Man and woman in front of the water
May 15, 2024

Old-School Advocates Preserve California Cannabis History

A few activists decided to address widespread ignorance of cannabis history, especially among those working in the legal industry.
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music in the park san jose
Giant statue of a coiled snake
May 17, 2024

30-Year Anniversary of Quetzalcoatl

Tezkatlipoka Aztec Dance & Drum and Movimiento Cosmico are throwing a big birthday bash for San Jose’s own incarnation of the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.
Ballerina in black leotard teaching a class of young dancers
May 15, 2024

New Ballet Dancer Alysa Reinhardt Shares Cinderella Story

Her path to recovery after a cancer diagnosis was arduous. But Alysa Reinhardt is back on stage, taking on New Ballet’s take on “Cinderella.”
May 15, 2024

Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology for the Week of 5.16.24-5.22.24

Author Rob Brezsny offers insights for all signs of the horoscope in his weekly Free Will Astrology column.
Toy men moving around marijuana buds on top of dollar bills
In cannabis, you have to make sales, and those sales have to earn a profit. MedMen tried to emulate the tech boom, and failed miserably.
MENTAL HEALTH, addiction, Proposition 1, San Jose, Silicon Valley
Before the March election, a poll showed nearly 70% support for Proposition 1 and no funded opposition campaign. Why was it so close?
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Tanya Tucker in Saratoga
Even decades later, she hasn’t lost her magic; her album While I’m Livin’ won a Grammy Award for Best Country Album in 2019 and certified her place in country music history after being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2023.
Jakob's Castle in San Jose
His debut album, Enter: The Castle, is not only a grammatical masterpiece of a title but an outright legitimate piece of music disguised as a party album—one that can be left on repeat all night.
Sammy Obeid in San Jose
The funniest thing about Sammy Obeid might be that he turned down a lucrative gig at Google to become a comedian.
Along with free parking, the show will feature grilled cheese and beer, games and prizes, an estate sale and even—as advertised on the flyer—a “weird person in the corner.”
Frost Music featuring Blxst at Stanford
His hooks and performances appear on a steady mountain of tracks, enough for the LA Times to declare him “leading the new wave of LA hip-hop.”
Alicia Villarreal in San Jose
This tour takes the audience through the history of her prolific career of intensely listenable and entertaining music, featuring a joyful-sounding band backing her.
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