San Jose - Arts & Culture
Groundbreaking '1776' Musical Revival Puts Diversity First; Now Promoted on Broadway San Jose's Website
Experience the classic musical '1776' with a unique twist at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts. This revival features an ethnically diverse cast, highlighting the importance of diversity in our country.
Strong lineup for San Jose Jazz Summer Fest includes Ledisi, CeeLo Green
With COVID restrictions all but gone, organizers of the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, formerly known as the San Jose Jazz Festival, have released the lineup of artists and are more optimistic than ever that they can pack this year’s event.
Beloved San Jose jazz club Cafe Stritch is closing to make way for a new music venue
After being closed for almost two years because of the pandemic, a well-known and intimate live jazz music venue in San Jose’s SoFA District has now decided not to reopen and will be ending its operations permanently.
Secret South Bay pirate hideaway exposed by Disney+
A secret South Bay hideaway that pays tribute to Captain Hook, Blackbeard, and all the other famous pirates is about to get unearthed like a treasure chest and revealed to the entire world thanks to the National Geographic Television Series "The World According to Jeff Goldblum" on Disney+.
Much-hated statue in San Jose is finally headed to a storage yard
A statue in San Jose that has been a source of controversy even before it was installed, now finally appears to be headed to a storage yard. The statue displays former San Jose mayor Thomas Fallon holding a flag in San Jose while he was a captain in the Mexican–American War in 1846, after the U.S. had just taken possession of California.