Teetering Along

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The Teeter-Totter Wall existed for just 20 minutes, but made a lasting impression.


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Weed Hugger

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As the pot industry grows, companies try to match their eco-friendly image.

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In the Weeds

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Biden's administration looks to be better for weed, but by how much?

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Old Chestnut

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Beyond dead tractors and bulldozers, a tour of a forgotten pocket of San Jose.


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As pot legalization gets ever closer, obstacles like the filibuster remain.

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Under Pressure

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Hammer & Lewis hit 100 years old last year, but the party will have to wait.


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Name Dropper

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San Jose joins international cities that have named a locale after Barack Obama.

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Cannabis Cult

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The feigned spirituality of pot may finally be going up in smoke.

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Growth Spurt

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Despite surprises, the pandemic has been good for the weed industry.

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Music History

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A walk through Union Plaza and Music Village, a relic from a better time.


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From the Logs

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Dispatches from the alley on local vendors, authors, plays and a dying strip mall.


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Frozen In Time

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The pot industry’s 2020 goals were shelved, but insiders won’t give up.

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Into the Void

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Two bills in Congress could help fill the U.S. cannabis research gap.

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Makers’ Market

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A tour back in time of the grocery stores that helped make San Jose what it is.

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Unearthed Saga

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Local artists and historians remember Japantown’s past with technology of today.

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Pot Chamber

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MORE Act’s passage is a bigger deal for Congress than it may seem.

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Father Fiber

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Remembering Narinder Singh Kapany, an incalculably pivotal Silicon Valley pioneer.


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Gone Home

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Trekking a San Jose road with ghosts of livestock, diners and John Denver.

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Tech Tuned In

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Events may be off, but the good people can do with technology and data is still on.

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Playing Sick

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SJSU'S first virtual play about a plague shows how history seems to repeat itself.

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