Mass Eviction—San Jose’s Largest—to Displace 670 People

Plans to replace a rent-controlled apartment complex with market-rate housing near Santana Row leads to largest eviction in San Jose history.

Huge Media Shifts as Mercury News Rebrands, KGO Cuts Staff

The San Jose Mercury News and Oakland Tribune printed their last editions Monday. Meanwhile, KGO radio is also cutting staff.

Bad Nudes Bared: Lupin Lodge’s Idyllic Clothing-Free Lifestyle Unravels in Alarming Fashion

Mounting legal troubles have longtime Lupin Lodge members worried about the future of the historic naturist resort.

Rules Committee Discusses Ways to Incentivize Seismic Retrofits

When the next big earthquake strikes, hundreds of buildings in Silicon Valley are prone to collapse. Yet unlike other major Bay Area cities that have adopted policies to incentivize seismic retrofitting—namely Oakland, San Francisco, Berkeley and Fremont—San Jose has done nothing to fix the problem. A group of City Council officials want to create a […]