Drawn Together

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Grassroots Luna Park Chalk Art Festival brings together community, local artists for a day of chalking it up.

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Checking In

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Exhibition at MLK Library explores heyday of Downtown San Jose's historic hotels.

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There and Back Again

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After 43 years, time capsule meets end of journey through time-and between libraries.

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In the Box

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A program in Edmonton, Canada, spruced up utility boxes, put at-risk kids to work and inspired San Jose's own art boxes.

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Urban Renewal

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The 2013 edition of the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest took full advantage of San Jose's compact downtown.

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Tribute to a Patron Saint

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Cafe Stritch marks the birthday of Rahsaan Roland Kirk with a long weekend of festivities concurrent with the Jazz Summer Fest.

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Viva el Fest

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In just a little more than 20 years, the Mariachi Festival has blossomed into a wide-ranging celebration of Mexican culture.

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Tapping History

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Santa Clara Valley Brewing's Steve Donohue and Tom Clark intend to open their own brewery in 2014.

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Beer’s Near

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As craft beer has gained prominence, Downtown San Jose has become a hub for all things sudsy.

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A Walk in the Park

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With Music in the Park and Fountain Blues Fest, St. James Park proves a promising spot for outdoor music.

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Cool for School

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Mexican Heritage Plaza arts school inspires young minds and galvanizes a neighborhood.

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Kick Start

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Artists, restaurants pitch in to raise funds for a field house honoring the man who brought soccer to San Jose.

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Wall Together

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CreaTV encourages San Joseans to 'raise their voices' with a Free Speech Wall.

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Village of the Damned

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Residents of Alviso neighborhood cling to roots, fight for future.

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Stones Angels

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One-time Dead and Stones manager Sam Cutler comes to new Studio Bongiorno to tell what really happened at Altamont.

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Cats Kill

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Birders and shelter officials say feral cats endanger other species.

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Petals and Peacocks

Petals and Peacocks, founded 26-year-old Victoria Velasquez and her fiance, Ryan Mante, was launched to national renown from the South Bay, so the idea of opening a local flagship store grew on Velasquez.

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Bob Calhoun: Shattering Conventions

In his new book, Bob Calhoun wallows in the underbelly of conspiracy and sci-fi conventions.

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Torso Titian

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Painter Trina Merry creates mobile masterpieces on the bodies of her willing subjects.

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Tea and Synchronicity

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A sip of Montreal's tea culture evokes a Proustian memory of San Jose's Satori Tea.

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