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The Second Step: Keeping the Weight Off

The Second Step: Keeping the Weight Off

Mary Tunison is a facilitator for a support group at Good Samaritan in San Jose made up of individuals who undergo bariatric surgery for morbid obesity—which means being more than 100 pounds overweight. She notes that surgery is just the first step for these patients….

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Guzzlin’ Ganja

Guzzlin’ Ganja

Along with cannabis legalization has come a seemingly endless choice of ingestion methods: a wide array of edibles, vapes, capsules, tinctures, oils and more. And, of course, there is raw bud—still by far the most popular product. Meanwhile, big money is pouring into yet another…

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The Year in Weed

The Year in Weed

Since 2012, when Washington and Colorado legalized pot for adult use, every year has been eventful for cannabis. But the biggest story of 2021 might be something that didn’t happen: federal legalization. The same thing might happen next year. Still, legalization at the state level…

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Life Is But a Stream

Life Is But a Stream

Things fall apart. Markets fragment. The critic’s traditional “top 10” list means less in this era of diversified audiences. Audiences are multiverses, each with their own canon. The Matrix Resurrections demonstrates how movies cause divisions—where would QAnon have been without that red pill, blue pill…

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LIST: Holiday Events Will be Different, But Still Aplenty

LIST: Holiday Events Will be Different, But Still Aplenty

As soon as the shelter-in-place order came down in March, Ken Borelli knew we were in it for the long haul. A longtime member of San Jose’s Italian American Heritage Foundation, Borelli said the organization began planning this year’s holiday festivities six months in advance….

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Film Festivals Are Going Virtual. Here’s How to Watch

Film Festivals Are Going Virtual. Here’s How to Watch

Film festivals, where artists meet other artists, mingle with new fans and talk about their work in front of an enthusiastic audience, have been flipped on their heads since March. But the savvy crews behind the many festivals that typically happen in the Bay Area…

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Free Local Delivery

Free Local Delivery

Wineries in the Santa Clara Valley are offering free delivery throughout the area to residents who are sheltering in place due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The following is a list of those that are offering the service. More local wineries are also providing curbside pickup…

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Freed Cocktails: Your Drink Followed You Home From the Bar, and Isn’t Leaving

Freed Cocktails: Your Drink Followed You Home From the Bar, and Isn’t Leaving

Santa Clara County’s mandatory closure of bars and restaurants has left a bit of a void for many. Some miss the food. Others, the socializing. For me, I miss the cocktails. While I am no stranger to executing high quality cocktails in a home setting,…

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Monterey Wine Competition Winners

Monterey Wine Competition Winners

South Valley wineries that entered the Monterey International Wine Competition, held March 14 in King City, scored well. Alara Cellars pulled a Gold for its 2017 Cabernet Pfeffer and Silvers for their 2017 Barbera, Grenache and Montepulciano, all from San Benito. Lightpost winemaker Christian Roguenant and…

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Wineries offer deals during COVID-19

Wineries offer deals during COVID-19

While tasting rooms are currently closed, most local wineries are ready to supply the wine people need to sip while sheltering. Local restaurants Maurizio’s, Odeum, Rosy’s, Siam Thai and West Side Grill are all offering local bottles to go with food orders. Visit santaclarawines.com for…

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