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Electronic Sriracha Festival Music Line-Up Announced

Electronic Sriracha Festival Music Line-Up Announced

Moveable Feast has been hinting at their Electronic Sriracha Music Festival for a while now, and the details are finally beginning to appear.

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CineBrew Mart Links Movies and Beer

CineBrew Mart Links Movies and Beer

Hermitage Brewing Company has teamed up with San Jose Made (SJMADE) and Camera 12 Cinemas to present the CineBrew Mart, a uniquely local, family friendly event taking place July 26 during Silicon Valley Beer Week. The event is the brainchild of SJMADE founder Marie Millares…

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Original Gravity Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary This Weekend

Original Gravity Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary This Weekend

Downtown craft beer bar Original Gravity Public House has reached its two-year anniversary, and to commemorate the milestone a celebration of good beer will take place on July 19 starting at noon.

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Review: Louisiana Bistro Brings More Cajun Cuisine to San Jose

Review: Louisiana Bistro Brings More Cajun Cuisine to San Jose

New Orleans is equally famed for its Mardi Gras blowouts and its food, which is rarely a simple affair. Louisiana Bistro brings a welcome sense of home-cooking to this elaborate, rich cuisine.

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Interview: Husband and Wife Team Brings Mooyah Burgers to Morgan Hill

Interview: Husband and Wife Team Brings Mooyah Burgers to Morgan Hill

Terry and Brit Ratto, a husband-and-wife team from Morgan Hill, believe in their new project so much that they decided to leave their jobs of 25 years to try to build a “better burger.”

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Discrection Is Key: New Show of Vandal Railyard Art at The Arsenal

Discrection Is Key: New Show of Vandal Railyard Art at The Arsenal

Artists are usually eager to attach their names to their work. But when the art in question is also considered vandalism, signing the same name that appears on your birth certificate could land you on the wrong side of the law.

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Review: Tava Indian Kitchen Lets Diners Build Their Own Burroti

Review: Tava Indian Kitchen Lets Diners Build Their Own Burroti

Custom burritos are no longer the sole province of Mexican fast-casual joints. The clearly burrito-inspired wraps dubbed Burrotis are a signature item on the menu at Tava Indian Kitchen, which melds a Chipotle-style model with the flavors of an Indian buffet.

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Bodybuilder Kali Muscle Gets Swole at TheFitExpo

Bodybuilder Kali Muscle Gets Swole at TheFitExpo

With their plodding routines of protein-packed dieting, lifting and down-to-the-minute scheduling, bodybuilders have a reputation for being a bit dull. They’re like monks—insanely bulked-up, shredded monks—on a monomaniacal quest for physical nirvana. Kali Muscle, 39, shatters convention.

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Preview: Hot San Jose Nights Car Show and Festival

Preview: Hot San Jose Nights Car Show and Festival

Hot San Jose Nights returns July 12 with hundreds of new and classic cars, live music and activities.

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SJ Q&A: Larry Clark, founder of the Rose, White and Blue Parade

SJ Q&A: Larry Clark, founder of the Rose, White and Blue Parade

Larry Clark is a founder of the Rose White and Blue Fourth of July Parade, which draws thousands of spectators each year. The parade takes place in San Jose’s Rose Garden neighborhood, with a third of the route following the historic main street, the Alameda….

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