaze engulfed and gutted two-Michelin-starred Manresa restaurant last summer, head baker Avery Ruzicka had to scrounge for a place to bake. Chef-proprietor David Kinch’s phenomenally influential Los Gatos eatery was in the process of building out its first brick-and-mortar spin-off to sell…

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Tapsilog Bistro Focuses on Familiar Favorites—In Large Portions

Tapsilog Bistro Focuses on Familiar Favorites—In Large Portions

At Tapsilog Bistro in Campbell, all the comfort food criteria are met and in large portions at that. The restaurant is named after tapsilog, a dish with cured meat, fried rice and an egg, but they offer all types of silog dishes. In short, a…

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Winter Fest Brings Jazz Grooves to San Jose

Winter Fest Brings Jazz Grooves to San Jose

San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2015 brings national and local talents in jazz, hip hop and R&B to San Jose starting Feb. 27 with an increased emphasis this year on SoFa District venues. According to artistic and festival director Bruce Labadie the move is an…

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Pho Kim Long Delivers Great Vietnamese Soups in a Hurry

Pho Kim Long Delivers Great Vietnamese Soups in a Hurry

The Vietnamese food scene in San Jose is a competitive environment, especially in the noodle soup category. One of the longtime established top contenders is Pho Kim Long on North Capitol Avenue near the Great Mall. The line is long on weekend mornings but luckily…

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Art Meets Science With New Mountain View Exhibition

Art Meets Science With New Mountain View Exhibition

If mathematician and computer scientist Maria Klawe learned one thing while battling her way up through the ranks of the male-dominated fields of academia and high tech, it’s that it doesn’t pay to stand out—at least not until you’ve earned your stripes. She learned that…

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Broadway San Jose Announces Season Lineup

Broadway San Jose Announces Season Lineup

Broadway San Jose, Disney, MGM and more collaborate bringing classic films to the stage from the Lion King to Wizard of Oz and Beauty and the Beast, making dreams come true in this performing arts season. This season is full of Tony award- winning headlines…

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Pastis Bistro Finds the Perfect Balance for Brunch

Pastis Bistro Finds the Perfect Balance for Brunch

Brunch often feels like the most simple of meals. It usually consists of a combination of eggs, potatoes, a fatty protein and a fruit cup. These ingredients typically take shape as scrambled or poached eggs, with hashed or skillet potatoes, and meat comes in the…

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Bushido Izakaya Hits all the Marks with Delicious Small Dishes

Bushido Izakaya Hits all the Marks with Delicious Small Dishes

Izakaya, a popular style of restaurant in Japanese culture that serves a menu of small plates meant to be enjoyed with friends over drinks, has grown quickly in popularity in the West. Bushido Izakaya is just one example why. With a casual setting in downtown…

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