Arts & Culture
Perhaps you have a New Year’s resolution to see more live theater in 2014. Here are a few good opportunities to do just that.
In the USA, the entire month of March is known as Women’s History Month. We look back at struggles and achievements made by women in the past as we look forward to the strides that will be made by current and future generations of women.
There are plenty of museum exhibits that make learning fun. The kids will enjoy themselves, too. Which of these are going on your list?
Have you been to a good comedy show lately? Here are a few that will leave you feeling much better than you did at the start of the evening.
With all of the creative juices flowing in the picturesque North Bay, local artists are lucky to have a few longtime community retailers to visit that feel nothing like a big box store experience.
The Bay Area has lots of artists and lots of beautiful scenery, so it only makes sense that we also have plenty of art events. Here are a few on the Peninsula that you can check out this spring.
It’s hard to go wrong with champagne and flowers, but where do you go after dinner before the evening’s denouement? Everybody’s taste is different, but the following show suggestions will certainly appeal to somebody’s sense of the romantic.
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With San Jose recognized as home to the largest Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam, the South Bay hosts Tet festivals as well as Chinese celebrations.
If you want to learn a new language, you are in the right place. Here are some suggestions on how you might get started.