Silicon Valley Beer Week 2015

A celebration of cerveza! Getting punched in the face with hops. Beer related puns and locally owned suds shops all featured in our beer issue. Read More

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Only a handful of groups have the credibility that SLF fought long and hard to retain throughout their career by remaining in high gear with constant touring and quality music.

Fred McCarty was raised in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountain's. Fred is a musician's musician. He has composed well in excess of three hundred songs and compositions.

A great night of jazz/funk and just good old-fashioned danceable music that is good for your soul.

The Santa Clara County Fair returns for another fantastic event the whole family will enjoy. This four-day celebration features live music, exhibitions, demonstrations, amazing food and much more.

Formed in 2001, The Iron Maidens have quickly established themselves as one of southern California's most popular tribute acts and are rapidly gaining international recognition.

Having emerged from Soho's ultra hip Blitz Club in 1979 during another economic depression, Spandau Ballet formed at school in North London before becoming the hottest unsigned band on the planet and one of the most influential…

Every year, downtown San Jose becomes the backyard of a fantastical kingdom in honor of the city's Renaissance Faire. Wizards, nobles, jesters and more flood through the land where Shakespeare stole hearts and the best workout was a…

Since their inception in 2010, San Jose's Trims have moved from dark atmospheric guitar-driven post-punk to indie-dance-rock territory.

During the nine days, beer-lovers can experience a variety of activities featuring their favorite craft beers including tap takeovers, food pairings, seminars, demonstrations, brewmaster's dinners, new release nights and other…

Based on the Grammy Award winner for Best Rock Album in 2005, Green Day's American Idiot explores youth, love and loss in an age of media saturation.

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Tickets to the Santa Clara County Fair

Win 4 tickets to Santa Clara County Fair at the county fairgrounds in San Jose. Drawing July 28.

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Music & Clubs

Amanda Palmer Drops Out Of Morrissey Show

From Amanda Palmer's blog. She isn't feeling too good.

Heads up, Amanda Palmer followers: Citing health issues related to a recent tick bite and the contraction of acute Lyme disease the Boston-based musician has canceled her much-anticipated opening slot for Morrissey tomorrow night. On her Patreon page, where she does the bulk of her blogging these days, she cites acute Lyme disease, by… » Read More

Outside Land Festival Announces Set Times

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With just two weeks before one of the biggest annual music events in Northern California, organizers announced set times today for Outside Lands Music Festival. The festival kicks off August 7 in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park with Mumford and Sons and D’Angelo headlining, followed by the Black Keys and Kendrick Lamar… » Read More

Trails And Ways Bring New Album To San Jose

Oakland-based indie pop quartet Trails and Ways scored big blog buzz with their wistful and bouncy tribute to Sao Paolo, ‘Nunca.’ Photo by David Wallace.

Although they are signed to two record labels—including Barsuk, home to Death Cab For Cutie—and they recently released a well-received single, Oakland-based quartet, Trails and Ways, won’t be leaving the comfort of the bedroom, their prefered recording space, any time soon. And why should they? After all, they arranged and recorded their excellent… » Read More

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