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A San Jose/Silicon Valley Visit Inspires
Posted November 9th, 2017
Written by, Fran Endicott Miller & Photos by, Max WhittakerWalnut Creek Magazine  San Francisco may get most of the attention in Northern California, but it is the metropolis of San Jose, just 30 miles south of The City, that buzzes with a palpable energy and entrepreneurial spirit that is contagious. Silicon Valley - the world's epicenter of innovation and technology - is not necessarily top-of-mind wh…
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants Announce Partnership in Major Silicon Valley Project
Posted March 9th, 2017
Article courtesy of Hospitality Net SAN FRANCISCO -- Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced today its first property in San Jose, California at Museum Place, a mixed-use development by Insight Realty Company that will also expand the Tech Museum of Innovation, slated to open in 2021. Museum Place will include a four star 173-room Kimpton hotel, three-hundred residential units, retail, restaurants and will…
San Jose's New Spark
Posted March 1st, 2017
By Rebecca Hurd, Managing Editor VIA Magazine The capital of Silicon Valley glimmers with inventive art, inspiring science, and creative cuisine. PHOTO: MICHAEL HALBERSTADTSan Pedro Square Market houses some 20 food vendors. From the terrace of the GrandView Restaurant, 1,500 feet up Mount Hamilton, the vista stretches from Loma Prieta to San Francisco Bay. As dusk turns to dark, the twinkling lights of pro…
San Jose - A Future Ready City
Posted February 28th, 2017
By Kyle Schatzel, Communications Manager Team San Jose San Jose is the Capital of Silicon Valley and the country’s most future ready city (Dell) with the world’s largest concentration of technology expertise. Over 6,600 tech companies call San Jose home, including Adobe, Cisco, PayPal, EBay and NVIDIA. Many tech companies are choosing San Jose as the host city for their events and attendees will find the cit…
How the Country's Most Forward-Thinking City Is Keeping Attendees Entertained
Posted February 17th, 2017
One of the country’s most educated cities (Forbes), the weirdest city in America (Washington Post), the most future-ready city in the U.S. (Dell) — San Jose has been called many things, but boring is never one of them. With new hotels, airlift, attractions, and technology experiences rolling out, the 10th-largest city in the country is one of the most inspiring places you can meet in right now. Center of…
Apple brings Annual Worldwide Developers Conference back to San Jose
Posted February 16th, 2017
By Patrick May, Writer The Mercury News Apple is bringing its Worldwide Developers Conference back to where it all began: San Jose. SAN FRANCISCO, CA – JUNE 08: Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during Apple WWDC on June 8, 2015 in San Francisco, California. Apple annouced a new OS X, El Capitan, and a new iOS during the keynote at the annual developers conference that runs through June 12. (…
'It has the feel of a benign dictatorship': Inside Silicon Valley, land of the geeks
Posted November 17th, 2016
By Chris Leadbeater, Travel WriterThe Telegraph "Mark Zuckerberg’s progeny may be the kingpin of social media, but there is an anti-social undercurrent to its premises, on the edge of San Francisco Bay in Menlo Park"CREDIT: © 2015 BLOOMBERG FINANCE LP/BLOOMBERG “Do you know the way to San Jose?” Dionne Warwick’s 1968 question was bittersweet. Held aloft by Burt Bacharach’s stirring melody and soaring strings…
How San Jose is Preparing for Super Bowl 50
Posted January 22nd, 2016
"Long after the game is over, the experience of planning a city-wide event will help San Jose host bigger, better meetings... when you take away the tailgating , the pigskin, the face painting, and the victors' glitzy rings, that's all the Super Bowl really is: a mega convention hosted by the NFL for its players, owners, sponsors and fans." …
Waste Not - Young genius, nonprofits, corporate partners team up to end hunger
Posted December 7th, 2015
“Before, they lacked an expedient way to get rid of food,” says Kiran Sridhar, the 18-year-old founder of Waste No Food, “For a stadium or a banquet hall, it’s culturally unacceptable for them to run out, but it wouldn’t be efficient for them to every day call every single charity to find out who would take it. There’s a time limit. Food goes bad.” On the app, nonprofits get alerted in seconds once someone pos…
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