Articles by Stephen Layton

San Jose Taco Fest Returns with Luchadores and More

San Jose Taco Fest Returns with Luchadores and More

It’s taco time once again in San Jose, as the annual San Jose Taco Fest returns for a third year.

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Dalai Lama Stresses Compassion and Kindness at Santa Clara University

Dalai Lama Stresses Compassion and Kindness at Santa Clara University

Downplaying the significance of his own presence, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, visited Santa Clara University on Feb. 24. It marked the first visit by a Dalai Lama in the Jesuit institution’s 162-year history.

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Third Thursday at SJMA: From Steampunk to Post-it Notes

Third Thursday at SJMA: From Steampunk to Post-it Notes

Doll heads, artisanal biscotti, and umbrellas—two of these things were on sale last month at the San Jose Museum of Art’s Third Thursday, and the other was only on display.

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Lunch with Artist Robert Karimi: “Comedy and Food Are My Vehicles”

Lunch with Artist Robert Karimi: “Comedy and Food Are My Vehicles”

Over nopalitos con huevos and sopes, Karimi explained the dynamic of his new show “Love, Food, Love” down the street at MACLA.

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SJ Q&A: Jay Meduri, Owner of Poor House Bistro

SJ Q&A: Jay Meduri, Owner of Poor House Bistro

Jay Meduri got his degree from San Jose State University while working for various restaurants in the Bay Area, but blues music always held a special place in his heart.

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“Don’t Be a Darling About It”: Jason McHenry’s One Million Paintings

“Don’t Be a Darling About It”: Jason McHenry’s One Million Paintings

In high school it was with wine coolers in the backyard. In college, maybe more like bourbon. Today it was a couple cups of coffee in Jason McHenry’s chilly Castro Valley garage, where we created paintings number 328,473 through 328,518. And those numbers are on their way to one million.

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Preview: San Jose Beerwalk Takes Over Japantown

Preview: San Jose Beerwalk Takes Over Japantown

SF Beer Week, which kicks off Feb. 7, has made an incursion south: the winter edition of the San Jose Beerwalk, taking place Feb. 8, 2-6pm, in San Jose’s Japantown.

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Bar Report: Lexington House Offers a Fresh Look at Classics, Original Cocktails

Bar Report: Lexington House Offers a Fresh Look at Classics, Original Cocktails

Last fall, Bay Area bar gurus Stephen Shelton and Jimmy Marino teamed up with chef Philippe Breneman to open Lexington House, a chic bar and restaurant that focuses on local ingredients and offers friendly hangout. Recently, Shelton sat down with SanJose.com to talk about Lexington House’s cocktails, tending the bar and whether his first restaurant has lived up to his expectations.

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5 Killer Shows to See This Week in San Jose

5 Killer Shows to See This Week in San Jose

With new venues popping up all over downtown San Jose, there’s live music for every taste every week. We’ve rounded up 5 of the best shows this week below.

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Cirque du Soleil Returns With Amaluna

Cirque du Soleil Returns With Amaluna

That huge blue and yellow tent pitched by the Taylor Street Bridge marks the return of Cirque de Soleil to San Jose with its production Amaluna.

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