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India’s Prime Minister Modi Arrives in Silicon Valley This Weekend

India’s Prime Minister Modi Arrives in Silicon Valley This Weekend

In a week that saw the Pope and leading Chinese official Xi Jinping visiting major U.S. cities, Silicon Valley is getting in on the action with a visit from India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi at SAP Center and several tech companies. The event at SAP…

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Homeward Bound Makes its World Premiere at the Tabard’s San Pedro Square Stage

Homeward Bound Makes its World Premiere at the Tabard’s San Pedro Square Stage

Written and directed by the Tabard Theatre’s founder and producing artistic director, Cathy Spielberger Cassetta, Homeward Bound: An Orphan Train Journey makes its world premiere at the Tabard’s San Pedro Square stage this Friday. The plot of Homeward Bound is rooted in the journey of…

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Myzen Ramen Proves Long Lines Are Not Required for Tasty Ramen

Myzen Ramen Proves Long Lines Are Not Required for Tasty Ramen

The summer of 2015 hasn’t been solely a dry spell—a wave of ramen joints has risen up throughout the Bay Area. Notably, Myzen Ramen holds its own against the latest batch of slurp-happy noodle havens.

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Tea Lyfe Brings Organic Fusion Milk Tea to Little Saigon

Tea Lyfe Brings Organic Fusion Milk Tea to Little Saigon

The milk tea genre has been in the Bay Area long enough to develop aficionados like Candy Gomez and Caleb Bui, who became such avid fans they created their own shop selling organic fusion teas.

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ShakesBEERience Returns to Cafe Stritch With ‘Your Way’

ShakesBEERience Returns to Cafe Stritch With ‘Your Way’

ShakesBEERience is a loose collection of professional actors who boil down Shakespeare’s masterpieces into 80- or 90-minute, easily digestible performances.

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Things To Do This Weekend In San Jose

Things To Do This Weekend In San Jose

Alas, it’s officially the last weekend of summer. Here are few opportunities to make the best of it before we dive head first into pumpkin-spiced everything, Oktoberfest and Halloween parties.

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Poor House Bistro to Host ‘Backyard Party’ for Stroke Awareness

Poor House Bistro to Host ‘Backyard Party’ for Stroke Awareness

The Lil’ Easy Backyard Party has only grown bigger and wilder in its third year, but it remains a labor of love for Poor House Bistro owner Jay Meduri.

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Yeganeh Bakery and Kafe Unik Offers Fantastic Sandwiches on Stevens Creek

Yeganeh Bakery and Kafe Unik Offers Fantastic Sandwiches on Stevens Creek

Iranian and Persian are often used interchangeably—this was the extent of my knowledge about Persian cuisine before trying Yeganeh Bakery and Kafe Unik. Now I count myself a convert. Food this delicious is universal, no matter what the label of the cuisine. I’ve driven down…

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What to do in San Jose This Weekend

What to do in San Jose This Weekend

San Jose is in for a wild weekend with a wealth of high art, pop culture and parties. The first week of Broadway hit The Lion King is under way at San Jose Center for the Performing Arts and Opera San Jose debuts its latest…

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Hoot & Howl: A Party More or Less Guaranteed to be a Zoo

Hoot & Howl: A Party More or Less Guaranteed to be a Zoo

Admit it, sometimes the bar scene feels a little tired. Well, in steps Happy Hollow Foundation’s Hoot & Howl, a party more or less guaranteed to be a zoo. Celebrating its fifth year Saturday, Happy Hollow Park & Zoo will transform just before twilight into…

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