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Valentine's Day in San Jose
Posted February 9th, 2017
By, Rachel Davis Team San Jose   Flowers are blooming, chocolates taste sweeter, songs sound brighter, love is in the air... which means Valentine's Day is almost here! Whether you're looking for a Valentine, celebrating Single's Awareness Day, or want to spoil the one you have, we have exactly what you're looking for.   Jazz it up this year with Winterfest! Nothing says “I love you” like swaying to the swee…
Big Drinks, Big Game, Big Fun!
Posted February 3rd, 2017
By, Rachel Davis Team San Jose As the work week comes to a close and we approach Game Day this weekend, we’ve decided to help you gear up and get in that last minute game plan with the the top 5 places to celebrate in San Jose. It’s hard to beat last years' Game Day fun in San Jose, with San Pedro Square turned into a football field, the celebrity sightings, and the game being held less than eight miles a…
Patrick Marleau Scores 500 Goals
Posted February 3rd, 2017
San Jose's own Patrick Marleau of the San Jose Sharks became the 45th player in NHL history to reach 500 goals, scoring last night in the first period on a San Jose power play.  Marleau, who has seven goals and an assist during a five-game point streak, has spent all 19 of his NHL seasons with the San Jose Sharks and is the first player in franchise history to reach the milestone. The 37-year-old is also…
January 2017 eNews
Posted January 26th, 2017
The San Jose Tet Festival or Vietnamese New Year is the grandest Vietnamese holiday, celebrating the fortunes of a wonderful upcoming new year. Celebrate traditional and modern Vietnamese culture to unite, empower, and inspire. Ring in the new year of prosperity, good health, and luck with the largest Vietnamese population in the United States... …
December 2016 eNews
Posted December 30th, 2016
The New Year brings many new opportunities to try new things! Try new cuisine made with local produce at Downtown San Jose's Restaurant Week or bite into exquisitely-crafted macarons at Racarons. If speed is your need, rev in the new year with the newest vehicle models and makes at the Silicon Valley Auto Show where you can see, touch, and test drive leading-edge technology. It's all here in San Jose. …
November 2016 eNews
Posted November 25th, 2016
In the "Thankful" issue, we express our gratitude for stellar chefs and the quest for the perfect quilt. See the Michelin stars shine brightly over Adega in San Jose, showcasing authentic Portuguese cuisine; or, visit the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles to discover urban quilting like never before. No matter the fascination, San Jose has something unique for everyone. …
'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…
October 2016 eNews
Posted October 25th, 2016
In the "Family & Frights" issue, sip Halloween brews on a baseball field, find fall fashion at an art museum, or find the perfect coffee to kickstart your weekend. For everything you need for your holiday "frights" this fall, you can be sure that San Jose has it all! …
September 2016 eNews
Posted September 30th, 2016
In this issue, discover San Jose roots, both our rich cultural past and how those traditions are being rediscovered, re-imagined and revived. From Mexican American cuisine, to the new generation of Japantown and the international art, dance and sporting spectacles that thrive in our city, there are a lot of San Jose stories!  …
New Almaden Quicksilver Mining Museum
Posted September 29th, 2016
Just 90 minutes from SF you will find The New Almaden Quicksilver Mining Museum in San Jose which showcases the history of mercury mining and the unique cultural history of the New Almaden mining communities. The exhibits include mining technology and equipment, a diorama of a mine shaft, a mine manager's office and various items that belonged to Mexican, Cornish and Chinese mining families. …
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