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The X Factor

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Ex-MACSA teachers talkabout missing pension; Councilmember Campos isn't.

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Starting From X

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A Star Trek-inspired health care kit and paranoid tech warrior take center stage at TEDx San Jose.

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Foam Here To Eternity

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San Jose balks at EPS ban after $100,000 kickback offer.

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Gauging Gilroy

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Gilroy's race to become mayor turns nasty, forcing Don Gage to come home.

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Plug It Now

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CODA, a new electric car dealership in Santa Clara, zips in front of Tesla to snag a share of the market.

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Bottle Bust

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Arrest of assault suspects fails to quell controversy over attack investigation.

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Row and Run

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The 8K race begins in downtown San Jose, snakes through the Rose Garden and finishes up at Santana Row.

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Building Tall

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Eager to build, San Jose ponders relaxing downtown building height requirements.

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Contra Intuitive

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Moving beyond abortion, Republicans take on birth control. Will abstinence be the only option left?

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Lin’s Legacy

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Jeremy Lin, a graduate of Palo Alto High School, is giving South Bay hoops some credibility

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Future Crime

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The latest policing innovation targets lawbreakers before they even commit a crime

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Spare time can be fun time

Everyone knows that time flies when you’re having fun. When you hit on a site like eco-rico, you can get lost in the fun of taking in good information on conserving natural resources. Before you know it, the evening’s gone. That’s why we want to make the most of our down time, often by having a little fun. After all, we fill our hours with a lot of serious stuff these days, so it is good to take a break from that drudgery from time to time.

 

 

There are a number of ways to put a little fun into your spare time, and the internet age has certainly opened up those avenues. One of the fun things it has brought us is the online casino. Online casinos are more and more becoming a good way to occupy that down time. These days people are playing casino games in waiting rooms, airport terminals, even stuffy meeting rooms – anywhere they have a smartphone or tablet and internet access. The online casino craze has taken the cyberworld by storm for a number of reasons, fun being the obvious reason. Playing a game of blackjack or poker brings a lot of excitement, mystery and reward to that down time. Online casinos have also mastered the high-tech skills needed to make sites easy to navigate and games easy to play. Deposit and withdrawal systems have never been more varied, safe and secure in the internet casino than they are nowadays. You can use anything from the customary credit cards, to a third-party payment system, if you like the extra level of security. And there are a wide variety of bonuses offered at the casino sites – for signing up, depositing and getting friends into the action.

Plenty of choices

Naturally, with the popularity of online casino play comes an inundating number of sites to choose from. That’s why it is good to save that valuable time by going to a site that helps you shop. That’s where sites such as ReviewsCasino come in handy. Reviews Casino is based in Australia, where they take pride in their gambling sites. The people on the island continent are noted for their love of gambling, so it is only logical that Reviews Casino would be a good place to start when shopping for an online casino. This site helps guide you to the right online casino for your taste, your software and even your skill level. That’s right, you can even get tips on how to play games using the best strategies. There are plenty of lists of casinos there, and you can find lots of articles. As its name indicates, Reviews Casino has a lot of helpful, objective reviews. Take a look at their review of Europa Casino online, for example. You can find the advantages of downloading the site versus using the flash mode, a blurb on bonuses and special promotions and a note the the diversity of Europa Casino online. You can also take a peek at the table layouts for some of their games.

Fun can be free

With the confusing patchwork of laws pertaining to online gambling, you may wonder if it is legal to play where you live. Legislatures in the U.S. have approached the issue in different ways. New York has its own rules, for instance. But cross the river into New Jersey, and it is a different game. So it is best to check the laws where you live. One thing is a sure bet: you can play for free anywhere, and that’s why most online casinos offer a play-for-free mode in which you gamble with play money. Many people use this mode to familiarize themselves with the games or to practice strategy. Reviews Casino has a separate section for that, too.

When you consider the options that online casinos offer, it is easy to see why so many people are finding casino games a good way to make time fly.

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San Jose Partners for Downtown WiFi

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Can San Jose's municipal WiFi project finally make the city the true Capital of Silicon Valley?

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La Mesa Verde Brings Healthy Food to Low-Income Familes

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As La Mesa Verde gives gardens to low-income families, the program's creator has even bigger plans.

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Home of the Rave

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Is the campaign against Ectasy youth a response to an epidemic— or an overreaction?

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Bagging Out

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San Jose's plastic bag ban, which went into effect Jan. 1, has its designers hoping for a countywide pushback.

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Empty Nest

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Due to budget woes, San Jose has spent more than $137 million on four public facilities that closed the day they were finished—including a new police substation.

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Wine or Whine?

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Oenophiles who consume $230 magnums at Silicon Valley’s top restaurants may be unaware that one “rock star” winemaker currently finds himself in hot water.

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Tax Spat

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San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed threatens hike in medi-pot dispensary tax to pay for ballot initiative on pot-club rules

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Tech Geeks And Sinners

Using a sophisticated business model, a new wave of Christian churches are targeting Silicon Valley's young and successful

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