Open University – SJSU

One of the great perks of living in downtown San Jose is access to San Jose State University. The first of the 23 campus California State University system, SJSU offers 145 areas of study and has flexible options for students of all varieties. In investigating a Master’s in Mass Communications at the university, I discovered … Continue reading Open University – SJSU

San Jose Women’s March

I have never been terribly political, but this election cycle has made me think harder about getting more involved with the issues that are important to me. I was extremely excited to find out that San Jose was hosting its own Women’s March this January in order to express our desire for change and bring … Continue reading San Jose Women’s March

Roses and Wine

San Jose has two beautiful rose gardens. The Municipal Rose Garden and the Heritage Rose Garden. Both are just a short walk from my neighborhood, The Alameda, near Diridon Station and Shasta/Hanchett. The most widely visited and well-known of these is the Municipal Rose Garden. Maintained by a both the city and dedicated group of … Continue reading Roses and Wine

Sushi [Confidential]

There’s nothing confidential about Sushi Confidential. It started out in Campbell by Randy Musterer, AKA “Sushi Randy,” and has since expanded to a second location in downtown San Jose near San Pedro Square (in the old Sonoma Chicken Coop location). This not so confidential sushi joint is a lot of fun, and conveniented located right in … Continue reading Sushi [Confidential]