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Watch all of the games on 40+ screens! 2 Dollar Tuesday Specials: $2.50 Slices, $2 Beers, $2 Well Drinks, $2 Wines, $2.50 Salads. Happy Hour : Monday - Friday 4pm-6pm. $5 breadsticks & pesto breadsticks, $5 Mozzarella sticks, $6…
We are excited to announce that MOD Pizza will be celebrating Thanksgiving (and our 7th Birthday!) with the Spreading MODness campaign. The event takes place November 24 and 29 at all 88 MODs, in 14 states. During Thanksgiving week, MOD…
Come on out to the San Jose Improv Wednesday November 25th for our "Thanksgiving Comedy Extravaganza. We have Bay Area favorite Nick Hanna headlining featuring TJ Kelsall along with Alby Bustamante, Chris Foster and many more!!!!
10th Annual Give Thanks >Wednesday November 25th + Friday November 27th Northern California's Thanksgiving Event Like No Other! Every year #GiveThanks has sold-out ... so join us this year as we are doing a multi-day event! 3LAU +…
Start Thanksgiving Day off on the right foot at the Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot. Before the big games, the big meal, the parades and the pies, why not get in a little exercise with a few thousand neighbors? It's an…
Thanksgiving Day Celebration at LB Steak San Jose. On Thanksgiving Day, November 26, LB Steak in San Jose will be open from noon to 8:00 PM serving a reduced regular a la carte menu plus two holiday prix fixe four-course menus, one…
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…
- Fri Nov 27
- SJSU SPARTANS Football Viewing & Afterparty
- at 4th Street Pizza Company (11am-2am)
SJSU SPARTANS FOOTBALL VIEWING & AFTERPARTY. Join us for the televised games, and after every home game to enjoy food & drink specials.
Black Friday shoppers looking for those unique gifts, have the chance to forgo the big box stores and support independent artists and craftspeople by visiting the San Jose Harvest Festival, happening November 27 - 29 at the San Jose…
- Sat Nov 28
- Weekend of Giving at Bottle & Bottega
- at Bottle & Bottega (3:00 - 5:00PM & 6:30 - 9:30PM)
Bottle & Bottega, the iconic art and wine studio in Campbell, has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to help those in need this holiday season. Events will be held throughout Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 28-Dec. 1) at Bottle &…
Enjoy a Makers Market on The Row featuring local artisan talent. Event takes place in Park Valencia on Saturday, November 28th from 11am-5pm. Specility Vendors to be announced soon!
- Sun Nov 29
- Fifth Annual Gingerbread House Decorating Party
- at San Jose Woman's Club (2pm-5pm)
It's our fifth year for the SJWC Gingerbread House Decorating Party. This event is a fundraiser for the San Jose Woman's Club and features a fun afternoon of gingerbread house decorating for children and adults, including children who…
Win tickets to CRISS ANGEL Believe live at the Luxor in Las Vegas. A $219 value. Drawing Dec. 7.
Win a family-4 pack to Bellator 147 at the SJSU Event Center on December 4.
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Musicians draw inspiration from so many different places-other musicians, major events in their personal lives, political movements, drugs and spiritual experiences. Barrett Richards, who makes murky and experimental electronic music under the moniker Kastle, says one of his earliest inspirations came in the form of Herbie Hancock performing “Rockit” on Sesame Street,… » Read More
Kutt Calhoun isn’t just going solo. He’s an army of one, and he’s going to war. The no-coast rapper and co-founder of Missouri independent hip-hop label Strange Music, has a new album, a new label and a bone to pick—with his former colleagues and overzealous police. Speaking on his cell phone as… » Read More
Eric Early, frontman and primary songwriter of the Portland-based Blitzen Trapper, doesn’t shy away from a challenge. In fact, he often goes looking for one. In 2010, he followed up the freak-folky Furr—his band’s pastoral, dreamy and critically acclaimed 2008 Sub Pop debut—with a sweeping, prog-rock throwback. Destroyer of the Void, which… » Read More
One reason to herald Brooklyn as one of the best films of 2015 is that it makes such an eloquent argument in favor of the classic movie studio style, while not being a slavish pastiche of the way movies were once made. In Atonement (2007), Saoirse Ronan was Briony, the child with the piercing eyes, born to stealthily observe and to grow up to be a writer. Ronan is 21 now, in bloom and key to the beauty of director John Crowley's adaptation of Colm Toibin's novel. Her Eilis is a determined, intelligent Irish girl of 1951 who immigrates to New York with the help of a priest named Father Flood (Jim Broadbent). » Read More
Laurie Anderson is a writer, filmmaker and musician. But above all, she is a performance artist. As such, in her new documentary, Heart of a Dog, Anderson approaches the subject of grief just as she approaches every subject she's ever tackled: by sidling up on what she has to say. "I want to tell you a story about a story," she says, describing what a tale-teller leaves out-when codifying memory, when choosing a detail, or when leaving the most painful matters out, either by design or amnesia. Here, she narrates her nested stories through clouds of on-screen images. » Read More
When endeavoring to describe opera, some begin combing through a thesaurus in search of highfalutin adjectives and impassioned verbs. But in Opera San Jose's production of Mozart's classic-and bawdy-The Marriage of Figaro, many of the usual operatic tropes are delightfully subverted, satirized and outright mocked. Set in a Spanish castle, the story occurs in a single, emotionally explosive day. » Read More
The dark gallery is full of people. Some are sitting on the long wooden bench at the back of the room. Others mill about, shifting back and forth on the balls of their feet, comfortable position after another. Everyone is staring straight ahead at the black box centered in the middle of a white wall. They murmur to each other: What is behind the box? Why is it emitting a kaleidoscope of colors? A few move forward to peer behind the box, unable to let the mystery be. » Read More
Well, 2015 is almost over, and the rent is still too damn high. In San Jose—the newly crowned "Richest city in America," and the surrounding Silicon Valley—there's little sign of cost of living shifting to favor the working class (or even the big-paycheck earners stuck with big housing payments) anytime soon. The holiday season isn't helping. This year, the familiar onslaught began even earlier. The major marketing firms didn't even bother with Thanksgiving—skipping straight from hawking Halloween candy to decking the halls. Jack-o-lanterns were still flickering in the early morning dusk when the drivetime news broadcasts were interrupted by commercials trumpeting Black Friday. » Read More
The only San Jose band to share a lead singer with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics is returning to its home turf this weekend. The Chocolate Watchband initially came to life 50 years ago at Foothill College, but the legendary '60s psychedelic garage-rock specialists played so many shows in San Jose that the city became their hometown. It stuck to them. » Read More