A former gay bathhouse just west of downtown San Jose has been transformed into a unique and airy office development that is equipped to handle post-pandemic work concerns.
The new location is in San Jose’s Edenvale neighborhood and has the address of 5815 Silver Creek Valley Place near the intersection with Coyote Road. It opens on September 29th.
Silicon Valley will be getting two more higher-end dining options in the near future, thanks to a Los Angeles-based restaurant group that is in the middle of a tech-based expansion.
The upscale Mexican restaurant in the Peninsula town of Los Altos, opened by celebrity chef Traci Des Jardins, has suddenly and mysteriously closed just six months after it opened.
Comcast internet subscribers in Fremont are getting fed up with outages caused by vandals.
A hotel project in downtown San Jose now appears to have the green light to proceed after years of delays because of lawsuits from a preservation group against the city of San Jose.
A kitschy new hotel chain that is opening its first U.S. property in Sunnyvale is promising to bring you back to the days of your youth.
An annual barbecue competition and food festival that started in 2016 is coming back for its fifth year this weekend, after taking two years off during the pandemic.
Nearly 200 low-income families in Mountain View will get a free $500 a month cash infusion in a new guaranteed basic income pilot program, and the application portal opens Friday.
The 49ers and the city of Santa Clara have settled their lawsuits stemming from management issues at Levi’s Stadium, including fraud allegations and a disagreement about concert noise levels. But it was not without drama.
San Jose is expected to get a massive new Vietnamese market that is unlike anything the Bay Area has ever seen.
The Iron Chef, Masaharu Morimoto, is about to open Momosan Santana Row as part of his sake and ramen chain, which has locations in New York City, Seattle, Waikiki, and a few other cities.
A fried chicken chain that has items that are so hot they’ve sent people to the emergency room has opened its third Bay Area location.
In a shocking, unexpected announcement, one of the most well-known chefs in Silicon Valley is leaving his much-acclaimed restaurant in Los Gatos.
A $3.3 million dollar settlement offer from the 49ers to the City of Santa Clara appears to be still on the table after the city council decided not to take any action on the matter at this week’s council meeting.
Calvary Chapel in San Jose has scored a legal victory in its battle to fend off massive fines levied during the coronavirus pandemic.
A home in East San Jose has become a magnet for car crashes. The man who lives there says his property has been hit 23 times since Interstate 680 was built in the 70s.
South Bay cinema fans will have plenty to see and do during the second half of August, thanks to the innovative film festival known as Cinequest, which returns after a two-and-a-half-year hiatus.
The Tully Night Market, an outdoor public market in East San Jose, is only about a month old — but it's already become a big hit.
Popular Bay Area Peruvian chicken chain Limón Rotisserie is prepping to open a sixth location in Mountain View.
Matching DNA evidence has solved yet another perplexing cold-case murder, this time in Sunnyvale.
An appellate court has overturned the second-degree murder convictions of three former Santa Clara County correctional deputies convicted for the deadly jail beating in 2015 of mentally ill inmate Michael Tyree.
Plans for a tiny home village for the homeless in North San Jose may get scrapped because the area where it is proposed could turn out to be land only meant for parks.
A group has just filed a suit in response to the El Paseo de Saratoga shopping center redevelopment project, which was approved by the City Council last month.
Hoodline's Bay Area Summertime Happenings curates a selection of recommendations to get you out of the house this weekend, from the cultural to the culinary.