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Category: Arts & Culture

PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Breaking Bread In Puerto Rico

I had a chance to travel to Puerto Rico recently with my "boo thang" for a week. Anytime I travel anywhere, I'm looking for connections to my homeland, an island on the other side of the ocean. If there's a chance to break bread and talk story with the local native families, then it beats out any "tourist'y" spot in my book any day.

San Jose: The #16 Coolest City To Live According To Forbes

Forbes magazine releases "The Coolest Cities to Live In" and San Jose and Los Angeles are tied at #16. Writer Hector Gonzalez, a longtime San Jose resident now living in Los Angeles, spits game about the real reasons the cities are cool and why Forbes got it wrong.

Cultural Events Remaining for the Month of March

We are mid way through the month of March and there are more than enough events left to attend in the South Bay. Check out our list of concert performances, book releases, breakfast benefits, community discussions, art walks, film festivals and a celebration of Women's History Month.

POW WOW Hawaii 2014

Yet another great year has gone by and POW WOW Hawaii was back in full force. Featuring great artist such as, Aaron De La Cruz, Apex, 123 Klan, Indie 184, Reyes, Zes and much more..

A San Jose Minute With Photographer Richard Babcock

Photographer Richard Babcock takes us through his infrared photo series of "Women" at The Seeing Things Gallery in a "San Jose minute".

"Once A Mission Girl, Always A Mission Girl"

13 year old Ana Nicole diosdado Gonzalez is a young aspiring photographer. With her family facing eviction from her childhood home of 14 years, she takes us down a walk through 24th Street, catching photos of what will become memories of a neighborhood that she is forced to leave.

Graffiti Artist Mama: DIME

The heart and mind of a young East Oakland Chicana artist. While she bridges Mural-ism and graffiti worlds together to transforms pain into beautiful meaning, summoning strength to resist thrive and live.

"Lost In Translation" - Yosimar Reyes {The Bigger Picture Project}

"These foods we trust to give us nourishment are slowing killing us a sweet venom que corre por nuestras venas and though they tell us to read the labels how many of our Abuelos will understand words that to the average American are impossible to pronounce?"

First Fridays Recap -San Jose

The South FIRST FRIDAYS art walk is a self-guided evening tour through galleries, museums, and independent creative businesses featuring exhibitions and special performances that happens every first friday of the month in San José.

“Cruisin” reception ties the knot!

A small recap of Empire and 7th Studios showing of "Crusin" a two person show. Great people amazing artwork and all kinds of love in the air. The art work of Sean Boyles and Roan Victor
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