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Thursday and Sunday – NHL Playoffs: Sharks vs. LA Kings – In playoff series, the Sharks and Kings are 1-1. In the 2013 conference semifinal, the Kings won four games to three en route to their Stanley Cup title. The Sharks won a Western Conference quarterfinal in 2010 four games to two. Here we go again. Thur 7:30pm, Sunday 7pm; SAP Center. Games on Comcast SportsNet, which means every TV downtown will be on, so come enjoy the ambience and camaraderie. Games 3 and 4 are next Tuesday, 7pm, and April 24, 7:30pm, at the Staples Center. If needed, more games would be played April 26, April 28 and April 30. Beat L-A! www.sjsharks.com
Thursday – Celebrate the conclusion of Around the Table – The San Jose Museum of Art hosts Around the Table, a Bay Area community-wide festival of food and the arts, with a closing party honoring its 43 community partner organizations. A number of participating community partners will be present at the closing party and will host activities that commemorate the festival, such as hands-on art making, poetry readings, glass blowing, archeology demos, and more. The program began in July 2013. 5-8pm, $5 after 5pm http://www.sanjosemuseumofart.org/event/third-thursday-closing-party-around-table.
Friday-Sunday – Holy weekend – Way of the Cross procession, 11am-1pm, from City Hall to Cathedral Basilica of Saint Joseph. At each station, there will be readings from the Passion, a meditation, a reflection and hymns. Cal 408-673-7776. On Saturday, San Jose Christian Reformed Church will host a FREE Easter Egg Hunt face painting, an Easter Bunny to pose with, and lots of balloons; Lone Hill Park, 1749 Vintner Way; 1pm. Sunday is Easter. www.sjcrc.org
Tuesday – Earth Day – Do something good for the planet on Tuesday Post your green actions on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with #keepSJclean, Some ideas: Bring your bag to shop. Bring your own cup when buying coffee or other beverages. Ride a bus, train, or bike to your destination instead of driving. Use non-toxic pest control for a safe, healthy yard and garden, http://www.ourwaterourworld.org/. Visit your library and check out the DIY Home Energy Toolkit that provides you with no-cost low-energy light bulbs, weather-stripping, tools that measure and help you save on energy and water bills. Participate in the Great American Litter Pick Up / Saturday, April 26, 8am-11:30am. followed by free lunch for participants; register at http://www.sanjoseca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/28557 or 408-975-7233. Go to the San Jose Earthquakes Game & Earth Day Celebration, April 26, 7:30 p.m. www.sjearthquakes.com or 408-556-7700.
Wednesday-Saturday – World premiere of “Game On” at San Jose Repertory Theatre – Down-on-their luck buddies Vinnie and Alvin care about the environment – almost as much as they care about winning at fantasy baseball. Convinced that bugs are the “new protein” poised for sustainable, commodity farming, the two fast-talking sports fanatics set out to secure venture funding. They just may be out of their league, though, as they try to close the biggest deal of their lives. Will their venture save the earth, make them rich, or will Vinnie and Alvin strike out? 7:30pm Wed-Thur; Fri-Sat 8pm, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, $29-$74, 408-367-7255; www.SJRep.com,
Wednesday-Sunday, through May 4, at San Jose Stage – “An Iliad” – Poetry and humor, the ancient tale of the Trojan War and the modern world collide in this captivating theatrical experience. The lone figure onstage is a storyteller, who is fated to tell this story throughout history. Wed-Thur 7:30pm; Fri-Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm; $16.50-$50; San Jose Stage, 490 S. First St., 408-283-7142, www.thestage.org
Wednesday-Sunday – Comedy at the Improv – Wed 8pm The Funny Enough Comedy Show ($12). Thur 8pm Greg Proops Proopscast podcast $20; Fri 8pm and 10pm, Sat 7pm and 9pm, Greg Proops from Whose Line Is It, Anyway? And the E Channel, $22. Sunday 7pm the Bay Area 420 Comedy Show $20. 62 S. Second St. 408-280-7475 or http://sanjose.improv.com/showListCalendar.cfm
Thursday-Saturday – “Amadeus” at City Lights Theatre Co. – This provocative work weaves a confrontation between mediocrity and genius into a tale of breathtaking dramatic power. In the court of the Austrian Emperor Josef, Antonio Salieri is the established composer. Enter the greatest musical genius of all time: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Salieri has given himself to God so that he might realize his sole ambition to be a great composer. Mozart is a foul-mouthed, graceless oaf who has that which is beyond Salieri’s envious grasp: genius. “Amadeus” won the Tony Award for Best Play in 1981. Thur-Sat 8pm, City Lights Theatre, Co, 529 S. Second St., $17-$30, 408-295-4200, www.cltc.org
Thursday-Saturday – “Spamalot,” by Children’s Musical Theatre – A humorous journey to find the Holy Grail quickly turns into a mission to produce a Broadway show. Monty Python’s “Spamalot” is a parody of the film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” which is a parody of the legend of King Arthur and his quest for the grail. This tongue-in-cheek musical parodies not only the Arthurian legend but also the conventions of Broadway musicals. Thur 7:30pm, Fri 8pm, Sat 2pm and 8pm, Montgomery Theatre. $24-$30; 408-288-5437, www.cmtsj.org/tickets; http://cmtsj.org/content/monty-pythons-spamalot
Thursday-Saturday, through May 11 – “A Streetcar Named Desire” – By Tennessee Williams, presented by Northside Theatre Co. This play reveals to the very depths the character of Blanche du Bois, a woman whose life has been undermined by her romantic illusions, which lead her to reject—so far as possible—the realities of life with which she is faced and which she consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her sister, with whom she goes to live in New Orleans, intensified by the earthy and extremely “normal” young husband of the latter, leads to a revelation of her tragic self-delusion and, in the end, to madness, 8pm, Northside Theatre Company, 48 E. William St (at 18th), $17-$22, 408-288-7820; www.northsidetheatre.com
Friday-Saturday, through April 27 – World premiere of “Love, Laughter and Linguine” – Share the spice of life through this rousing musical that looks at the twists and turns of life. You’ll be treated to stories and celebrations seasoned with generous portions of songs old and new. A tasty treat for your heart and soul- this show will make you feel glad to be alive! Friday 8pm, Sat 3pm, The Tabard Theatre Co., Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N. San Pedro St. $12-$36, 800-838-3006; http://tabardtheatre.org/love_laughter_linguine.html
Fridays-Saturdays – ComedySportz and Much Improv About Nothing – See competitive improvisational teams perform. 9 pm Fri; 7 pm Sat. Much Improv About Nothing at 9:15 pm Sat. Camera 3 Theater, 288 S. Second St. $12-$15. 408-985-5233 or http://comedysportzsanjose.com/
Saturday-Sunday – Opera San Jose presents “Don Giovanni” – Don Giovanni plays a dangerous game of seduction with every woman he meets until he encounters something he cannot kill, beat up, dodge, or outwit. Mozart’s dramatic genius pervades in Don Giovanni as he weaves humor, melodrama and supernatural elements into a powerful musical masterpiece. Sung in Italian with English supertitles. Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm, also April 24 and 26 8pm and April 27 3pm; California Theatre, 345 S. First St.; $50-$110; http://sanjosetheaters.org/theaters/california-theatre/
Did you know that Downtown San Jose has more than 40 venues offering live music any one week, ranging from open mic nights at a coffee house to superstar performers at SAP Center or San Jose Civic? There’s so much going on, it’s too much for us to list here. Please check out our Live Music listings at http://sjdowntown.com/liveandlocal/
Wednesday – Coffee with the Captain – Discuss police issues with Capt. Anthony Ciaburro of San Jose Police Department. 8-9:30am, B2 Coffee, San Pedro Square Market
Wednesdays through April 23 – Sustainable Vegetable Gardening – Learn how to grow a successful, environmentally responsible food garden that produces delicious vegetables and herbs every month of the year. Topics include: irrigation methods and systems; working with both seeds and seedlings; sustainable drought strategies; requirements of specific warm and cool season crops and varieties that do well in our area; and how to identify and manage common pests, weeds, and diseases of vegetable crops in Santa Clara County. 6:30-8:30pm, Guadalupe Visitor & Education Center, 438 Coleman Ave. Pre-registration required, 408-298-7657, $60-$70
Wednesdays through May 7 – Mid-Week Meditations – Healing harpist, Reiki master and calmness coach Cymber Lily Quinn brings her one-woman sanctuary of harp music, comfort and inner peace to downtown. The emphasis is on providing “you” with a space for rest, relaxation, reflection and renewal. 12:15 to 1 p.m, Chiropractic from the Heart, 300 S. 11th St., free or donations to $25, 408-600-1188 www.chirofromtheheart.com/ and cymber.com/mid-week-meditation-concert-series-begins-feb-26-2014/
Saturday – All About Tomatoes Gardening Workshop – The workshop will cover the best planting techniques, correct soil and nutrient needs for our zone, tomato varieties and types, diseases and prevention, pests and how to protect your harvests, watering and much more.10am-noon, Guadalupe Visitor & Education Center, 438 Coleman Ave, $10-$15; 408-298-7657. Register at www.grpg.org
Saturday – Nature Photography 101 – Learn how to capture nature as it dons the colors and emotions of spring at a photography workshop with Guadalupe River Park Conservancy. Local naturalist and professional nature-photographer Greg Kerekes will present the basics of nature photography. Bring your own camera. Guadalupe Visitor & Education Center, 438 Coleman Ave, $15-$20; 408-298-7657. Register at www.grpg.org
Sunday – Devine Grind performance series – Third Sunday performances, lectures, etc. as well as talent auditions for local, Statewide, National & International performance contests for all ages, 1pm, Devine grind Coffee Shop & Café, Second and Devine streets, free, www.devinegrind.com
Monday – San Jose Mayoral Forum – Parks, trails and recreation programs will be the main topic, moderated by Barbara Marshman of the SJ Mercury News. 7pm, San Jose Stage Co., 490 S. First St. http://sanjosemayorparksforum.eventbrite.com
At Camera 12, Paseo de San Antonio and Second Street
“A Haunted House 2,” “Transcendence,” “Under the Skin,” “Rio 2,” “Oculus,” “Draft Day,” “Grand Budapest Hotel,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Cesar Chavez,” “Divergent,” “Noah,”
Opening April 25: “The Quiet Ones,” The Other Woman,” “Brick Mansions” and “Watermark”
Saturday – “Rocky Horror Picture Show” with live cast Barely Legal, 10:30pm (special event with band).
At Camera 3, Second and San Carlos Streets
“Small Time” and “The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden:
Opening April 25: “Only Lovers Left Alive” and “On My Way”
Sunday 12:15pm and Tuesday 7pm – Opera in Cinema series: Gounod’s “Romeo And Juliet” performed at Arena de Verona, Italy, $17
Thu 9:30pm and Sat midnight: “Oldboy” – Cult Movie Series
Admission: $10 general, $7.50 students with current ID, $7 matinees, and $6.75 seniors 63+ and children 12 and under (10 movies for $60 discount card also available). For show times: www.cameracinemas.com
At The Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater at The Tech Museum of Innovation: Fri-Sun, 5pm and 7:30pm: “Jurassic Park” $12. Plus educational films “Journey to the South Pacific,” “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” and “The Hidden Universe.” The Hackworth IMAX Dome Theater is located inside The Tech at 201 S. Market St. $8-15. www.thetech.org/imax/presentations
Monday – Creative Arts for Youth Dance Drama and Music lessons – St. Paul’s UMC Creative Arts Program for Youth is an arts-based youth (8-14) development program that uses the performing arts as vehicles to help build skills and foster positive attitudes and behavior in low-income young people through leadership and self-esteem building programming. Learn performing arts, music, drama, and dance. 5:30-7:30pm, 405 S. Tenth St., 408-836-6947 www.creativeartsforyouth.com
Mondays and Wednesdays – Breakthrough Bootcamp – An outdoor workout that utilizes the field, track, bleachers, and other structures. 8:30 am. 275 N. 24th St. www.dtsanjosebootcamp.com
Tuesdays – Free Zumba Classes at the Fairmont – Fairmont Hotel in collaboration with San Jose Athletic Club offer free Zumba classes to hotel guest and to the San Jose community. For reservations email Tara.Betz@fairmont.com. 5:30 pm. 170 S. Market St. Free. www.fairmont.com/sanjose
Friday – San Jose Sharks playoffs – Sharks drive toward the playoffs. NHL regular season hockey action at SAP Center of San Jose concludes Friday vs. Avalanche, fan appreciation night (and Logan Couture bobble head night). Then, playoffs. $72-$442, www.sjsharks.com. Grow a beard during the playoffs during the Beard-athon, benefitting the Sharks, of course, as well as the Sharks Foundation. www.beardathon.com/sharks
May 17 – Sabercats vs. Portland – The Arena Bowl Champions are back for another season. May 17 vs. Portland Thunder; June 7 vs LA Kiss; June 14 vs. Spokane; June 27 vs. Arizona. $12-$82, SAP Center at San Jose, http://thesanjosesabercats.com/
Classes, conferences, meetings and seminars
Classes at the San Jose Entrepreneur Center
100 E. Santa Clara St. http://sanjoseecenter.org/
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Through Sunday — Around the Table: food, creativity, community – Imagine wallpaper made of curry, paper works made from locally grown beets, a living tree growing 40 different fruits. 29 contemporary artists explore issues surrounding food, from mutagenic foods to the agricultural history of the Santa Clara Valley. Party Thursday 5-8pm, San Jose Museum of Art; 110 S. Market St.; www.sjmusart.org
Through May 12 — Local Color – Drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection, Local Color explores the primacy of color in a range of works, from Alexander Calder’s whimsical mobiles to Elmer Bischoff’s luscious, light-filled canvases to David Levinthal’s slick, color-saturated photographs of Barbie dolls. Also featured are works by artists who consider the quiet, meditative nuances of black and white. San Jose Museum of Art; 110 S. Market St.; (408) 271-6840; www.sjmusart.org
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Museums and galleries
Anno Domini – the second coming of art and design – Open noon-7 pm Tues-Fri; noon-5 pm Sat. 366 S. First St. Free. 408-271-5155 www.galleryAD.com
Art Ark Gallery – 1035 S. Sixth St – Open by appointment only. email@example.com
Art Object Gallery – Open 1-4 pm Thurs-Sat. 592 N. Fifth St. Free. 408-288-9305artobjectgallery.com
Casa Jalisco – Open 9 am-3 pm Monday-Friday. 320 S. First 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, firstname.lastname@example.org 408-924-4600.
Children’s Discovery Museum –Open 10 am to 5 pm Tues-Sat and noon-5 Sun. $11-$12. 180 Woz Way. 408-298-5437 or www.cdm.org
City Hall windows gallery – Fourth Street near Santa Clara Street
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 –Shirlie Montgomery: Picturing San Jose Since 1938 is exhibited at the Leonard & David McKay Gallery in the Pasetta House at History Park and runs through Aug. 10.
http://historysanjose.blogspot.com/2012/11/shirlie-alice-montgomery-1918-2012.html 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-7 pm Tues-Fri; Noon-5 pm Sat. $2 Tuesdays every third Tuesday of the month. 88 S. Fourth St. Free. 408-271-5151 or www.KALEIDgallery.com
MACLA – Open noon-7 pm Wed-Thurs; noon-5 pm Fri-Sat. 510 S. First St. Free. 408-998-2783 or www.maclaarte.org
Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery – Open 11 am-4 pm and 6-7:30 pm Tues; 11 am-4 pm Wed-Fri. Art Building, San Jose State University, 1 Washington Square. Free. 408-924-4328
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum – Open 10 am-5 pm Mon-Fri; 11 am-6 pm Sat-Sun. 1342 Naglee Ave. $9, $7 seniors/students, $5 ages 5-10, free for ages 4 and younger. 408-947-3636 or www.egyptianmuseum.org
San Jose City Hall – Various exhibits. Open 8 am-5 pm, Mon-Fri. 200 E. Santa Clara St. Free. 408-535-8168
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art –Toriawase on view through May 17. Also Wendy Maruyama’a Executive Order 9066 – The Tag Project (Through May 24). Open 10 am-5 pm, Tues-Fri; Noon-5 pm Sat. Closed Sun & Mon. 560 S. First St. Free Admission. Donations welcomed. 408-283-8155 or www.sjica.org
San Jose Museum of Art – 11 am-5 pm Tues-Sun. 110 S. Market St. $8. 408-271-6840. www.sjmusart.org
San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles – Open 10 am-5 pm Wed-Sun (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 www.sjquiltmuseum.org
Seeing Things Gallery – Gallery, books and zines. Tues-Fri 11am-7pm and Sat noon-6pm; 30 N. Third St. 891-7553 http://www.seeingthingsgallery.com/
SPUR San Jose Urban Gallery – 11am-5pm Tue-Fri, 76 S. First St. http://www.spur.org/exhibitions/grand-reductions-san-jose
The Tech Museum of Innovation – Featuring a new exhibit: REBOOT: Music. Open daily 10 am-5 pm. 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 www.thetech.org
Works/San Jose – Open noon-4 pm Tues-Sat (to 7 pm Thurs). 365 S. Market St. 408-295-8378.
ZERO1 Garage –Noon-4 pm Wednesday-Saturday, 429 S. First St. 408-606-6806 www.zero1.org/garage
Thursday – Blush Raw Bar Lounge – 2-year Anniversary party – Signature Blush Cocktail 5 all day, and live music starting at 10pm, San Pedro Square Market.
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 · Azúcar Lounge – 71 and 81 E. San Fernando St. 408-293-8482, www.azucarsj.com; Beso Club – 417 S. First St. 818-359-4235 The Blank Club – 44 S. Almaden Ave. 408-971-8511 theblankclub.com · The Brit – 173 W. Santa Clara St. 408-278-1400 britanniaarmsdowntown.com · Club Milano – 394 S. Second St. milanoclub.net · Dive bar – 78 E. Santa Clara St. 408-288-5252 sjdivebar.com · South First Billiards: Elixer Lounge – 420 S. First St. 408-294-7800 sofapool.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 · Beso Club – 417 S. First St.· 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. 408-279-4444 pearlsj.com · Sabor Tapas Bar and Lounge – 72 N. Almaden Ave. 408-287-1737 saborlounge.net · San Jose Bar and Grill – 85 S. Second St. 408-286-2397 sanjosebarandgrill.com · Splash www.infernodances.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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Go find out what urban living is about: www.sjdowntown.com/Find_Your_Home.html
Axis (own) – 38 N. Almaden Blvd. 408-297-9888 or www.axissanjose.com
360 Residences (rent)– 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom homes available right now. Offering up to 6 weeks free on select homes plus an additional look and lease concession. 360 S. Market St. 408-295-1360 www.360Residences.com
The 88 (own) – 88 E. San Fernando St. 408-279-8882 or www.the88sj.com
Adopt a Rose for Mother’s Day – Guadalupe River Park Conservancy’s Adopt-a-Rose program includes a personalized plaque in the rose garden and a very attractive gift package containing: Potpourri from the Heritage Rose Garden; chocolate from Schurra’s Fine Confections; a bar of scented soap from Renée’s Handmade Soap; a gift card for one free long-stem red rose a month from Citti’s Florist; $50. 408-298-7657; http://www.grpg.org/adopt-a-rose Pick up gifts at Visitor and Education Center, 438 Coleman Ave.
April 19 – Juan Gabriel
May 1 – Armin Van Buuren – Armin only: Intense
May 11 – Stars on Ice 2014 Tour
May 25 – Klose to My Soul
June 3 – Lady Gaga
June 6-8 – Sesame Street Live: Make a New Friend
June 28 – Super Freestyle Explosion II
July 1 – Queen + Adam Lambert
July 2 – Cher and special guest Cyndi Lauper
Aug. 11 – Justin Timberlake – 20/20 Experience World Tour
Aug. 15 – Bruno Mars
Sept. 22-23 – Katy Perry, the Prismatic Tour with special guest Tegan and Sara
City National Civic
May 21 – Calle 13 – 8pm, $40
June 6-8 – Sesame Street Live “Make a New Friend,” June 6 6:30pm; June 7 10:30am, 2pm and 5:30pm; June 8 3pm, $15-$78
June 27 – The Piano Guys, 7:30pm, $40-$75
June 28 – Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlan – with special guests Yolanda Del Rio and ballet folklorico group, Los Mesitzos de San Jose, 8pm, $43-$153
July 13 – Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band featuring Steve Lukather, Richard Page, Gregg Rolie, Todd Rundgren and Gregg Bissonette, 8pm, $60-$130
July 24 – MOVE featuring Julianne and Derek Hough – 8pm, $35-$55
SJSU Event Center
May 16 – David Guetta, with special guest Nervo – 7pm, $42.50-$50
Aug. 28 – Panic at the Disco – The Gospel Tour. With Walk the Moon and Young Bloodhawke. 7:30pm, $25-$35.
Downtown Parking – Meters on downtown streets are now a lot smarter. Pay with coins and credit cards now!
Also, sjdowntownparking.com has a cool interactive map that makes parking easy. www.sjdowntownparking.com
“Get Fit with VTA” campaign – For eight weeks, VTA promotes a healthy lifestyle by encouraging residents to walk and bike to public transportation stops and destinations. The campaign starts Wednesday with a bike clinic, free bike tune-ups, and a free Starter Kit with helpful tools for a fit and healthy lifestyle. 11 am-2pm at VTA’s Downtown Customer Service Center, 55A West Santa Clara St. Check vta.org/GetFitWithVTA, or facebook.com/scvta
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 minut
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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
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Visit www.tsa.gov for the latest information about security procedures.
For more information on Airport changes, maps, and services, go to www.flysanjose.com
Email email@example.com if you need a reply.
Bike sharing – Installation of the modular bike share stations is taking place this week in 20 locations around downtown. The system won’t launch until the end of August when installation in all cities is complete. Memberships are now available for purchase! www.bayareabikeshare.com Requests for free passes to try it out can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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