A sneak peek at just a few of the great speakers and musicians
at this year's Creative Convergence Silicon Valley. Read More
Creative Convergence Silicon Valley (C2SV) celebrates the nexus of cutting-edge technologies and creative arts and shines a spotlight on the future of convergence in today's fast-moving global economy.
Myth Taverna and Lounge presents Therapy Thursdays with a special DJ each week, mostly featuring local and touring house DJs. No cover at the door and $6 drinks before 11:30pm.
Back in the day, independent rappers like Andre Nickatina had to hawk mixtapes out of their trunks to get their next project funded.
On March 16, 1968, American soldiers violated, mutilated and slaughtered hundreds of unarmed South Vietnamese men, women and children. The military then attempted to cover up the heinous war crime. Not one perpetrator saw the inside…
- Sat Oct 10
- Oktoberfest at San Pedro Square Market
- at San Pedro Square Market (12pm - 7:30pm )
Oktoberfest returns to San Pedro Square Market for its third year from noon to 7:30pm. Part of the proceeds are Benefiting Silicon Valley and the California Crime Stoppers. The event includes live music, games, beer stein and food…
There will be one more opportunity to enjoy San Jose's fall weather outdoors before the cooler months of winter with the inaugural VivaCalle SJ, a free open-street event that will temporarily close six miles of San Jose streets
Strange and Mysterious disappearances started occurring when the old tomb was found and opened. Towns folks claim the dead still linger and terrible acts of sacrifice happen down these long dark passageways.
- Facebook Farmers Market@ Facebook
- Alternative Press Expo 2015@ McEnery Convention Center
- A Thousand Horses@ Club Rodeo
- TBD Festival 2015@ Sacramento, CA
- Foo Fighters@ Shoreline Amphitheater
- Club Atomic Black Card Giveaway@ The Ritz
- SoFA Festival@ SoFa District
- Dave Matthews Band@ Shoreline Amphitheater
- Bacon Festival of America@ Downtown San Jose
- Wizard World San Jose 2015@ San Jose Convention Center
Win tickets to Danzig's Blackest of the Black Tour at the City National Civic on October 29, 2015.
Win a $50 dining certificate to Bella Saratoga in Saratoga. Drawing November 9.
|Loading tweets by @metronewspaper…|
Though they may not enjoy the same level of recognition as some of their name-brand peers, production duo Christian Rich certainly have some serious behind-the-boards bona fides. Beginning with their first major production credit on Lil’ Kim’s 2003 album, La Bella Mafia, these two brothers—born in Chicago and raised in Nigeria—have lent their… » Read More
Twenty-four years ago, Metro columnist Sammy Cohen was a drummer in the Musicians Union, and Barbara Day Turner was a harpsichordist and conductor with superb contemporary music chops. They were friends, and after running into each other at the opera one evening, they contemplated forming an official San Jose chamber orchestra to… » Read More
False flags, chemtrails, second gunmen and perpetual surveillance. Conspiracy theories are as American as apple pie and have been an integral part of the fabric of this country since before our Founding Fathers even began drafting the Declaration of Independence. At least that’s what Darcy James Argue and Isaac Butler want you to… » Read More
When viewed in IMAX and 3D, The Walk is positively lethal. Technical wizard Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump) directs material treated in James Marsh's 2008 documentary Man on Wire-the true account of the French acrobat Philippe Petit's tightrope walk between the World Trade Center's twin towers. This ultimate high-wire act, performed 110 stories up, was a free, illegal show for the morning crowds. » Read More
Epic and yet surprisingly playful, Ridley Scott's adaptation of Mountain View author Andy Weir's best seller, The Martian, contrasts the vastness of space with the intimacy of a DIY podcast. It begins with a Martian tempest imperiling the Ares III mission. Astronaut Mark Watney is speared by flying debris. He's presumed dead by his fellow crew members on the Hermes as they hastily evacuate the red planet. » Read More
In an untucked, partially unbuttoned, red plaid shirt, William Wegman looks as if he's just left his studio to oversee the final installation of Artists Including Me, now on display in the San Jose Museum of Art's capacious upstairs salon. Curators circle around the artist like the ardent, independent geometries that float around a Kandinsky canvas, each one unique and vibrant in their own right. » Read More
A plaque in San Jose's St. James Park marks the spot where, in 1968, Robert F. Kennedy delivered a rousing speech to an audience of 10,000, shortly after announcing his candidacy for U.S. president. By June of that year, shortly after winning the California primary, he was dead from an assassin's bullet. » Read More
Unlike most events in which streets are forced to shut down, the inaugural Viva CalleSJ isn't a race. Anybody—as long as they don't bring a car-can take to the concrete this Sunday along any portion of the route and simply trip around in whichever direction they want, all to experience the guts of San Jose. » Read More
In the summer of 2009, Jane McGonigal was strong and healthy. She'd been a runner for years, trained for marathons and was working on her first book, Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World. It was just another ordinary day, and she was in a hurry—rushing around her apartment, when she dropped some papers on the floor. » Read More