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War Horse Fights the Battle on the Big Screen

War Horse Fights the Battle on the Big Screen

Hammer Theater presents a live screening of the award-winning film War Horse, broadcast from the 2014 performance from its home of New London Theater as part of National Theater live. War Horse will show on Dec. 29 at 7pm. War Horse is the captivating story of Albert,…

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Celebration of Love Provides Groceries for Needy Families

Celebration of Love Provides Groceries for Needy Families

With the holidays right around the corner it can be easy to get caught up in the idea of feasts and glitzy decorations but the folks over at Reaching Out Food Center are making a huge difference in the lives of thousands this holiday season….

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Kumino Restaurant Successfully Blends Fast, Refined Fusion

Kumino Restaurant Successfully Blends Fast, Refined Fusion

Lunch breaks are more than just time to satiate one’s appetite—they’re also a breather from work stress, a time to socialize with coworkers, an opportunity to people watch. Whether the chefs intended it or not, Kumino Restaurant offers an excellent setting for all of the…

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Pho Ha Noi: A Comeback for the Win

Pho Ha Noi: A Comeback for the Win

The food gods rarely give second chances. But to many pho devotees, their prayers have been answered with the re-opening of Pho Ha Noi in Little Saigon’s brand-new, upscale Vietnam Town plaza. Pho Ha Noi was a beloved pho shop on Capitol Expressway that inexplicably…

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San Jose Gets Crafty at Holiday Fair

San Jose Gets Crafty at Holiday Fair

Ditch the trend of gifting this season’s latest gadget and pick up something truly unique at the SJ MADE Holiday Craft Fair instead. For  two days—Dec. 17-18—over 120 local artisans, producers, designers and small businesses will come together to sell their goods at this festive holiday…

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Santa is Running Into Town

Santa is Running Into Town

When funding for San Jose’s beloved Christmas attractions were cut, the local community rallied together to keep old traditions alive. Thus, the annual Santa Run Silicon Valley was born. Now in its fifth year, Santa Run continues to attract those who love the holidays, as well as…

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San Jose State Introduces New Football Coach Brent Brennan

San Jose State Introduces New Football Coach Brent Brennan

San Jose State University formerly introduced new head coach Brent Brennan at a press conference Thursday. Brennan, who most recently oversaw receivers at Oregon State University, will take on the task of trying to lead the Spartans back to a bowl game. He replaces Ron…

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History San Jose Celebrates the Holiday with Champagne and Tea

History San Jose Celebrates the Holiday with Champagne and Tea

Before the holiday season gets too busy and travel plans and shopping take over, a relaxing celebration with friends or family may be necessary. The annual Heritage Holiday Champagne Tea brings back the traditional tea with scones, finger sandwiches, sweets and blends by Satori Tea…

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Genuine Heros and the Art of a Super Sandwich

Genuine Heros and the Art of a Super Sandwich

A sandwich shop in the South Bay really needs something special to separate itself from the herd. Danny Orozco, owner of Genuine Heros, thinks he has that something in the signature recipes he’s been developing the past 15 years. In-house slow-roasted meats, house-made sauces and Italian…

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Les Bizous Gives French-Inspired Kiss to Palo Alto Dining Scene

Les Bizous Gives French-Inspired Kiss to Palo Alto Dining Scene

Rising like a phoenix from the ashes, Palo Alto’s new French bistro, Les Bizous, is a strange bird. The restaurant was taken over by a relative of the owners of Crawfish Fusion, which recently closed. To go from serving finger-licking crawfish out of a plastic…

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