Group of nine men posing for a photograph
Jul 10, 2024

MLS History Flowed Through Quakes’ 50th Anniversary Weekend

During the opening reception in the City Hall Rotunda, former Earthquakes player Boris Bandov shared stories about the Quakes and the Cosmos.
Two men in suits in a garage. The black man has a chainsaw; the white man has a hatchet
Jul 10, 2024

B.A.D. Musical Theatre Debuts With a Slash

Bowing July 12 with “American Psycho,” B.A.D.—which stands for Bay Area Diversity—is all about “accessibility and inclusivity of new faces.”
Archive Rooms at Stanford
Jul 9, 2024

Archive Rooms at Stanford

Starting with Lynn Hershman Leeson, a San Francisco-based filmmaker, and Bernice Bing, a queer Chinese American artist, the series will be an ongoing meditation on Cantor Center archived artists. This is the pilot presentation of the program, and the series will be ongoing.
Jul 10, 2024

Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology for the Week of 7.11.24-7.17.24

Author Rob Brezsny offers insights for all signs of the horoscope in his weekly Free Will Astrology column.
Marijuana plant seedlings in rows
Researching cannabis has always been a major challenge, and that’s even more true for research aimed at understanding the environmental impacts of weed.
Man on a scaffold holding paint and a brush
When the New Museum in Los Gatos needed an artist who could create a mural on location and share the process, Tomas Wisper Talamantes was a good choice.
Talib Kweli in San Jose
It doesn’t get any more real than Talib Kweli.
La Bohème in Mountain View
Since then, thanks to a charming, grounded story and a memorable, soaring score, it has grown into one of the most popular operas in history.
Erik Griffin in San Jose
Among other projects on the horizon, he records the side-splitting weekly podcast Riffin With Griffin.
ACGA Festival in Palo Alto
Wheel-thrown, mouth-blown, hand-scored, glazed and fired—it will all be there.
Michael Echaniz in San Jose
With a BM degree from California Jazz Conservatory and an MFA from CalArts, along with a hefty list of esteemed collaborators, there’s no telling what Echaniz will do next.
Cake in Saratoga
Catch their distinct blend of glorious guitar tones and trumpet hooks as lead Cakeist John McCrea undulates his signature chin follicles while sublime vocals ripple from his throat.
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