Dinosaurs once again roam the earth in Walking with Dinosaurs, the international touring production based on the award-winning BBC Television Series.
Hear video game theme songs from Sonic the Hedgehog, Link, Mario, and others in a new light. Simply put, Super Soul Bros. covers video game music, with a lot of soul.
It's not every comedian who gives you more than just laughs, but Margaret Cho is not about the one liners. She talks politics, tells stories from her life, and talks about intimate personal struggles.
A Bay Area native, Medina has been rocking parties from Las Vegas to Miami - along side major folks like Afrojack and Krewella. His versatility and ability to serve the crowd, has helped him rise to the platform that he plays from now.
Barb Wire Dolls are going to do what no band has been able to do within the last two decades-take the music industry by storm.
Downtown Ice's spectacular circular rink provides a perfect setting for skaters who glide under the stars and twirl around 32 twinkling palm trees. Come feel the aloha spirit shared by partners Hawaiian Airlines and Olympic figure…
Christmas in the Park is an annual holiday tradition that takes place in the heart of Downtown San Jose at the Plaza de Cesar Chavez. For more than 30 years, this whimsical event has brought people from all over the Bay Area together…
- The Limousines@ The Blank Club
- Lil Jon@ Pure Lounge
- The English Beat@ The Blank Club
- Not So Silent Night - Day 2@ Oracle Arena
- Not So Silent Night - Day 1@ Oracle Arena
- Billy Idol@ RockBar Theater
- O'Flaherty's 12 Year Anniversary@ O'Flaherty's
- Opal Nightclub Openingin Mountain View
- Triple Ho Show 5.0@ SAP Center
- Give Thanks 2014@ City National Civic
Win tickets to CAKE for New Year's Eve at the City National Civic in San Jose on December 31.
Win tickets to see Styx at the City National Civic in San Jose on January 28, 2015.
Win a $100 dining certificate to Hult's Restaurant in Los Gatos. Drawing January 5.
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Sony Pictures has decided that Kim Jong Un is not the boss of them, announcing that they will release The Interview, and the locally owned Camera Cinemas is jumping at the chance to screen the film, which they will begin showing Christmas Day. The farcical movie, starring James Franco and Seth Rogan,… » Read More
The King of Crunk got his party on at Pure Lounge in Sunnyvale on Thursday, spinning a set of club bangers and spraying the crowd with champagne. Our photographer CJ Supnet was there to capture the action. Whether you made the scene or not, you’re gonna want to peep these photos. » Read More
It’s that time of year again. Cold weather, warm clothing, an effigy of Santa Claus with a strap-on dildo flying through the air. Wait. What? “The whole vibe of the night gets weirder every year,” Limousines frontman Eric Victorino says of the San Jose electro-pop duo’s annual Christmas bash. He can’t quite recall… » Read More
You can't fight cute. That much is clear in Tim Burton's mid-1960s comedy, Big Eyes—which follows the reign of the highly marketable art of Walter and Margaret Keane. For a few years the pair were among the most famous artists in the world. Millionaires and movie stars lined up to purchase paintings by the Keanes, who specialized in figures of children, mostly girls, with vastly oversized, pleading eyes—great black vacuums, in which glowed gibbous-moon crescents of gold. Burton has a valuable collection of these waif paintings. » Read More
Bleary visuals, a blearier narrative and a stage groaning with characters in search of a stopping point É The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies is the keystone in the arch between the two trilogies. The masonry is shaky: obvious little-person stunt doubles in the long shots, billions of winged animated critters churning up the leaden skies in the final battles. » Read More
Here's the premise of The MeshugaNutcracker! in a nutshell: It's December, and eight residents of the little Jewish village of Chelm are presenting their annual Chanukah pageant, a collection of songs and vignettes celebrating the Festival of Lights, with tunes lifted from a certain Christmas-themed Tchaikovsky ballet. But their director has disappeared with the props, leaving the actors—each of whom has the IQ of a bagel—to improvise. » Read More
The elegant curvature of a great egret, juxtaposed with the rigid and towering white Saturn V rocket. Both share at least one similarity beyond their chalky pallor-the ability to spring from muggy terra firma of Florida's Atlantic coast and soar heavenward. This shared capability is just one way of interpreting the images shown in "Sky Garden," one of the many prints in Robert Rauschenberg's Stoned Moon series, which chronicled the 1969 Apollo 11 mission. » Read More
Brian Hartsell stares off into the distance, focusing on nothing in particular, allowing himself to get lost in the music. "Monk's Mood," the first track off Thelonius Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall, is still spinning when he comes to. The waves of sound weave their way through and around the particles of dust, which hang in the air, illuminated by the shafts of lingering daylight sliding through the venetian blinds. » Read More
After slithering into Seeing Things Gallery on a Friday afternoon, I am surrounded by aging punk musicians, photographers and skaters. In most cases, each person here is all three. Owner Jai Tanju is banging nails into the wall, prepping for his latest exhibit: one of Rich Jacobs' Move Photography shows. Some of the work is up, while more of it sits on tables ready to hang. In many cases, the artists are half-academic and half-punk, meaning, I immediately feel a sense of belonging. » Read More