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Sunday – Have Easter brunch downtown
Fairmont Hotel – Easter Brunch at the Imperial Ballroom –
The Easter Bunny will make an appearance. Enjoy live piano music while children participate in spring-themed fun. On the menu is a bountiful buffet with a carving station featuring juicy New York strip steak, rum-glazed ham, succulent leg of lamb and duck fat marbled potatoes with garlic and parsley. Omelet and farm fresh eggs station will be featured, too. Those with a sweet tooth will delight in decadent croissant French toast with Nutella drizzle and Chef Fernando’s renowned Easter dessert display. A “Little Chef’s” station with special dishes designed for children will be offered. Reservations 11am – 3pm, $72 per person; $84 per person with wine; $36 for children under 12; Complimentary for children 5 and under
Fairmont Hotel – Spring Lunch Buffet at The Fountain Restaurant – Easter fare including carving and omelet stations, almond crusted Corvina with caper-picatta sauce, baked gnocchi Bolognese and signature smoked salmon benedict are on the menu.
11am- 2:30pm; $62 per person; $31 for children under 12; Complimentary for children 5 and under
Scott’s Seafood, 185 Park Ave. – Celebrating its first Easter Sunday Brunch at its downtown San Jose location. Guests will be able to choose from traditional brunch items such as made-to-order omelets, eggs, buttermilk pancakes, including four different types of eggs benedicts. This Easter Sunday buffet menu includes a full breakfast display, including omelet station and a freshly carved prime rib station. Scott’s Seafood signature dishes will also be available during brunch such as Boston clam chowder, jambalaya, housemade pastas and a large selection of traditional brunch fare and entrées. Also, bottomless mimosas for adults. 10am-2pm, $17-$39. 408-971-1700, Scottsseafoodmedia@gmail.com
Arcadia, 100 W. San Carlos St. – Chef Michael Mina’s menu includes prime rib, herb stuffed leg of lamb, Louisiana shrimp and grits, truffle mac and cheese, whipped Yukon gold potatoes, strawberry shortcake, chocolate mascarpone, and many other delectable options. The prix fixe menu is $54 for adults and $19 for kids. 408-278-4555; http://www.michaelmina.net/restaurants/san-francisco-bay-area/arcadia/
Wednesday-Sunday, through April 26 – San Jose Stage Company presents “Death of a Salesman” – The Pulitzer Prize and Tony® Award-winning American classic by Arthur Miller. Considered one of the greatest American plays ever written, this powerful and provocative drama is Miller’s scathing indictment of the American Dream and will be directed by Kenneth Kelleher (who recently received Best Director for SJSC’s production of The Threepenny Opera – Theatre Bay Area Awards 2014) and will feature San Jose Stage Artistic Director Randall King as Willy Loman. The long-time collaborators team up to present what the New York Times says is “now and forever a great play.” Previews Wed-Thur 7:30pm, April 3 8pm April4-26: Wed-Thur 7:30pm, Fri-Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm, 490 S. First St., $20-$65, 408-283-7142; www.thestage.org
Thursday-Sunday – through April 19 – City Lights Theater Company presents “M. Butterfly” – Drawn from real-life events, this modern classic weaves realism, ritual, and vivid theatricality into an exotic and haunting tale of a French diplomat’s gradual, inevitable submission to the delicate charms of a Chinese opera star who personifies his fantasy vision of submissive oriental sexuality. M Butterfly underscores the irony of that fantasy as it closely parallels the events of Puccini’s famous opera Madame Butterfly and becomes a powerful exploration of East-West relations and the persistent romanticism that continues to cloud and complicate them to this day.– Thurs-Sat, 8pm; Sun, 2pm. Wed, Apr. 15th, 8pm. $17-32. No matinee Mar 22 or performance April 5; 408-295-4200; www.cltc.org
Friday-Saturday – ComedySportz – Competitive improvisational teams perform hilarious skits. 9pm Friday, 7pm Saturday and midnight, Camera 3 Theater, 288 S. Second St. $12-$15. 408-985-5233 or http://comedysportzsanjose.com
Thursday-Sunday – Standup Comedy at the Improv – (18+) Dov Davidoff Thur 8pm, Fri 7:30pm, 9:45 pm, Sat 7 and 9:15 pm. Larry “Bubbles” Brown Sunday 7pm; Bad Influence Burlesque 8pm Tue; 62 S. Second St. http://sanjose.improv.com
Downtown San Jose features more than 41 venues that offer live music every week ranging from open mic nights at a coffee house to superstar performers at SAP Center or San Jose Civic.Find out more and browse through many different venues at our Live and Local table http://sjdowntown.com/liveandlocal/
Wednesday – Lunchtime lecture: Fooling the Art World / originals, copies and fakes – Stephanie Brown, adjunct faculty member at the University of San Francisco and at Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, will examine some of the artists, copiers, and forgers who have fooled—or not fooled—the art world. Free with Museum admission. Noon-1pm, San Jose Museum of Art; www.sanjosemuseumofart.org
Thursday – Creative Minds: Pushpamala N. – Pushpamala N. challenges traditional representations of Indian women in photography and cinema. In work that is part performance, part social critique, she created an album of women from South India as they have been imaged across centuries. 5:30-8:30pm, San Jose Museum of Art; $10. www.sanjosemuseumofart.org
Friday – Noon Arts and Lectures Series –“The Cloths of Heaven” a collection of song-settings inspired by poetry of W.B. Yeats performed by soprano Nancy Ogle, pianist John Burke and poet/narrator Nils Peterson
12:45pm – First Unitarian Church, 160 N. Third St.. Coming April 10, “Beethoven’s Last Piano Sonata” – a lecture demonstration by pianist Sandra Wright Shen, 12:45pm – Cathedral Basilica, 90 S. Market St. April 17, 12:10pm, From the Studio to the Stage, Cinderella” – lecture demonstration by Ballet San Jose’s Mads Eriksen. The presentation gives a special look at the lives of young ballet dancers who are at the start of their professional careers. It explores the extensive training and challenging schedule of a professional ballet dancer, and introduces Ballet San Jose’s production of Cinderella; Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N. San Pedro St. Free or $5 donation. www.noonartsandlectures.org
Saturday – Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream Symposium & Pot Luck — A profound inquiry into the bold vision of bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, socially just and deeply meaningful human presence on this planet. An exploration of game-changing initiatives aimed at transforming our social systems, structures and consciousness: 1. Move to Amend: abolish corporate personhood; 2. Citizen Climate Lobby: establish the Carbon Fee and Dividend Act; 3. Social Justice: On the Mattering of Black Lives and the Politics of White Safety: Reflections on Race and Criminal Justice in the U.S. 1-5 pm, First Unitarian Church, 160 N. Third St., $20 donation; 408-396-1952 and/or: http://www.pachamama.org/workshop/2563/awakening-the-dreamer-changing-the-dream
Monday and Wednesday – Park Pop-Up – Every Monday and Wednesday from 11am-1:30pm, Adobe (McEnery Park on San Fernando) Moveable Feast food trucks descend on the park. For more info, visit http://mvblfeast.com/ or email email@example.com
Camera 12, Paseo de San Antonio and Second St.
Movie BUCKBUSTERS: All Movies / Everyday, Camera 12 only. $5.50* until 6pm, $8.50* evenings, $7* student/senior/children/military/SJLibrary, *3D/D-BOX surcharges apply.
Now Playing: Furious 7, Get Hard, Home, It Follows, How To Fight in Six Inch Heels, Insurgent, The Gunman, Lost And Love, Cinderella, Chappie, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Opens April 10: Kill Me Three Times, The Longest Ride and Cut Bank
At Camera 3, Second and San Carlos streets
Now showing: 3 Hearts, What We Do In The Shadows; Electric Slide, Kumiko-The Treasure Hunter. Opens April 10: Seymour: An Introduction
“Rocky Horror Picture Show with the cast of Barely Legal: Saturday midnight
For info and showtimes, visit http://www.cameracinemas.com.
At The Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater at The Tech Museum of Innovation: With a 280 seat theater, experience the immersive power of films. This week: Batman: Dark Knight Rises. The Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater, The Tech at 201 S. Market St. 408-795-6321, $8-10. www.thetech.org/imax/presentations
Saturday – Spring Walking Series — Guadalupe River Park Conservancy and fitness instructors Kristin Strellis and Janet Schumacher finish a 6-week Spring Walking Series. 8:30-9:30am; $30-$40; meet at the center, 438 Coleman Ave. www.grpg.org
Wednesday, Friday and Monday – San Jose Sharks home games – Just three regular season home games remain: Wednesday vs. Colorado; Friday vs. Arizona and Monday vs. Dallas; 7:30pm, SAP Center. www.sjsharks.com
Sunday – Earthquakes home games – This Sunday vs. Real Salt Lake, 2pm; April 11 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC, 7:30pm, Avaya Stadium, Coleman Ave.. http://www.sjearthquakes.com
Sunday – Getting to the soccer match – The San Jose Downtown Association recommends that fans park downtown, especially at the Market-San Pedro Garage and hop onto a VTA shuttle bus (Line 231) to Avaya Stadium. Hang out at a sports bar, watch the games, and then catch the bus starting two hours before the game at First and Santa Clara or Market and St. John streets. For an hour afterward, catch the bus along Earthquake Way. Leave the driving to and from. Total cost (park and ride) will be less than $10 – Just a couple of bucks if you validate and get FREE weekend parking. Park at the stadium and the cost will be $25-plus, plus the headache of all that traffic. Let’s stay safe out there. Here are the links: http://www.vta.org/getting-around/event-service/avaya-stadium and http://www.sjearthquakes.com/avayastadium/parking-directions
Mondays and Wednesdays – Breakthrough Boot Camp – An outdoor workout that utilizes the field, track, bleachers, and other structures. 8:30am. 275 N. 24th St. www.dtsanjosebootcamp.com
Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Fitness Boot Camp – Get into great shape while working out with a small group of other fitness-minded people. Request a free one-week trial. 6am-6:50am, 7am-7:50am, 120 Stockton Ave., http://bootcampinsanjose.com/boot-camps/.
Wednesdays through April 8 — Sustainable Vegetable Gardening — Gardening experts detail the secrets behind successful, environmentally responsible year-round vegetable gardens. 6:30-8:30pm, $60-$80 for series. GRPG Visitor’s Center, 438 Coleman Ave. 408-298-7657; www.grpg.org
Through July 5 – A Common Thread at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles — A Common Thread brings together the artwork of 17 contemporary artists from across the United States who examine and sometimes subvert the centuries-old tradition of needlework. Representing a sampling of a larger wave of stitching fanatics, the artists in A Common Thread find inspiration in the medium’s history, materials, technique and process to create works that are surprising, provocative and, at times, deeply personal. San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, 520 S. 1st St. www.sjquiltmuseum.org
Through May 16 — Bruce Conner: Somebody Else’s Prints — Spanning nearly 60 years of work, the show Bruce Conner: Somebody Else’s Prints is the first in-depth examination of his achievements as a printmaker in over a decade. It features rarely seen examples from the Conner Family Trust and private collections. A fixture in the San Francisco Beat-era art scene in the 1950s and 1960s, Conner was renowned for his groundbreaking work in assemblage, painting, sculpture, printmaking, and experimental film. 10am – 5pm Wednesday – Fridays, noon – 5pm Saturdays and 10am – 5pm Tuesday. San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, 560 S. 1st St.; free; www.sjica.org
Museums and galleries
Anno Domini – the second coming of art and design – Open noon-7pm Tuesday-Friday; noon-5pm Saturday. 366 S. 1st St. Free. 408-271-5155 www.galleryAD.com
Art Ark Gallery – 1035 S. Sixth St – Open by appointment only. firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Object Gallery – Open 1-4pm Thursday-Saturday. 592 N. 5th St. Free. 408-288-9305 www.artobjectgallery.com
Casa Jalisco – Open 9am-3pm Monday-Friday. 320 S. 1st St. Free. 408-890-5507, https://www.facebook.com/FEDJALNC
The Center for Literary Arts (CLA) – Readings, lectures, conversations and seminars that allow the San Jose community to interact with writers of contemporary literature who have demonstrated exceptional voice and vision. San Jose State University, email@example.com 408-924-4600.
Children’s Discovery Museum –Open 10am to 5pm Tuesday – Saturday and noon-5pm Sunday. $11-$12. 180 Woz Way. 408-298-5437 or www.cdm.org
City Hall windows gallery – Fourth St near Santa Clara St
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Library – 150 E. San Fernando St. Free. 408-808-2000 or www.sjpl.org
Empire Seven Studios – 525 N. 7th St. 408-638-7846, www.empiresevenstudios.com
History San Jose – Silicon Valley Bikes: Passion, Innovation & Politics Since 1880 highlights the region’s love affair with cycling. Runs through May 2015. History Park, 1650 Senter Road. 408-287-2290 or www.historysanjose.org
The Japanese American Museum of San Jose – 535 N. 5th St. jamsj.org; 408-294-3138.
KALEID gallery – Open noon-7pm Tuesday – Friday; Noon-5pm Saturday. $2 Tuesdays every third Tuesday of the month. 88 S. 4 St. Free. 408-271-5151 or www.KALEIDgallery.com
MACLA – Open noon-7pm Wednesday -Thursday; noon-5pm Friday-Saturday. 510 S. 1 St. Free. 408-998-2783 or www.maclaarte.org
Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery – Open 11am-4pm and 6-7:30pm Tuesday; 11am-4pm Wednesday – Friday. Art Building, San Jose State University, 1 Washington Square. Free. 408-924-4328
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum – Open 10am-5pm Monday – Friday; 11am-6pmSaturday-Sunday. 1342 Naglee Ave. $9, $7 seniors/students, $5 ages 5-10, free for ages 4 and younger. 408-947-3636 orwww.egyptianmuseum.org
San Jose City Hall – Various exhibits. Open 8am-5pm, Monday – Friday. 200 E. Santa Clara St. Free. 408-535-8168
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art – Open 10am-5pm, Tuesday – Friday; Noon-5 pm Saturday. Closed Sunday & Monday. 560 S. 1st St. Free Admission. Donations welcomed. 408-283-8155 or http://www.sjica.org
San Jose Museum of Art – 11 am-5pm Tuesday – Sunday. 110 S. Market St. $8. 408-271-6840. http://www.sjmusart.org
San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles – Open 10am-5pm Wednesday – Sunday (open for free from 7-11 pm on the first Friday of every month). 520 S. First St. $8 Adults-$6.50 Seniors/Students. 408-971-0323 or http://www.sjquiltmuseum.org
Seeing Things Gallery – Gallery, books and zines. 11am-7pm Tuesday – Friday and noon-6pm Saturday; 30 N. 3rd St. 891-7553 http://www.seeingthingsgallery.com
SPUR San Jose Urban Gallery – 11am-5pm Tuesday-Friday, 76 S. 1st St. http://www.spur.org/exhibitions/2013-09-30/grand-reductions
The Tech Museum of Innovation – Open daily 10am-5pm. 201 S Market St. Pricing: Adult admission for the galleries only $15. Add an educational IMAX film for only $5. Children (ages 3-17) or $20 for a combo ticket, active students with ID, and seniors will pay only $10 for museum entry and $8 for an educational film in IMAX – or $15 for a combo ticket. 408-294-8324 or http://www.thetech.org
Works/San Jose – Open noon-4pm Tuesday – Saturday (to 7pm Thursday). 365 S. Market St. 408-295-8378.
ZERO1 Garage – Noon-4pm Wednesday-Saturday, 429 S. 1st St. 408-606-6806 www.zero1.org/garage
Hawaiian Airlines Downtown Ice airfare discounts – The readers of Travel + Leisure have ranked Hawaiian Airlines as the top domestic carrier serving Hawaii, according to the magazine’s 2013 World’s Best Awards. Go to www.hawaiianairlines.com/affiliate, use promotion code “SJDA” and get year-round discounts on flights to the islands and beyond. Click here for booking page: https://apps.hawaiianairlines.com/Affiliate/Booking.aspx
Agenda Lounge – 399 S. First St. 408-287-3991 agendalounge.com · Beso Club – 417 S. First St. 818-359-4235 · The Brit – 173 W. Santa Clara St. 408-278-1400 britanniaarmsdowntown.com · The Continental – 349 S. First St. thecontinentalbar.com · Dive Bar – 78 E. Santa Clara St. 408-288-5252 sjdivebar.com · Fahrenheit Ultralounge – 99 E San Fernando St. 408-998-9998 fultralounge.com · Freddie J’s – 97 E. Santa Clara St. freddiejs.com · Habana Club Restaurant – 238 Race St. 408-998-2822 998cuba.com · Lido Nightclub – 30 S. First St. 408-298-4318 www.lidonightclub.net · Liquid Lounge – 32 S. Third St. Loft Bar and Bistro – 90 S. Second St. 408-291-0677 loftbarandbistro.com · Motif Restaurant and Club – 389 S. First St. 408-279-1888 motiflounge.com · Myth Tavern & Lounge – 152 Post St. 408-286-7678 www.mythsj.com · Studio 8 – 8 S. First St. 408-279-4444studio8sj.com · SP2 – 72 N. Almaden Ave. http://www.sp2sanjose.com · San Jose Bar and Grill – 85 S. Second St. 408-286-2397 sanjosebarandgrill.com · South First Billiards – 420 S. First St. 408-294-7800 facebook.com/420southfirst · Splash 65 Post St., 408-292-2222 www.splashsj.com · Temple Bar and Lounge – 52 S. First St. templebarlounge.com · Tres Gringos – 83 S. Second St. 408-278-9888 tresgringossj.com
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The Tech Museum of Innovation — Engineers and non-engineers alike are needed as volunteers at the Tech Museum of Innovation and its programs. http://www.thetech.org/volunteer/adult-volunteer-program.
Humane Society Silicon Valley free spay and neuter clinic — Free spay/neuter services for Chihuahua and Chihuahua mixes living in the 95111, 95112, 95116, 95122, and 95127 zip codes. By appointment; Humane Society Silicon Valley; 901 Ames Ave., Milpitas, www.hssv.com
The Tabard Theatre Company at Theatre on San Pedro Square concludes its 2014-2015 season themed “It’s All About Perspective!” with the Tony-nominated and Drama Critics’ Circle Award-winning musical VIOLET, featuring music by Jeanine Tesori (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Shrek the Musical) and libretto by Brian Crawley (A Little Princess, The Musical). Award-winning director Jay Manley helms the production, which runs at Theatre on San Pedro Square April 10 through May 3.
Charles Isherwood of TheNew York Times called VIOLET “an enduringly rewarding musical,” and lauds Jeanine Tesori’s music as “…her warmest, most accessible score… with its tangy flavors of country, gospel, blues, and honky-tonk rock.” The Chicago Tribune raved, “…the story packs an uncommon emotional intensity… the music is uncommonly beautiful.”
Based on the short story “The Ugliest Pilgrim” by Doris Betts, VIOLET is set in the deep south of 1964. The musical tells the story of a young disfigured woman who embarks on a journey by bus from her father’s farm in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in search of a televangelist whom she hopes will be able to heal her. Along the way, she meets two soldiers, Flick, a black sergeant, and Monty, a young white corporal, bound for Fort Smith, Arkansas. Together the three find themselves on a journey of discovery, love, courage, inner healing, and acceptance.
VIOLET was developed at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Music Theatre Conference in 1994. It premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons on March 11, 1997, where it won the Drama Critics’ Circle Award and the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical. VIOLET opened on Broadway in April 2014, starring Sutton Foster in her Tony-nominated role of “Violet.”
In choosing VIOLETfor Tabard’s 14th season, Producing Artistic Director, Cathy Spielberger Cassetta states, “VIOLET is one of those shows that just makes you feel good and glad to be alive. It is touching, engaging, and compelling. The score is glorious, rousing, exciting, and uplifting. Our cast is outstanding. The material is brilliantly creative, and I am thrilled to be bringing VIOLET to South Bay audiences. This is a great way to finish our 14th season. Yes, I am excited about VIOLET.”
VIOLET Director, Jay Manley, adds, “I’ve directed dozens of musicals, but few have touched me so deeply. VIOLET makes one “feel” in a profound and unusual way. It has so much “heart.” I think that’s because we can all relate to Violet’s situation; it’s universal. We have all felt “different” and excluded at some time in our lives. So her transformation is truly inspirational, moving and joyous. And the music! From rousing anthems and gospel to gorgeous character ballads – it’s a treasure trove of musical gems – truly a great musical theatre score. How exciting for us to be bringing this rarely-seen show to a new audience that I feel certain will fall in love with it as we have done.”
For every production, Tabard donates a portion of its concession proceeds to a local nonprofit that is in some way related to the show. Tabard’s designated non-profit for VIOLET is Community United San Jose for the work they do providing under-served young people with learning opportunities in arts and science.
VIOLETwill run April 10 through May 3, at the intimate Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 North San Pedro Street, in downtown San Jose. The musical will perform Friday evenings at 8 pm; Saturdays at 3 pm and 8 pm, and Sundays at 2 p.m. There will be two Thursday night performances on April 23 and 30 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are available at www.tabardtheatre.org, or by calling 408-679-2330. Cabaret Seating $38; Adults $32; Seniors $30; Students and Full-time Adult Students $15. Advance purchase is strongly recommended.
April 16 – April 19 — Lord of the Rings Trilogy with live orchestra performance — Two opportunities to catch all three movies or individual favorites with live orchestra accompaniment. April 16 – April 18 and April 18 – April 19. $60 – $120. The San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd., www.lotrssv.org, www.symphonysiliconvalley.org or 408.286.2600.
April 16 – HER city “Under the City Lights” –After-work socials that engage, inspire and rejuvenate professional women, set amid downtown San Jose’s hidden gems. This event: “M Butterfly” at City Lights Theatre Company. The evening starts at in the musical 1910-era setting of Orchestria Palm Court Restaurant. Get a quick history of the orchestrias while sampling locally sourced fare and tasting J.Lohr Wines. Then, enjoy a special Q&A with City Lights Theater Company Executive Artistic Director Lisa Mallette prior to the show. M. Butterfly, by David Henry Hwang , 1988 Tony Award for Best Play. M Butterfly closely parallels the events of Puccini’s famous opera Madame Butterfly and becomes a powerful exploration of East-West relations and the persistent romanticism that continues to cloud and complicate them to this day. $45. Tickets at www.sjdowntown.com/hercity
April 5 – Stars on Ice
April 12 – Ariana Grande
April 17 – Krush Groove
April 18 – Barry Manilow and special guest Dave Koz
May 3 and May 8 – New Kids on the Block
May 12 – Neil Diamond
May 18-19 – U2 Innocence + Experience Tour
May 26 – Bette Midler
City National Civic
April 28 – The Moody Blues, 8pm, $45-$5
May 8 — Franco DeVita, 8pm, $47-$77
May 9 — Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan, 8pm, $43-$153
May 16 – The Piano Guys, 7:30pm, $42.50-$127.50
June 11-12 – A.R. Rahman, 7 pm / 7:30pm; $28-$199
July 12 – Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions, 8pm, pre-sale Thursday 10am-10pm, http://www.ticketmaster.com/pokemon-symphonic-evolutions-san-jose-california-07-12-2015/event/1C004E7BDFFE8BEB?brand=citynationalcivic&camefrom=cfc_ndrcon_Pokemon_CNC_SJDA; Pre-sale password: CNCPARTNER; Information: Brought to life by American Festival Orchestra performing all-new arrangements and carefully-timed visuals from recent and classic Pokémon video games, Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions has become the must-see video game concert of the year, giving fans and newcomers of all ages a chance to experience the evolution of the Pokémon franchise like never before.
SJSU Event Center
DASH shuttle – The DASH shuttle, which connects Diridon station to downtown’s core with free rides, runs 6:30 am to 9:15 pm. Shuttles are every 10-15 minutes during peak times, and every 30 minutes later.http://www.vta.org/schedules/SC_201.html
Pedicabs – Eco City Cycles –Look for Eco City Cycles door-to-door pedicab service. The service is available Wednesday-Saturday from 7 pm-2 am. Call ahead for reservations or pick ups 408-771-7723. Negotiate your price. www.ecocitycycles.com
Bike sharing – Modular bike share stations are in 15 locations around downtown. Also in cities up and down the peninsula. Coming soon to Oakland and Berkeley. Memberships now available;www.bayareabikeshare.com.
Mineta San Jose International Airport
Visitwww.tsa.govfor the latest information about security procedures.
For more information on Airport changes, maps, and services, go towww.flysanjose.com
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