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04/17/2024

“Cannabis has been used for its healing properties for millennia. The first documented case of its use dates back to 2800 BC, when the father of Chinese medicine, Emperor Shen Nung, listed it in his pharmacopoeia.”

04/17/2024

From a French Catholic saint to Kurt Cobain, the ghosts of 417 S. First Street will continue to haunt and bless upcoming neighborhood events in the SoFA District.

04/17/2024

This week, Opera San José debuts Florencia en el Amazonas, the final production in its 40th anniversary season—a landmark for the company, but also one for Shawna Lucey, its still-new general director and CEO.

04/17/2024

In an op-ed for Marijuana Moment last week, Paul Armentano, deputy director of NORML, declared that tens of thousands of workers “are leaving the commercial trucking industry because the federal government refuses to update its antiquated marijuana policies.”

04/17/2024

Fish Me Poke in Eastside San Jose stuffs quesadillas with bulgogi beef and adorns sushi burritos in Flamin’ Hot Cheetos dust. The experimental menu draws inspiration from Korean, Mexican, Hawaiian and Japanese cuisine.

04/17/2024

Author Rob Brezsny offers insights for all signs in the horoscope in his weekly Free Will Astrology column.

04/17/2024

Writer-director Alex Garland faces a tricky dilemma in shaping his new dystopian actioner, Civil War. Just how true to real life does it need to be?

04/17/2024

During his 30 years as singer and primary songwriter in Queensrÿche, Geoff Tate never concerned himself with getting his name recognized. In fact, the names of all of the band members were largely unknown to many music fans.

04/16/2024

Though born and raised in New Jersey, Michela Musolino always felt connected to her homeland of Sicily. As the granddaughter of Sicilian émigrés to America, Musolino grew up in two worlds, straddling the contemporary and the ancient. As a singer, …

04/16/2024

In this fable musical, a beautiful and clever little fox named Keen Ears is captured by the Forester while she is young. Though she manages to escape, the contrasting paths of her life and the Forester’s tell a larger story …

04/16/2024

Jimmy Shin is an LA comedy producer and comedian who’s gathered six comics for this special event. Some are local, like San Jose’s Tyler Stannard and Hayward’s Aivy Cordova. Anna May from New York, former political strategist-turned-comic Mehran Kodabandeh, Hans …

04/16/2024

Founded in 1975 in Budapest, the Tákacs classical music string quartet in its current iteration comprises Edward Dusinberre and Harumi Rhodes on violins, Richard O’Neill on viola and András Fejér on cello. Julien Labro, a virtuoso on the bandoneon (a …

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