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Ramen Festival Founder Shares Details for San Jose Event

Ramen Festival Founder Shares Details for San Jose Event

The first-ever Ramen Yokocho Festival in San Jose arrives at McEnry Convention Center in San Jose for two weekends starting Friday (Oct. 3-5 and Oct. 10-12) with 16 ramen chefs from across the globe. Thousands of ramen fans are expected as 16 chefs from Tokyo,…

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Review: Delightful New Twists on Classic Cocktails at Jack Rose Libation House

Review: Delightful New Twists on Classic Cocktails at Jack Rose Libation House

Jack Rose Libation House takes cocktails seriously. This house of mixology, tucked away off Highway 9 on the grounds of the former La Hacienda Inn, specializes in creating homemade syrups, shrubs and bitters for their creative classic cocktail menu—and their extra effort shines through.

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The Undead Return Downtown with Seventh (And Final?) Zombie Crawl

The Undead Return Downtown with Seventh (And Final?) Zombie Crawl

Usually people tend to look like zombies the day after a big night out. But this Thursday, the walking dead will descend upon downtown San Jose with the aim of scaring up some money—and good times—for a good cause.

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Bollywood’s Biggest Stars Bring ‘Slam’ Tour to SAP Center

Bollywood’s Biggest Stars Bring ‘Slam’ Tour to SAP Center

Bollywood’s biggest stars are coming to the SAP Center with their new stage show Slam, The Tour on September 28.

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Hermitage Brewing Co. Releases Seasonal Pumpkin Ale

Hermitage Brewing Co. Releases Seasonal Pumpkin Ale

It’s that time of the year when pumpkin beers start arriving in tap rooms and store shelves, and San Jose’s Hermitage Brewing Co.’s seasonal pumpkin ale is among the only South Bay brewers to offer a unique pumpkin flavor for the season.

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San Jose Public Library Introduces Veteran Arts Program

San Jose Public Library Introduces Veteran Arts Program

San Jose Public Library is offering a series of programs that focus on the veteran experience of returning from war.

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Preview: ‘Art’ at City Lights Theater Company Aims at Friendship, Comedy

Preview: ‘Art’ at City Lights Theater Company Aims at Friendship, Comedy

The “art” from which Art takes its name is less a painting than a blank canvas. And while the stark white work sits figuratively and literally at the center of Yasmina Reza’s 1994 play, the production isn’t really so much about the piece, as it is about the way three friends respond to it and to each other over the course of of the play.

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Testarossa Winery Pairs Up with Gourmet Chefs for Food and Wine Event

Testarossa Winery Pairs Up with Gourmet Chefs for Food and Wine Event

Testarossa Winery hosts a grand culinary affair on Sunday, September 28 at the historic Novitiate grounds in Los Gatos.

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San Jose to Host Ramen Yokocho Festival at Convention Center

San Jose to Host Ramen Yokocho Festival at Convention Center

The construction of a bowl of ramen—noodles, broth and a few toppings—seems a simple enough thing. But the composition of the broth and what gets added to it make for many possiblities, and the flavors can get complex in a hurry.

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Luna Park Chalk Art Festival Returns This Weekend

Luna Park Chalk Art Festival Returns This Weekend

When it comes to chalking, the real art is gone by the time the chalk makes its final flick. Chalk art is really about seeing the lines and color in action—and that’s what brings the 5000 people to Backesto Park every September for the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival.

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