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A Rare Korean Treat in Santa Clara

A Rare Korean Treat in Santa Clara

The spicy soup of Spam, hot dogs, American cheese, cheap ramen noodles and kimchi is known as Johnson Tang and, more literally, ‘army base stew.’ In spite of Santa Clara’s vibrant Korean restaurant scene, the dish is not widely available here, but I found a hulking bowl of the stuff ($12.99) at Jang Su Jang.

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Great American Seascapes at Cantor

Great American Seascapes at Cantor

William Trost Richards’ best paintings, on display at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center, depict depopulated seascapes with horizon lines that seem to stretch to a humbling infinity beyond the edges of the picture plane.

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Oliverio on SJ Medi-Pot Plan

Oliverio on SJ Medi-Pot Plan

Instead of jumping on the issue as Councilmember Pierluigi Oliverio suggested in March—looking to other cities’ medi-pot regulations for guidelines and nipping the issue in the bud (so to speak), San Jose has taken months to draw up a medical marijuana ordinance from the ground up.

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