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FINALLY - San Jose Sharks Beat the St. Louis Blues to Win Western Conference Title and a Spot in the 2016 Stanley Cup Finals
Posted May 26th, 2016
"The San Jose Sharks will play in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time after a 5-2 win against the St. Louis Blues in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final at SAP Center on Wednesday. The Sharks, who started play in 1991-92, won the best-of-7 series 4-2 and will face the winner of the Eastern Conference Final between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning, which will be decided in Game 7 on Thurs…
May 2016 eNews
Posted May 25th, 2016
This issue of eNews explores Fanime, the San Jose Printers Guild, artist Tabaimo at the San Jose Museum of Art, Live local music, Dine Downtown, Copa America Centenario, neighboring Santa Clara and our amazing upcoming Festivals; Greek, Taco, Subzero, and The Rotary Fireworks.  …
Dine Downtown Restaurant Week Coming June 10-June 19
Posted May 20th, 2016
Downtown diners can experience a new hot spot every night over 10 days this June, when restaurants offer specially priced, three-course meals for Dine Downtown. From June 10 to June 19, downtown restaurants create special menus for Dine Downtown. Options include new up-and-coming restaurants and recognized, award-winning downtown icons.  There’s a meal to meet every want – from Hawaiian to Asian-inspired comfo…
3…2…RUN! San Jose Summer Races
Posted May 6th, 2016
You may associate 5Ks with getting up way too early and digging out that active wear you use, well, not as often as you should. No more. The growing popularity of themed runs such as The Color Run, Foam Glow, Run With Zombies, Rock n’ Roll Marathon, and Color in Motion are coming to San Jose and are changing the face of fun runs. Each of these races puts fun first and run second by offering plenty of distracti…
NPR's Tom Wilmer on The Rich History of San Jose's Japantown
Posted April 21st, 2016
"Within two months of the onset of WWII, Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 forced all Japanese to pack their bags and relocate to internment camps far from the Pacific Coast. Japantown resident, Jimi Yamaichi was 19 years old when he and his family were ordered to report to the San Jose State University Gymnasium." …
April 2016 eNews
Posted April 20th, 2016
This issue explores San Jose's Subcultures. These aren't trends, they're lifestyles; each with its own voice, drive and community. From the Fit Expo and Wow Cool Comics, to Cukui - where street & tattoo art meet apparel, San Jose is blooming with variety, diversity and awesome. …
San Jose Ranked Most Future - Ready City in the World by Dell
Posted April 7th, 2016
"It should come as no surprise that the "Capital of Silicon Valley" topped a list of the most future-ready economies in the world. San Jose took the top spot in a new study by computer manufacturer Dell thanks to its human capital, meaning the strength and engagement of its labor force and the education levels of its residents. Its businesses and local government also ranked high due to their innovation..." …
The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Silicon Valley
Posted April 6th, 2016
Get your belly ready for some serious culinary adventures. New(ish) on the scene, these 15 pics from Eater.com are sure to whet your appetite and give you an excuse (like you need one) to get out and try some new restaurants! Read more... …
Team San Jose Wins Outstanding Tourism Website Award from IAC
Posted April 4th, 2016
"Aristotle began work with Team San Jose in 2014 to plan a redesign that focuses on a new goal of becoming an all-around tourism website that gives consideration to the leisure traveler and touts San Jose’s health focus, science and technology setting, art scene, and diverse nightlife. To meet this goal, Aristotle designed an intuitive, mobile friendly website that captures the essence of San Jose..." …
March 2016 eNews
Posted March 23rd, 2016
In this issue check out the Silicon Valley Artist Laureate Celebration, the San Jose Museum of Art exhibit "New Stories From the Edge of Asia: Tabiamo- Her Room", work from sculptor Stephanie Metz, the poetry of David Perez, and great cultural events in San Jose! Read th…
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