Articles by Kim Diaz

New Bike Lanes Introduced to Downtown Streets

New Bike Lanes Introduced to Downtown Streets

Pedestrians and drivers may have noticed significant changes to downtown roads with new bike lanes added on 3rd, 4th, 10th and 11th street.

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Good Karma Bikes Helps Set a Path to Recovery

Good Karma Bikes Helps Set a Path to Recovery

Good Karma Bikes is reaching out to the homeless community by providing people not only with bicycles but also the tools and skills to fix them and apply those skills for future job opportunities.

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Top Student Hangouts

Top Student Hangouts

With a large student population at San Jose State University and schools in surrounding communities, San Jose has has a variety of businesses that cater to young adults.

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Top Video Game Stores

Top Video Game Stores

Whether its old-school favorites like classic 2D scrollers and RPGs or the latest releases, San Jose has great options for video game shopping.

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TheatreWorks New Works Festival Returns to Palo Alto

TheatreWorks New Works Festival Returns to Palo Alto

TheatreWorks, now in its 11th year, will feature five plays-in-the-making and allow playwrights and composers to present their works and then hear feedback from audience members.

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Bay Area Athletes Competing in London Olympics

Bay Area Athletes Competing in London Olympics

The U.S. Olympic team has brought some of the world’s best athletes to London, in no small part because of Californian athletes.

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The Art Box Project Beautifies San Jose Utility Boxes

The Art Box Project Beautifies San Jose Utility Boxes

The Art Box Project is an ongoing project that allows local artists contribute to the cityscape with decorative paintings on utility boxes throughout San Jose.

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Ringling Bros. Brings Dragons to San Jose

Ringling Bros. Brings Dragons to San Jose

Dragons, the newest show from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, will make its San Jose debut on August 15.

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Bike Sharing Coming to San Jose

Bike Sharing Coming to San Jose

VTA is partnering with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to establish a new bike sharing program. The program, set to launch Oct. 1, will offer 1,000 rental bikes across the Bay area, with about 400 in San Jose, Mountain View and Palo Alto. Each bike will have high-tech features that include smart cards, wireless internet solar powered stations and GPS technology.

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Obon Festival Returns to Japantown This Weekend

Obon Festival Returns to Japantown This Weekend

The Obon festival returns this July in San Jose’s Japantown for its 77th year.

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