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May 11, 2022

Yaa Gyasi’s Homegoing Is Transcending Expectations

After Yaa Gyasi’s first novel, Homegoing, won a number of top awards, the book world might have expected a follow-up that would be similar to this sprawling piece of historical fiction, which traced a Ghanaian family line across generations. Instead, the acclaimed young author—she was 26 when Homegoing was published...
Apr 20, 2022

The Chong Show

Casey Sonnabend
Apr 13, 2022

Purity in Obscurity

“I consider myself responsible to the coming generations, which are left stranded in a blitzed world, unaware of the...
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Apr 6, 2022

Making Their Mark

San Jose’s streets are rich in art. A walk through downtown or Japantown rewards pedestrians with stories-high murals and...
Mar 30, 2022

Body of Work

On a Friday morning, patrons at Roy’s Coffee sit on the patio laughing and basking in the first solar...
Mar 23, 2022

Milpitas Monster

Beneath the “In Popular Culture” section of the city of Milpitas’s Wikipedia page are three lone works of art:...
Mar 16, 2022

That Syncing Feeling

You can’t hear them ticking, but our bodies are full of tiny clocks—and scientists have just taken a major...
Mar 9, 2022

Disquiet on the Western Front

An older woman with blond hair clutches grocery bags and scurries out of the Slavic Shop, the Saratoga Avenue...
Mar 2, 2022

House of Mouse

Driving through East Side San Jose near the Tully Road overpass, a trio of red turrets juts up through...
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