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Auto Show Allows Guests to See New Vehicles Under One Roof; Explore New Technology
By Robert Haugh

Showcasing hundreds of new models and highlighting innovative technologies in a non-selling environment, the 2015 Silicon Valley International Auto Show held Jan. 8 through 11 in San Jose displayed some of the latest vehicles and the niftiest automotive gadgets...

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Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Heart
By Melissa McKenzie

Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Heart

Back in the 1960s, Heart of the Valley’s Executive Director Glenda Cresap, a politically savvy teenager at the time, would pile her three very different grandmothers into her American Rambler and cruise the streets of Los Angeles. Even at her young age, Cresap valued the knowledge and experience seniors had to offer, eventually studying gerontology at Ventura Community College and San Jose State University...

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Triton Continues Successful Evening Event
By Melissa McKenzie

Triton Continues Successful Evening Event

Since its inception last year, Night@tritonmuseum has continued to rise in popularity. The event, held quarterly on a Thursday evening, is family friendly, but targets the oft-overlooked 20- and 30-something crowd, and gives emerging and established artists the ability to showcase their work.

On Jan. 15 Night@tritonmuseum returned with the event’s signature artist demonstrations and a few new surprises.

As Mei-Ying Dell’Aquila sketched portraits in the Warburton Gallery, Holly Van Hart gave tours of her show, “Possibilities Abound,” in the Rotunda. While most of the artists created with guests and demonstrated in the Cowell Room (where the museum holds its art classes), Michael Foley painted and David Meija drew caricatures...

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2015 Free Fridays Begin with Jazz

2015 Free Fridays Begin with Jazz

With 2014 in the past, the Santa Clara Performing Arts Foundation and the City of Santa Clara in conjunction with the City’s Cultural Commission and the Santa Clara Sister Cities Association, kicked off the first installment of 2015’s Triton First Fridays performances with Park Avenue Jazz on Jan. 9.

Singing selections from the Great American Songbook, the jazz trio kept the evening mellow, giving the audience an opportunity to remember a time before rock and roll was king.

“This is what we do,” said lead singer Caroline Garbarino, who has been with Park Avenue Jazz for three years. “We also play for senior centers and they love these songs. The women go wild for Frank Sinatra still. They know every world of every song of all of Cole Porter’s. It’s wonderful...”

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Starting Arts Dream Team Brings It On
By Melissa McKenzie

Starting Arts Dream Team Brings It On

Cheerleading is one of those controversial activities with many debating on if it is or isn’t it a sport. But, all controversy aside, there’s one thing everyone can agree on: when you put a bunch of girls in a room, drama will ensue. And let’s be honest — petty rivalries are just a little bit funny when it’s put on stage and dramatized. Perhaps that’s why the Starting Arts Dream Team took on the task of performing Bring it On The Musical Jan. 15-17 at the Santa Clara High School Performing Arts Center.

With music and lyrics by Tony and Grammy Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda (“In the Heights”), Bring it On: The Musical combines Miranda’s difficult rap-song style with flips and twirls seen at cheer competitions...

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