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Second Life

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San Jose's most traveled battle-rapper puts down the mic to give voice to local dogs
 

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Bodies in Motion

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Health and fitness experts prescribe remedies for inertia

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Big Basin Recovery Spurs a Rethinking of Forest Futures

The famous state park was devastated by the CZU Fire - what will it look like when it comes back

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Bhangra Boogie

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Bollywood-themed events are bringing rhythm, romance, and excitement to the last night of 2021

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Saigon But Not Forgotten

How Vietnam’s first original rock and roll recording artist, Phuong Tâm, was rediscovered in San Jose.

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BYU Edges Santa Clara University Women’s Soccer in PK Shootout

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Jerry Smith's 35-year tenure has helped Santa Clara University carve out a niche within the world of women's soccer.

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A Growing Legacy

J&P Cosentino Family Farm is more than just an orchard and a fruit stand—it’s one of the last remaining links to Santa Clara County’s agricultural heritage.

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A Large Gulp to Swallow

With 90% of the South Bay’s shoreline compromised, an effort is underway to prevent flooding—but who will foot the bill?

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These Old Haunts

The San Hauntse podcast has spent a whole year documenting the South Bay’s eeriest legends

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Fall Dining 2021: Squid, Labor, Upscale Eats & New Listings

With new concept, Scott’s Seafood rides out the choppy waves of the modern restaurant industry. Plus: staffing issues plague the industry, upscale dining is back and new listings.

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Tok of the Town

How Peach Tree Rascals went from a high school in San Jose to one of the top streaming artists in the world.

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Oktoberfest 2021: Birds, Beer and More

Oktoberfest is for the birds.

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‘Til the Wheels Fall Off

After dancing in the shadows for decades, the South Bay’s roller-skating community is rolling out plans that will allow future generations to keep lacing up.

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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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