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Construction is set to begin soon on the newest landmark in downtown San Bernardino: a $339.8million, 11-story courthouse facility described as an iconic, beacon of justice. Many members of the legal community, judges and court personnel alike,
Jane Przybysz is leaving the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles after more than 12 years as executive director to take that position at the University of South Carolina's McKissick Museum in April. It'll be a familiar spot for Przybysz, who was
While snow on the Bay Area peaks isnt all that uncommon during the winter months, weather forecasters predicted Thursday that a storm heading into the Bay Area could bring a rare dusting to San Franciscos famed cable cars. A winter storm warning was
AT&T has been widely pilloried for the service it has provided users of Apple's iPhone. Now that the iPhone is finally available on Verizon Wireless' network, I was curious whether that version would offer South Bay users a better experience. So I
Now that iPhone is finally available on Verizon Wireless' network, I was curious whether that version would offer South Bay users a better experience. So I spent two days earlier this week cruising around the South Bay to test the Verizon and AT&T
That's right, a good old-fashioned pillow fight with adults acting like children and feathers flying. At precisely noon, nearly 100 people following Twitter feeds and Facebook postings joined a "flashmob" of silliness. In tutus, gorilla suits and
The sour economy gets part of the blame, of course. "It's unfortunate that our current landlord was unwilling to work on lease terms that would have kept our doors open during this most difficult economic climate," co-owner Dave Powell said in a
Miller announced that Eulipia restaurant will host live jazz during the downtown San Jose's South First Fridays art walk, starting this week. San Jose Jazz is finding the bands, and 1stACT Silicon Valley is providing the funding to pay the musicians.
The fire broke out in an apartment in a 10-unit building at 232 N. Third Street, where seven people lived, at about 3 p.m. while the occupants were away, according to the San Jose Fire Department. A family in the next apartment was at home but
Add The MeshugaNutcracker ! " takes Tchaikovsky's score and mixes in original lyrics and traditional Jewish songs to present eight stores to celebrate Hannukah. Visit the venue's website for more information. "The Search for Santa Paws" Dec.