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Must-Sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Dec. 16

Must-Sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Dec. 16

Storytime For Everyone Throughout most of 2020, Santa Clara County Library District has been turning to Facebook Live to bring storytime to life in a variety of languages for everyone to enjoy. Events run Mondays through Saturdays and include Bedtime Storytime on Tuesdays at 7pm,…

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The Ultimate Silicon Valley Holiday Dining Guide for 2020

The Ultimate Silicon Valley Holiday Dining Guide for 2020

As the pandemic lockdowns tighten across most of the Bay Area, 2020 will bring a Christmas like no other. Gatherings outside of a single household are prohibited and restaurants are relegated to takeout and delivery only—except in San Mateo County, where officials have pleaded with…

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Must-Sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Dec. 9

Must-Sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Dec. 9

Youth Poet Laureate Search Do you know a poetic teen? A lyrical pre-adult? A philosophical post-tween? Our Poet Laureate Janice Lobo Sapigao has launched the county’s Youth Poet Laureate Program and wants submissions from any 13-18 year-old interested in representing Santa Clara County. The first-ever…

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Silicon Valley Dining Guide: Week of Dec. 9

Silicon Valley Dining Guide: Week of Dec. 9

This week marked the first under the region’s new, restrictive stay-at-home order that has re-shuttered businesses and outlawed gatherings of basically any size if it includes people from outside a single household. But restaurants can still offer takeout and delivery, and after eight months of…

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For Justin Engel And Hermitage Brewery, Staycation Takes On A New Meaning

For Justin Engel And Hermitage Brewery, Staycation Takes On A New Meaning

It was a match made in quarantine. A month and a half into shelter in place, San Jose-based Hermitage Brewery released its first batch of its new pineapple-mango IPA, Staycation. In July, after the second batch of the beer had been released, local music artist…

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Must-sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Dec. 2

Must-sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Dec. 2

Winter Boardwalk I am always trying to find events that will get folks out of the house, but also keep folks safe. In the past, I’ve sent readers to a variety of summer events at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, but this may be the…

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Silicon Valley Dining Guide: Week of Dec. 2

Silicon Valley Dining Guide: Week of Dec. 2

December has arrived—finally. That may mean the air is cooler and the mornings more rainy, but it also means we are on the precipice of leaving this crummy year behind. But first, let’s take a second to leave 2020 with some positivity: maybe that includes…

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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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Must-sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Nov. 25

Must-sees & Events in Silicon Valley: Week of Nov. 25

Dozens of arts organizations and community artists and educators have worked together with San Francisco’s Youth Art Exchange to facilitate this extraordinary five day summit that aims to explore, engage and inspire creative expression from and for youth. An online culmination of arts education, representation…

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Restaurateurs Push Ahead with Openings Despite Pandemic

Restaurateurs Push Ahead with Openings Despite Pandemic

David Kinch has one piece of advice for aspiring restaurant entrepreneurs looking to launch their own ventures right now: “Don’t.” “Just find the wherewithal and the resources to wait until this is all over,” says the Michelin-starred chef who made his name with Los Gatos’…

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