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Electronic Sriracha Festival Expands to Two Days

Electronic Sriracha Festival Expands to Two Days

It’s guaranteed to be a hot Labor Day Weekend in San Jose with the recent announcement that the debut Eletronic Sriracha Festival will expand to two days with a second day of special events.

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Comedian Brian Regan Turns the Mundane into Gold

Comedian Brian Regan Turns the Mundane into Gold

Brain Regan re-ties his shoes before walking onstage. After all, it would look really unprofessional if a shoe came off in the middle of his performance.

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Review: Spread Deli & Bottles Pairs Impressive Beer Selection with Impressive Sandwiches

Review: Spread Deli & Bottles Pairs Impressive Beer Selection with Impressive Sandwiches

One part craft beer bottle shop and one part deli makes for a successful recipe at Spread in downtown Campbell. The deli’s proprietor, Jordan Trigg, owns a fair share of responsibility for helping build up the South Bay craft beer scene with both Jack’s Bar and Lounge in Japantown and Liquid Bread, a neighbor to Spread in downtown Campbell.

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Veggielution to Host Annual Urban Farm Fundraiser

Veggielution to Host Annual Urban Farm Fundraiser

Veggielution improves upon the farm-to-table meal with a dinner that brings the table to the farm. The urban farm holds its annual fundraising dinner, Bounty of Heart’s Delight, on August 23 right where all the magic happens.

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SJ Q&A: Rey Resurreccion on Growing Up into San Jose Hip Hop

SJ Q&A: Rey Resurreccion on Growing Up into San Jose Hip Hop

Rapper and San Jose native Rey Resurreccion can usually be found in his studio room, perched several floors above the bustle of downtown San Jose’s streets. Freestyling since 1999, the rapper now has multiple LPs and EPs and has gone on tours throughout the States—all with no record label.

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22nd Annual Assyrian Food Festival Returns to Willow Glen

22nd Annual Assyrian Food Festival Returns to Willow Glen

Diagon Alley may have proven a magical place for a fictional wizard and his pals, but Samovar Alley, a real-life place (if only for a weekend), offers its own considerable charms.

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The Shrub Emerges as Buzzworthy Colonial Era Beverage

The Shrub Emerges as Buzzworthy Colonial Era Beverage

The beverage world is a notoriously trendy one (see energy drinks, bubble tea, kombucha), but who saw a powdered-wig-era drink storming the scene? And one made with a healthy dose of vinegar, no less.

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Take Five: Top Picks for Jazz Summer Fest Away From the Main Stage

Take Five: Top Picks for Jazz Summer Fest Away From the Main Stage

The San Jose Jazz Summer Fest is back, offering an eclectic sampling of music across 12 stages—both indoor and outdoor—on Aug. 8-10. Now in its 25th year, there are more than 100 acts and events planned throughout the weekend, including performances by Pacific Mambo Orchestra,…

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Preview: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest Celebrates 25 Years

Preview: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest Celebrates 25 Years

San Jose Jazz Summer Fest is back August 8-10 in downtown San Jose with 12 stages and over 1,000 artists, including iconic bassist Bootsy Collins.

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Palo Alto’s TheatreWorks Goes Behind the Curtain with the New Works Festival

Palo Alto’s TheatreWorks Goes Behind the Curtain with the New Works Festival

Audiences can sneak a peek behind the curtain of the South Bay’s premier theater company this weekend when TheatreWorks invites patrons backstage to see world-class playwrights in action.

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