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Stadium Push

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Fans of the San Jose Earthquakes hope that a show of support will push the new stadium over the hump

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Hate Crime Goes to Internal Affairs

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Atul Lall, severely beaten days before last Thanksgiving, says police missed key evidence in their investigation.

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Bruni Gallery Anniversary

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Artist Bruni celebrates the first anniversary of her gallery's new location in San Jose.

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Gary Salvatore of SVCare

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After years in the high-tech industry, Gary Salvatore is now trying to decode the city's tangled policies on marijuana collectives.

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034 Motorsport in Fremont

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The art of making cars go really, really fast, requires quite a bit of engineering and imagination.

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‘Obey Your Master’ at Exhibit A Gallery

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Metallica, San Jose skate great Steve Caballero and Tony Alva showed up for the 'Obey Your Master' show in Los Angeles.

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Hide All Star Academy in Santa Clara

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All Star Academy (ASA) in Santa Clara knows how to get young baseball players to perform at their best. 

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San Jose Eases up on Medical Marijuana

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San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed figures it's time to take a breather on the medical marijuana issue in the city.

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Film and Literary Tours, from L.A. to San Jose

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The interstellar crossover between literature, old buildings and film industry history all converged last week at the inaugural Los Angeles Visionaries Association (LAVA) literary salon at the Musso & Frank Grill, the oldest restaurant in Hollywood.

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Silicon Alleys: Sharks vs. Ottowa—Hockey Memories

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The Anti-man-about-town resurfaced at HP Pavilion just last week to experience the Sharks taking on the Ottawa Senators. He had not been to a game in many years.

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Reefer & Reality

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In 2006, Steve DeAngelo received a permit to open Harborside Health Center in Oakland.

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Silicon Alleys: Symbol Search

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The Triton Museum’s Preston Metcalf embarks on a journey through the deeper meanings of art.

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Silicon Alleys: Glen Grammy

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David Sharpe recorded his Grammy-nominated kids’ album at Open Path Studios in Willow Glen

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Niner Anthem

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For a group of talented 49ers fans, fanaticism for the team has beenturned into a rally song now on YouTube.

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Silicon Alleys: Over the Shoulder

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A look back at the columns, alleys and interstices that defined 2011 in San Jose and beyond

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Only Just Begun

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Look back on the year in medi-pot—and some thoughts for the future

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Blightings

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The urban explorer can’t resist the siren call of a half-empty stripmall

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Silicon Alleys: On the Venue

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A trip to Basel reveals what a great soccer stadium should be—can San Jose do the same?

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420 Column: Holiday Highs

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OK. So you totally spaced out and forgot that Christmas/Chanukah/Kwanzaa/Festivus is coming up, right? But chill out for a minute—we can think of an easy way to do that—and read this week’s column for some of the best holiday gift ideas for your favorite ston ... er, patient.

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420: Here’s Your Stuff Back

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While some San Jose cannabis providers experience a not-so-merry holiday season, Christmas has come early for others. About two weeks ago, employees at San Jose Patients Group and Angel’s Care Collective got word that criminal charges stemming from a Santa Clara County raid in November 2010 were being dropped.

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