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Andy Weir’s Long Shot

In his third novel, Mountain View author Andy Weir goes far out to bring it all back home

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Valley of the Gamer’s Delight

Though often overshadowed by the gaming giants up the peninsula, the South Bay has a unique and comprehensive gaming history all its own.

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Fall Arts Guide 2021

Our annual guide to all the art, music, theatre, dance, immersive and mind-expanding events coming to the South Bay.

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Bay Area Tarot Makes the Local Cosmic

With Bay Area Tarot, artist Melina Ramirez immortalizes San Jose's unique people and places

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Verse Chorus

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Bay Area poets on how the pandemic has changed and reinvigorated the art form.


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Back to the Chateau

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New documentary lays out the legend of Los Gatos' counterculture haven the Chateau Liberté.


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Show Time

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Live events are back in Silicon Valley, but local music, theater and comedy venues are struggling to recover.

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Yard Times

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With Michelin-starred dining and classic amenities, a center that grew out of the valley's orchards in the 1960s has been reinvented.


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Making Moves

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This weekend’s Open Air Artisan Faire at Santana Row marks a return to live events, but Bay Area artists have survived—and even thrived—in the pandemic through virtual shops.

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Risko is His Business

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Why Morgan Hill Ukranian dance guru and kickboxer Billy Prusinowski is working to revive the lost legacy of his great-uncle—1930s World Middleweight Champion Babe Risko—through his fitness regime.

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Roaring Back

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After 14 months of lockdown in stages, Silicon Valley is on the precipice of post-pandemic freedom—just in time for summer.


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Mexican Revolution

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Why SJSU Professor Dr. Carlos Sanchez's new translation of an obscure 1950s Mexican philosopher is now going viral.


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Note to Cell

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The inventor of the cell phone, Martin Cooper, talks about his new book and why we've barely begun to harness the power of cellular technology.


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One Skank Beyond

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New book recalls the glory days of San Jose’s ’90s ska scene—and the backlash that followed.

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Elevating Horror

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How director Jordan Graham found the scares for his breakthrough indie-horror hit Sator in the mountains above Silicon Valley. 

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Tier Factor: SV Dining Guide

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Psycho Donuts opened its Campbell locations last year and now has a rotating menu of off-the-wall pastries that changes with the season.

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Tier Factor

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The county’s move to the orange tier and warmer weather has improved the outlook for local restaurants. But is it enough?

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Voices Carry

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Is the voice-based, invite-only social media app Clubhouse the future of online conversation?


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Land of the Flea

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The Berryessa Flea Market is Silicon Valley’s unheralded business incubator, but will it be pushed out by San Jose’s development plans? 

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Where the Legend Meets the Road

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What the rediscovery of 'The Joan Anderson Letter' means to our understanding of complex Beat figure Neal Cassady and the local family members championing his legacy.


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