Industry stakeholders discussed statewide regulations during a panel discussion hosted by the Silicon Valley Cannabis Alliance.
This week Metro’s SV411 Podcast runs down some of the biggest stories in local politics and the reinvented Hammer Theatre Center.
After receiving a $150,000 grant from the Knight Cities Challenge, San Jose has hired a new city designer in Timothy Rood.
In suggesting that African Americans shouldn’t be “pigeon-holed” to stereotypes, football legend Jim Brown trotted out another stereotype.
Sports legends convened at an SJSU event to announce a new institute that will focus on the intersection of sports, race and social change.
City officials are poised to approve a three-year lease that would breathe new life into Hammer Theatre Center, a.k.a. The San Jose Rep, which went dark a year ago due to bankruptcy.