Articles by Stephen Layton

‘Vintage Electric’ Construct Quality E-Bikes in San Jose

‘Vintage Electric’ Construct Quality E-Bikes in San Jose

The vintage electric garage is tucked into a dusty armpit of the San Jose airport, fronted by old bay trees and sycamores. The facility is unmarked, as shops with the word “electric” in their name are a target for burglars, founder Andrew Davidge explains. Each…

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Cafe Stritch Celebrates Rahsaan Roland Kirk with ‘Rahsaanathon’

Cafe Stritch Celebrates Rahsaan Roland Kirk with ‘Rahsaanathon’

Once again, Cafe Stritch is celebrating the man whence their name came, multi-instrumentalist and jazz innovator Rahsaan Roland Kirk.

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Electronic Sriracha Festival Music Line-Up Announced

Electronic Sriracha Festival Music Line-Up Announced

Moveable Feast has been hinting at their Electronic Sriracha Music Festival for a while now, and the details are finally beginning to appear.

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Interview: The JurassiC on the Current State of the San Jose Music Scene

Interview: The JurassiC on the Current State of the San Jose Music Scene

Last week, I sat down with the five members of local jazz/soul/funk band The JurassiC in an SJSU music room, and it didn’t take much to get them talking about what they love best: music, of course. When asked what they did for jobs and hobbies outside the band: more music, of course.

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The Bacon Festival of America Returns, with Bacon Backup

The Bacon Festival of America Returns, with Bacon Backup

The second annual Bacon Festival of America is moving downtown to Plaza de Cesar Chavez and expanding to two days, July 4th and 5th. And this year, Moveable Feast is bringing in bacon backup.

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Alexander’s Steakhouse New Executive Chef on Reacquiring a Michelin Star

Alexander’s Steakhouse New Executive Chef on Reacquiring a Michelin Star

Talking to Chef Derek Biazo is like talking to an NBA player right before the game. For one, he’s tall. I’m 6’4″ and was looking up at him ’til we sat down at the cocktail tables in the sleek bar/lobby of Alexander’s Steakhouse. And then it’s the way he talks. He talks earnestly about pushing his team, pushing himself, consistency, “executing at the highest level.”

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Hugh Laurie Couldn’t Be Happier to Play the Blues

Hugh Laurie Couldn’t Be Happier to Play the Blues

“I spent pretty much 10 years solid in the US and nine-and-a-half months a year was spent in a large building with no windows. And that’s the great part of going on tour. The adventure of it is getting to know people and see places. It’s a big place.”

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FanimeCon 2014 Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Everything Anime

FanimeCon 2014 Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Everything Anime

Few dress codes for formal dances require the note of “no weapon props.” But for the cosplayers at Fanimecon, a little reminder never hurt. This year, the convention celebrates its 20th anniversary, hosting panels and events on all things anime.

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SubZero 2014 Expands to Two Days, Celebrating Music, Art and Culture

SubZero 2014 Expands to Two Days, Celebrating Music, Art and Culture

SubZero 2014, the blockbuster summer celebration of San Jose culture, is expanding to two days this year, June 6 and 7. And “San Jose culture” is really the only phrase broad enough to describe the scene, as every year SubZero brings together the disparate strands of South Bay art, music, food, crafts, merch, tech and just plain odd to one big party on South First.

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San Jose Taco Festival Food Truck Lineup and Details

San Jose Taco Festival Food Truck Lineup and Details

San Jose’s getting ready for it’s annual taco overload with the San Jose Taco Festival coming to History Park on May 24.

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