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British Airways Announces Nonstop Flight to London From San Jose

British Airways Announces Nonstop Flight to London From San Jose

British Airways will begin nonstop service from San Jose to London in 2016, according to the airline.

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Report Confirms San Jose Car Commute is Awful

Report Confirms San Jose Car Commute is Awful

Confirming what many Silicon Valley commuters already painfully know, San Jose and San Francisco are among the worst cities for people traveling by car to and from work.

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San Jose Made Launches ‘First Saturdays’ Fair on The Alameda

San Jose Made Launches ‘First Saturdays’ Fair on The Alameda

Inspired by the success of SoFA’s South First Fridays, San Jose Made and partners are launching First Saturdays on The Alameda.

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Silicon Valley Pride Celebrates 40 years of LGBT Culture in San Jose

Silicon Valley Pride Celebrates 40 years of LGBT Culture in San Jose

A surge of recent policy updates, widespread acceptance and changes with LGBT culture in San Jose set the stage for a milestone 40th anniversary of Silicon Valley Pride Festival, returning this weekend with the theme “Pride XL: Looking Forward From Forty.”

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Italian Family Festa Brings Two-Day Street Party to San Jose

Italian Family Festa Brings Two-Day Street Party to San Jose

Featuring authentic Italian cuisine, live entertainment, bocce ball and plenty of vino, the Italian American Heritage Foundation is once again throwing its yearly festival in downtown San Jose this weekend.

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San Jose’s Fahrenheit Restaurant and Lounge to Close

San Jose’s Fahrenheit Restaurant and Lounge to Close

Downtown San Jose’s nightlife scene will dial it down a few degrees with the closing of Fahrenheit Restaurant & Lounge, but not before a few final parties.

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Santa Cruz Surfing and Life Lessons from Instructor Barry Green

Santa Cruz Surfing and Life Lessons from Instructor Barry Green

The weather in Silicon Valley may be hot and dry all summer, but just over the hill, great waves beckon to those who have always dreamed of surfing in Santa Cruz. As people come to Silicon Valley from all over the country and globe, many…

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Travel: Holman Ranch in Carmel Valley Caters to Work Retreats

Travel: Holman Ranch in Carmel Valley Caters to Work Retreats

Nestled among the rolling hills of Carmel Valley, Holman Ranch offers a unique retreat where visitors can bond and build, surrounded by rustic charm.

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Historic Toll House Hotel Revamps Restaurant With ‘Verge’

Historic Toll House Hotel Revamps Restaurant With ‘Verge’

A popular but hidden gem with a beautiful courtyard, the Toll House Hotel sits at the valley’s edge, where tolls were once collected before stagecoaches headed over the mountain pass to Santa Cruz. After a revamp and the addition of a new chef, the hotel…

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MOOYAH is No Ordinary Fast Food Joint

MOOYAH is No Ordinary Fast Food Joint

MOOYAH had me at free “fried onion strings” as a topping. Located in a strip mall in Los Gatos, this recently opened franchise touts fresh ingredients and build-your-own burgers in a no-frills atmosphere. Sounds a bit like Five Guys, right? But MOOYAH is no ordinary…

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