2018: A Year in Review

In which we look back on all the strange, infuriating and preposterous things that went down in 2018 and say, “Sayonara!”

Fatal Fall at Silvery Towers Prompts Cal OSHA Investigation

Someone fell to his death early Thursday at downtown San Jose’s Silvery Towers, a project already tainted by claims of wage theft and slavery.

‘Slavery Towers’ a Flashpoint in Debate Over Labor Standards, Responsible Development

The 643-unit Silvery Towers climbing 22 stories into the sky from the heart of San Jose have become a monument to unfettered greed.

Cinema in Silicon Valley Faces Uncertain Future with Closure of Camera 3, BlueLight in Cupertino

Cinema in Silicon Valley faces an uncertain future with the closure of Camera 3, as well as the expected demise of BlueLight in Cupertino.