420: School’s Out

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Al Capone didn’t go to prison for murder, assault or any of the other violent crimes that solidified his reputation. Capone went down on tax evasion and prohibition charges. It seems this is the same manner in which the federal government intends to crack down on California’s law-abiding medical cannabis operators—one 1040 at a time.

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Silicon Alleys: The Organograph

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After three long years, endless meetings, phases of competition and rounds of elimination, the winning team of Chico MacMurtrie, Geo Homsy and Bill Washabaugh have constructed a 10-foot-high prototype of the Organograph, possibly the most ambitious public art project ever conceived for San Jose.

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San Jose ‘Borg

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On the trail-and trailer park-of one of America's great Swedenborgians, San Jose's own Herman Vetterling.

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Ready, Set, Grow

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The valley's cannabis collectives are at the forefront of the GIY-grow it yourself-movement.

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Vintage British Bikes

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The Clubman's event showcases the greatest of British motorcycles past

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What’s So Funny?

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The laughing yogi, Ramesh Pandey, spreads the mirth at Satori Tea Company in San Jose.

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Wiki Ways

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Kepler's looks to open-source tech model to launch a new initiative to help independent booksellers.

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Green Market

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A Hollywood insider wants to rebrand the medical marijuana industry and create a canna-conomy.

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The new climbing wall at Touchstone takes advantage of the old movie theater's high ceiling.

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High Society

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Cannabis clubs know they must offer more options than different strains to stand out.

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Our City Forest takes visitors on tours through the exotic trees of mystery at Rosicrucian Park in San Jose.

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Noir Affair

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Antero Alli's latest feature, Flamingos, circles in tight on the seedy fallout from a bank heist.

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Gordian Bud

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Marijuana's status as a Schedule I narcotic by the federal government, with “no accepted medical use in treatment,” makes any policy to regulate medical cannabis a Gordian knot.

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Song of the River

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'Chasing Water' shows as part of the Banff Mountain Film Festival on March 10 at Los Altos High School's Eagle Theater.

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Art About

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New projects promise interactive high-tech public art pieces in and around downtown San Jose.

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Stadium Push

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Fans of the San Jose Earthquakes hope that a show of support will push the new stadium over the hump

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Hate Crime Goes to Internal Affairs

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Atul Lall, severely beaten days before last Thanksgiving, says police missed key evidence in their investigation.

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Bruni Gallery Anniversary

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Artist Bruni celebrates the first anniversary of her gallery's new location in San Jose.

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Gary Salvatore of SVCare

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After years in the high-tech industry, Gary Salvatore is now trying to decode the city's tangled policies on marijuana collectives.

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034 Motorsport in Fremont

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The art of making cars go really, really fast, requires quite a bit of engineering and imagination.

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