Kings Beat Sharks in Santa Clara
By Melissa McKenzie, photos by Damon Tarver/CSM
It was a highly anticipated game featuring one of the biggest rivalries in California sports, and with over 70,000 in attendance, Levi’s Stadium hosted its first outdoor hockey event when the Los Angeles Kings battled the San Jose Sharks in the National Hockey League’s Stadium Series on Feb. 21.
Despite public transportation problems noted in the past, fans’ dismay quickly turned to excitement as they settled in for the second NHL game played outdoors in the Golden State.
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Outlook 2015 – Focus on Santa Clara
By Robert Haugh
Focusing on the City’s future, with an emphasis on pending development and challenges facing the City, Outlook 2015: Focus on Santa Clara provided a glimpse into Santa Clara’s future.
The Feb. 18 event featured Mayor Jamie Matthews’ annual State of the City.
Among the highlights Matthews noted, was the successful first year of Levi’s Stadium. “At times I felt like Walt Disney ...