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The Tech Awards Honor Those Making a Global Difference

The Tech Awards Honor Those Making a Global Difference

Tis the season for giving on a global scale in Silicon Valley. The Tech Awards, scheduled to take place next month, recognize humanitarians and entrepreneurs from all over the world who are changing the lives of millions of people through technological innovations. Candidates are nominated and submit…

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Campbell Con Celebrates Pop Culture and Family Fun

Campbell Con Celebrates Pop Culture and Family Fun

On the list of Halloween celebrations and activities, this year’s Campbell Con is perfect timing to dress up and have fun with favorites in the pop culture industry. Campbell Con is similar to the comic conventions around the country where comic fans gather and dress…

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Sizzle Spot Brings the Heat to Little Saigon

Sizzle Spot Brings the Heat to Little Saigon

Asian fusion is one of the culinary world’s most oversaturated categories. It runs the gamut, from dancing over cross-cultural borders (e.g. Kimchi Quesadilla, Ramen Burgers, Sushi Burritos) to mere minglings of Asian dishes. One of the newer restaurants to embark on the lighter side of…

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Adega Earns San Jose’s First Michelin Star

Adega Earns San Jose’s First Michelin Star

The family was having breakfast when the phone rang Tuesday morning. Adega, one of the few Portuguese restaurants in the Bay Area, is closed Monday and Tuesday, so this was technically the weekend. Silence spread throughout the group, as chefs Jessica Carreira and David Costa, along…

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Warren Miller’s Here, There & Everywhere

Warren Miller’s Here, There & Everywhere

This fall, Warren Miller Entertainment releases Chasing Shadows, the 66th edition of its annual winter sports film.

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Olla Cocina Pays Respect to Traditional Mexican with Touch of Flair

Olla Cocina Pays Respect to Traditional Mexican with Touch of Flair

Olla Cocina’s inviting patio on San Pedro Square catches the eye, but it’s the interior decor—a pleasing mix of bright white tiles and vibrant pops of color—that offers a hint of discoveries to come. Vintage Mexican movie posters wallpaper one of the dining rooms, and…

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Never a Dal Moment at Sunnyvale’s Amaravathi

Never a Dal Moment at Sunnyvale’s Amaravathi

North vs South isn’t a question most people ask when they’re in the mood for Indian cuisine. In fact, most diners probably don’t know the difference. The Cliff Notes version is Northern cuisine is what most Americans would equate to “typical” Indian food featuring naan,…

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SJ Q&A: Courtney Karnes, Executive Director of LLS Silicon Valley and Monterey Bay Area

SJ Q&A: Courtney Karnes, Executive Director of LLS Silicon Valley and Monterey Bay Area

The Silicon Valley Light the Night walk received a revamping this year after changing locations to the spacious Avaya Stadium, spearheading the change and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Societies Silicon Valley and Monterey branch is Courtney Karnes. Courtney has worked with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or…

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Dia San Jose Arrives at St. James Park

Dia San Jose Arrives at St. James Park

St. James park will come alive with colors, music and celebration this Saturday, Oct. 22,  in commemoration of Dia De Los Muertos the  Mexican holiday honoring the deceased friends and loved ones. The seventh annual Dia San Jose celebration will feature sugar skulls, live wrestling, tons of local…

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San Jose’s Annual Short Film Festival Explores Cinematic Creativity

San Jose’s Annual Short Film Festival Explores Cinematic Creativity

The San Jose International Short Film Festival returns for its eighth year of short film celebration with world-wide submissions covering all genres. “There are other festivals but having a festival dedicated to the short film genre is unique and shows the talent of young filmmakers,”…

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