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Brown Chicken Brown Cow Opens in Campbell

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Opens in Campbell

Campbell’s newest restaurant, Brown Chicken Brown Cow, which specializes in upscale grass-fed burgers, as well as some interesting free-range chicken sandwiches. The burger options go pretty far out of the ordinary, including arugula, pork belly, Brie, anchovies—really a lot of interesting choices. Yet despite how exotic it all sounds, BCBC turned out to be quite a casual comfort-food eatery—only with better flavors than a traditional diner.

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Dine Downtown Chefs

Dine Downtown Chefs

Dine Downtown returns June 21 to June 30 with deals at 25 downtown San Jose restaurants. Here’s a look at some of the chefs working behind the scenes to make the delicious event happen.

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Dine Downtown Returns June 21-30

Dine Downtown Returns June 21-30

From June 21-30, Dine Downtown San Jose will offer 25 intriguing downtown restaurant options to enjoy. San Jose has always prided itself on being at the forefront of thinking and technology; the same can be said of Downtown San Jose’s numerous restaurants. Prix fixe menus ranging from $20 to $75 cover the exuberant flavors of San Jose’s modern global fusions, timeless downtown institutions and gourmet dining experiences.

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Halloween Costume Guide

Halloween Costume Guide

The origins of Halloween date back to the ancient Celts, who held a fall festival called Samhain (pronounced Sow-in). It was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth around this time of year. In order to ward them off, the ancient Celts would dress up in costumes generally made of animal heads and skins.

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Summer in the Sun: South Bay Outdoor Activities Guide

Summer in the Sun: South Bay Outdoor Activities Guide

From watching up-and-coming ball players with the San Jose Giants at Municipal Stadium to exploring local trails, there are plenty of activities to indulge in during the South Bay’s warm summer months.

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Halloween Guide 2011

Halloween Guide 2011

There’s more to do than just trick-or-treating around the neighborhood. Get in the Halloween spirit with our guide to the best Halloween events in the South Bay.

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Nancy Pyle

Nancy Pyle

A teacher for 25 years and a former community college board trustee, Nancy Pyle is a San Jose City Councilmember for District 10. She was elected to the council in January 2005. Before joining the council, Pyle was also a community relations manager and legislative analyst for San Jose Unified School District.

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Rose Herrera

Rose Herrera

A U.S. Air Force veteran, Rose Herrera is a San Jose City Councilmember for District 8. She was elected to the council in November 2008. Before joining the council, Herrera founded the Norwood Creek Elementary School PTA and was involved in The Delinquency Prevention Commission and The California Association of Human Rights Organizations. She also worked to prevent gang violence with the County Human Relations Commission.

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Xavier Campos

Xavier Campos

After spending 20 years with the Mexican-American Community Services Agency (MACSA), Xavier Campos is a San Jose City Councilmember for District 5. He was elected to the council in November 2010. Before joining the council, Campos designed and operated MACSA programs targeting East San Jose neighborhoods. He also served on the San Jose Planning Commission for eight years.

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Sam Liccardo

Sam Liccardo

With roots in San Jose that go back generations, Sam Liccardo is a City Councilmember for San Jose’s downtown core, District 3. He was elected to the council in November 2006. Before joining the council, Liccardo worked as a prosecutor in the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.

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