Articles by Nick Veronin

A Fond Farewell to Gilroy’s ‘Mr. Garlic’

A Fond Farewell to Gilroy’s ‘Mr. Garlic’

Gourmandizers of all ages, sizes and shapes love the Gilroy Garlic Festival. But there is one bulb-shaped individual who may just love the yearly celebration of this potent vegetable more than anyone else. Those who regularly attend the annual spice fest know him as “Mr….

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SJSU Judo Athletes Head to Rio Olympics

SJSU Judo Athletes Head to Rio Olympics

The San Jose State judo team is known for creating Olympians and this year it continues its legacy. SJSU judokas Marti Malloy and Colton Brown will represent the U.S. Judo team at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics. “It’s really awesome that two of the six…

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USA Women’s Gymnastics Olympic Trials at SAP Center

USA Women’s Gymnastics Olympic Trials at SAP Center

The road towards the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio is in full force at the U.S. Olympic Trials for women’s gymnastics at the SAP Center in San Jose. Among the Olympic hopefuls is the world’s three-time all-around champion and four-time U.S. national all-around champion, Simone…

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Super Bowl 50 Recap: Cam Newton falls to turnovers, Beyonce gets in ‘Formation’

Super Bowl 50 Recap: Cam Newton falls to turnovers, Beyonce gets in ‘Formation’

Years down the road when people remember Super Bowl 50, they will remember the pageantry of the game a whole lot more than the play of the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers—though they are likely to still be speaking on Cam Newton’s post-game press conference,…

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Warby Parker Opens Store at Santana Row

Warby Parker Opens Store at Santana Row

Warby Parker, the glasses company that promises to provide its customers with customized, boutique-style shades and prescription specs without breaking the bank, is opening it’s 20th brick and mortar store at Santana Row on Dec. 19. Like the shoe company Toms, Warby Parker is proud…

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SJ Q&A: Opal Nightclub’s Mike Van Anthony

SJ Q&A: Opal Nightclub’s Mike Van Anthony

Opal is Mountain View’s youngest nightclub. And according to Michael Van Anthony, the club’s marketing director, it’s the best place to have a good time on Castro Street. Opal recently celebrated it’s 1-year anniversary. We sat down with Van Anthony to find out what he likes…

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Seeing Things Gallery Is ‘Living in the Eighties’ with New Show

Seeing Things Gallery Is ‘Living in the Eighties’ with New Show

Christine Benjamin says she never really fit in at her high school. It was the end of the ’70s and she really didn’t like disco or big hair. But the ’80s—which bookended her college years—that was a decade she could get behind.

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The Undead Return Downtown with Seventh (And Final?) Zombie Crawl

The Undead Return Downtown with Seventh (And Final?) Zombie Crawl

Usually people tend to look like zombies the day after a big night out. But this Thursday, the walking dead will descend upon downtown San Jose with the aim of scaring up some money—and good times—for a good cause.

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