Articles by Tad Malone

Michael Mina to Open New Restaurants at 49ers Stadium

Michael Mina to Open New Restaurants at 49ers Stadium

The 49ers’ new home may become the South Bay’s newest restaurant row and remake game day fare in the process. The menu at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara will include such reimagined comfort foods as Wagyu dogs and peanut butter crunch burgers.

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Latest Empire Seven Mural Project Revealed

Latest Empire Seven Mural Project Revealed

A crowd gathered next to San Jose’s Guadalajara Restaurant on November 1 for the unveiling of the new mural “La Gran Cultura Resonance,” a product of the Empire Seven Studios’ Mural Project. The piece, which runs the length of the building, has a trompe l’oeil aspect, with large painted blocks surrounding a massive portrait of the Mayan maize god.

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Timspiration: Art + Photography inspired by Tim Brauch

Timspiration: Art + Photography inspired by Tim Brauch

Saturday night at Seeing Things Gallery was a reunion of sorts—and a memorial. Patrons hugged and reminisced about legendary pro skateboarder and San Jose native, Tim Brauch (1974-1999). The occasion was “Timspiration,” an art exhibition dedicated to the memory of Brauch.

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Joint Show at Empire Seven Studios Captures San Jose Landscape

Joint Show at Empire Seven Studios Captures San Jose Landscape

“Cross Process,” the new show at Empire Seven Studios, features photographs by Josh Marcotte and paintings by Kori Thompson, as well as some works the artists created together. The exhibition opened last week.

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Reefer Madness at SJ Stage Company

Reefer Madness at SJ Stage Company

When it comes to a cult film like Reefer Madness, one wonders what more can be explored in an already absurd collection of cautionary marijuana tales. Luckily, the San Jose Stage Company finds something new by embracing something old: the original script of the 1936 film itself, to which it shows commendable loyalty. Reefer Madness: The Musical, by Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney

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Billy Elliot the Musical

Billy Elliot the Musical

Billy Elliot the Musical, the Tony Award-winning stage adaptation of the film about a boy’s love of dance and the struggle with his family’s expectations during a coal miners’ strike in northern England, arrives in San Jose May 7.

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Sperry Station houses Galleries and Artisans

Sperry Station houses Galleries and Artisans

Sperry Station is a relatively new business collective located in a historic building in downtown San Jose. Since last October, it has quickly established itself as an ambitious purveyor of the arts and a spot for creative types to exhibit and sell their work.

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Silicon Valley Super Bowl parties

Silicon Valley Super Bowl parties

Here are some places in the South Bay to catch the Super Bowl on big screens with all the extras that home can’t provide. And to get properly decked out for the big afternoon, Affordable Treasures (15795 Los Gatos Blvd.) is loaded with all sorts of fan paraphernalia.

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Food Truck: Kona Ice

Food Truck: Kona Ice

Among the many gourmet food trucks in the greater San Jose area, Kona Ice is a real attention grabber. A snow-cone truck rocking calypso music and painted in the vivid colors of a tiki bar.

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Nick Flynn at SJSU

Nick Flynn at SJSU

This coming week, SJSU’s Center for Literary Arts fall series shifts into high gear with three events highlighting novelist, poet and playwright Nick Flynn.

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