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Angels on Stage enhances the lives of children and young adults with special needs by using professional performing arts to teach important skills and break down stereotypes.

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Cupertino Seeks Community Input in Future of Fine Arts Commission

The city of Cupertino is asking residents to help decide a new name for the Fine Arts Commission. The City wants a name that will increase public interest and align better with its set goals.

(April 27, 2022) → Read the full Cupertino Today report
San Jose Viet Museum Preserve History of Vietnamese Refugees

In a corner of San Jose History Park, a yellow historic Victorian house is home to the Museum of the Boat People & Republic of Vietnam.

(March 12, 2022) → Read the full San Jose Spotlight report

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Symphony San Jose Taps Classical Music Veteran Robert Massey

Massey is the successor to symphony founder Andrew Bales, pending his long-planned retirement.

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Limelight’s ‘accidentally timely’ show opens May 6

Limelight by South Valley Civic Theatre’s upcoming comedy is about a family who is stuck in a rut and rarely gets out of their house. It’s a timely show that resonates with much of the country, following two years of …

Image caption: From Past to Present: The range of California art in the museums listed below is represented by the Crocker Art Museum’s exterior: one half completed in 1872, the other added in 2010.
Golden State Treasures

Gold Rush-era landscapes, funk art sculptures, pop art statements, Chicano art movement masterworks—here are 10 places to explore the work of California artists.

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Garlic Festival: ‘Massive’ events no longer realistic

The Gilroy Garlic Festival will not host its traditional event this year or for the “foreseeable future,” organizers announced this week. A series of smaller, more intimate events still on tap for 2022 aim to bring the festival back to …

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The ‘Sounds of Summer’ return to Los Gatos

Plans are underway for this summer’s return of Music in the Park, the downtown Promenades and the 20th annual Jazz on the Plazz concert series. Los Gatans are so eager for summer fun that Jazz founder Teri Hope has been …

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Planting seeds for the future: Artists unveil downtown mural

A group of Gilroy artists unveiled their new mural April 15 on the side of 6th Street Studios and Art Center downtown, a work that represents the past, present and future of the Santa Clara Valley city. Armando Franco led …

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Poppy Jasper festival celebrates filmmakers at gala

The stars not only gathered in the clear night sky above Gilroy on April 8, but also under one roof downtown. The Poppy Jasper International Film Festival, back for the first time in-person since its 2019 iteration, celebrated its filmmakers, …

Image caption: State Sen. Steve Glazer speaks at a hearing of the Governmental Organization Committee on March 29.
Calling Emergency to Save Journalism

California has lost 25 percent of its newspapers and seen a circulation plummet over the past 15 years. A bill in the State Legislature, SB 911, could help.

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Los Gatos’ country station selling to K-LOVE owner for $3M

It traces its roots to North Santa Cruz Avenue. Its second studio was on Royce Street. And even after moving its air room to San Jose, Los Gatos has remained 95.3 KRTY’s home, as far as the Federal Communications Commission …

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It’s showtime for Poppy Jasper festival

Juliet Landau’s feature directorial debut, “A Place Among the Dead,” has been “striking an artery, not just a nerve,” she noted. Perhaps it’s the film’s focus on narcissism that’s been resonating with viewers. Described as a “genre-bending art film,” “‘A …

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