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The former Los Altos mayor and longtime museum supporter is moving to Southern Calilifornia after 52 years on the Peninsula.
San Jose's Tabard Theatre wants to live stream shows without an audience but can't get Santa Clara County's OK to do so.
Both the Hammer Theatre Center and the San Jose Civic joined in a nationwide call to ask Congress to support shuttered live entertainment venues.
Following state guidance on COVID-19, San Jose State has been forced to make its downtown campus off-limits to the public.
A jury is set to pick three finalists from 963 submissions received by Urban Confluence Silicon Valley in its effort to create a new landmark in downtown San Jose.
The South Bay philanthropist and her husband championed diversity in San Jose's art scene, an that effort started long before their $141 million lottery win.
Named for late supporter Fred Heiman, the new space allows Opera San Jose to stream performances to audiences at home.
The Rutan Long-EZ plane, visible to commuters on Highway 101, was built in a Campbell garage by Skip Morton and his son, Kyle.
Coronavirus forces postponement of all in-person events until 2021
The famed San Jose attraction will welcome visitors inside again with self-guided tours of the 160-room landmark mansion.
The downtown San Jose performance venue is raising money to add high-definition video equipment and train students to work as video crews.
Work by six artists examines the meaning of loneliness in "lone some," a new exhibition on display at bus shelters and billboards in communities including San Jose, San Francisco and Oakland.
Ali Gass, who previously worked at the University of Chicago's Smart Museum of Art and Stanford's Cantor Center for the Arts, is the new executive director of the downtown museum.
About Opera San Jose 300 supporters joined a Zoom call to toast Larry Hancock, the company's outgoing general director.
Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition Executive Director Shiloh Ballard says San Jose is passing up an opportunity to change the way its residents engage with streets during the shelter-in-place.
Resource Area for Teachers has distributed 15,000 kits to Santa Clara County families with materials and instructions for science learning projects.
The museum posted a video showing the amazing effort that goes into winding the Nels Johnson "century clock" every week.
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.