• San Jose History

    Many know that San Jose is the largest city in the Bay Area and in NorCal—and the third largest city in California. But not all visitors dig into the interesting... Read more

  • Let It Be

    The Beatles, The Fab Four, those lovable boys from Liverpool, are one of the most famous and popular bands that the world has ever known.... Read more

  • Legends of Improv

    The popular Improv television show Whose Line Is It Anyway? debuted on American television screens in 1998 and continued until 2007.... Read more

  • Do the Margarita Crawl

    Although the stories on the origins of margaritas vary, one thing is for sure; they are incredible to drink.... Read more

  • Family Fun for the Holidays

    At times, the holidays can get a little stressful with parties to plan, gifts to buy, and family to visit.... Read more

  • Celebrate the Harvest

    The day after Thanksgiving, Black Friday is famous for long lines, incredible sales, and stores crowded with eager holiday shopping.... Read more

  • Happy Haunted Halloween Nights

    As you make your way through each one of the three unique mazes at Dead Time Dreams Haunted Attractions, you will be chased by all manner of monsters, ghosts, goblins, and ghouls.... Read more

  • A Festival for History

    These days, Silicon Valley is best known for the tech industries who call the area home like Google, Facebook, and Apple. ... Read more

  • Outdoor Movie Magic

    As summer vacation winds down, it's the perfect time to plan one more evening outside before the kids have to go back to school, and the dark of night starts a little earlier.... Read more

  • Sir Paul McCartney

    Paul McCartney is one of the most successful individuals in the history of pop music.... Read more

  • Root for the Home Team

    The San Jose Giants are the Class A affiliate for the San Francisco Giants, and they have held that distinction since 1988. ... Read more

  • Make Me a Match

    When Fiddler on the Roof opened on Broadway in 1964, it instantly became a classic. ... Read more

  • A Mysterious Easter Egg Hunt

    The Winchester Mystery House is one of the most interesting and mysterious architectural structures in the world. ... Read more

  • Meet a Legend

    Former 49ers and current Miami Dolphins running back, Frank Gore, is one of the most prolific rushers in the history of the NFL.... Read more

  • A Film Celebration

    The 2019 LUNAFEST Women’s Film Festival, put on by the San Jose Woman’s Club, will take place on February 22.... Read more

  • Small Works, Large Beauty

    Throughout the month of January, the Viewpoints Gallery in Los Altos is featuring a large and unique collection titled “Small Works.”... Read more

  • A Frozen Sing Along

    When the Disney animated film Frozen came out in 2013, it quickly became a worldwide phenomenon.... Read more

  • Broadway by the Bay

    Sir Elton John and Sir Tim Rice have teamed up for some legendary Broadway shows in their careers including The Lion King, Evita, and Billy Elliot. ... Read more

  • Perfect Pumpkin Patch

    One of the best things about Halloween is decorating the house and, of course, carving pumpkins. ... Read more

  • Phone Home

    Even though summer is not officially over until September 22, it feels like the season has reached its end with the kids back in school and the dark of night coming earlier with each passing week. ... Read more

  • Silicon Valley Shakespeare

    Much Ado About Nothing is William Shakespeare’s classic tale of deception, bravery, and love, thought to have been written some time near the end of the 1590s.... Read more

  • Can You Beat the Clock?

    As the seconds tick away, the sweat begins to run down your face. ... Read more

  • Perfect Day on the Pitch

    As the ball leaves the striker’s foot, it begins to wobble as it approaches the upper right corner of the goal. The goalkeeper dives, stretching as far as he can... Read more

  • Once Upon A Dream

    Sleeping Beauty is one of the most famous fairy tales of all time with multiple adaptations including ballets, stage productions, and of course the animated Disney version. On May 20,... Read more

  • We Hope You Enjoy the Show

    The Beatles are one the most famous and influential bands in history, and although it may seem crazy, it has officially been 50 years since the release of their wildly... Read more

  • Yoga and Beer

    While yoga and beer might not be as popular a pair as peanut butter and jelly or Tom and Jerry, the Yoga + Beer event at Hermitage Brewery is the perfect way to start your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.... Read more

  • College Hoops

    The entire country seems to turn their attention to college basketball when the calendar page flips to March, but there are many important games to be played before then.... Read more

  • Mysterious Mansion

    The name Winchester has been part of the American lexicon for over 150 years. ... Read more

  • Fantasy of Lights

    Picture you and your family riding through a beautiful display of Christmas lights in the comfort of your own car.... Read more

  • Catch Hockey Fever

    As 2017 starts its final stretch, the NHL season is just getting started. The local San Jose Sharks are currently in third place in the Pacific Division, and they plan on moving up in the standings as the season progresses. ... Read more

  • Waltz into a Magical Night of Music with André Rieu

    When you think of waltz music, you probably think of stiff dancers and fusty ballrooms, but with André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra, nothing could be further from the truth. ... Read more

  • Rejuvenate Your Mind and Body in Beautiful St. James Park

    In sunny San José, the outdoors enchant in all seasons, and this month is no exception. Throughout September, you’re invited to join “It’s Happening!” in St. James Park, where experienced instructors will guide you through mindfulness activities both relaxing and invigorating from noon to 1 P.M. every week day... Read more

  • The Taylor Street Night and Market: Brews and Bands in a Beautiful Historic Neighborhood

    Street fairs, festivals, farmers markets, and other communal celebrations abound during the summer months in San Jose. And now there’s a brand new weekly beer garden event, the Taylor Street Night and Market, that takes place every Thursday evening.... Read more

  • Celebrate Japanese Culture and Tradition at the Mountain View Obon Festival and Bazaar

    Here in San José we are immensely proud of the cultural diversity that makes our city and the surrounding area such a delightful and fascinating place to live and work. On Saturday, July 15, and Sunday, July 16, the Mountain View Buddhist Temple invites the public to join them in celebrating Japanese culture at the Mountain View Obon Festival and Bazaar.... Read more

  • System Overlord: Art, Technology, and What It Means to Be Human

    With a title that intriguingly puns on the allure of innovation, the promise of domination, and the temptation to excess, “System Overlord” is a cutting-edge exhibition assembled by graphic designer and artist Andy Tran.... Read more

  • See you at the Plaza

    Downtown San Jose’s premier spot for relaxing, socializing, shopping, and dining, the Pedro Square Market is a must-see during your time in our vibrant city.... Read more

  • San Jose's Alluring Watering Holes

    Travelers with a late night thirst for mixed drinks and brews are in the right town.... Read more

  • San Jose Bites for Sunday Brunch

    Sunday morning is a time for reading a newspaper and chatting lazily with friends, not to mention filling the belly with good bites and boozy libations. ... Read more

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