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The mural by artist Denise M. Olenak near San Jose State pays tribute to healthcare workers -- including the nation's superstar doctor.
Flora Huang and Justin Matsuura had to cancel their wedding plans in Pacific Palisades, so Matsuura's family planned a surprise celebration in Sunnyvale.
When word spread that the restaurant's popular frozen margarita combos were available for takeout with food orders, customers swarmed to get them -- and probably violated coronavirus social …
With the theater closed because of COVID-19 rules, performances of Swiss mime troupe Mummenschanz will be live-streamed from the Hammer Theatre Center in downtown San Jose.
With the loss of spring fundraisers, canceled shows and closed venues, the South Bay's arts and nonprofit organizations will need a serious relief fund to survive.
Lenore Luedemann, who was born in San Jose in 1914, has lived through more than a century of change.
The university has exceeded expectations since reactivating the former home of the San Jose Rep in late 2015.
Two dozen works by artist Mio Dzakula have been installed at the rehabilitation center at Valley Medical Center's new Sobrato Pavilion.
Four years after its launch, San Jose's New Ballet has a new spacious home in the historic Corinthian Event Center in downtown.
Tom McEnery's second play, "A Statue for Ballybunion," will make its San Jose debut on St. Patrick's Day.
The museum's new exhibition, "Sonya Rapoport: biorhythm" showcases the work of the late conceptual artist, who incorporated computer work into her art.
"Ichiro Sacred Beings" is the latest product of the Playa to the Paseo partnership between San Jose and the Burning Man Project.
Local Color and San Jose Taiko are among the beneficiaries of the grants, which are aimed at helping San Jose's arts community stay viable in the nation's most expensive region.
Author Julian Guthrie and four women who broke barriers in male-dominated Silicon Valley will share their stories at Silicon Valley Reads' kickoff event Thursday at De Anza College.
Touching the art at Stephanie Metz's new show at the de Saisset Museum isn't just allowed -- it's encouraged.
San Jose actor Jonathan Rhys Williams has come full circle in his career as he prepares to take the reins of Tabard Theatre Company.
It has a "Blair Witch" vibe, but its backstory is touching rather than sinister.
Tim Ritchie oversaw a period of growth and change during more than eight years as CEO of the San Jose science center.
The $2 million fundraising goal would go toward the 107-year-old Villa in Saratoga to its original splendor, Montalvo Arts Center executive director Angela McConnell says.
"[dreamer] project: an Undocuplay," which presents the stories of undocumented SJSU students, opens Friday at the Hammer Theatre Center.
The popular earthquake simulator at the Tech Interactive, which opened in 1998, will be retired at the end of the year.
Kaleid will open Friday for this month's art walk in its new location on South First and San Carlos streets.
The Improv refreshed its interior furnishings, replaced its lighting and sound system and added a few nods to the heritage of the comedy club and the historic Jose Theatre.
Bruce Labadie, who has produced festivals for San Jose Jazz and the San Jose Downtown Association, received the Cornerstone of the Arts award from the city of San Jose.
Tasi Alabastro, one of four recipients of this year's Leigh Weimers Emerging Artists Awards, says he's "leaning into" the label and using the freedom to develop new skills as an artist.
The museum's anniversary gala honored co-founders Susan Hammer and Ann Marie Mix, as well as "Bay Lights" artist Leo Villareal.
San Jose City Councilman Raul Peralez was among the men who were on their toes for New Ballet's Ballet Boot Camp last week.
The Silicon Valley business leader sustained minor injuries after he was clipped by a motorhome during a charity bicycle ride on the Pacific Coast Highway last weekend.
Santa Cruz native James Mockoski oversaw the 4K restoration of Francis Ford Coppola's classic, which leads a two-week festival at Pruneyard Cinemas in Campbell.
The comedy club at downtown's historic Jose Theatre will be closed for renovation until October.
The iconic Burning Man artwork, which made a splash in 2017, will again light up San Jose City Hall Plaza in 2020.