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Sarah Winchester’s Legacy of Shopping Centers and Cinemas By Dan Pulcrano @pulcrano/ January 31, 2018

Known as one of the most haunted places in history, the sprawling Winchester mansion is making the most of its big break in Hollywood

Get ready for the second century of Winchester myth-making as a new horror movie brands San Jose’s best-known tourist attraction as “the most haunted house in history.” The new claim will place it in such distinguished company as the Amityville House, the Villisca Ax Murder House, Southern Italy’s Castle of Otranto and the Overlook Hotel in Stephen King’s The Shining. No proof is offered to support the boast, but hey, this is 2018. The throngs clomping through the twisted corridors of our city’s most infamous gift to popular culture will surely grow. Bigger than the crowd at the largest inauguration in history. The Winchester Mystery House won’t reveal its attendance, an order that comes “from up top,” according to spokesman Jake Williams. Ninety-five years after Sarah Winchester’s death, her side project of a house—the shambolically designed 160-room Queen Anne Victorian whose actual name was Llanada Villa—draws eye rolls from locals but continues to hoover tourism dollars. The Mystery House is making the most of it, meanwhile, screening trailers for the movie at the end of its tours. Its fast-cut editing and screams of terror will leave an imprint on the collective psyche—plan to hug your kids at bedtime if they see the movie—further monetizing a cheesy yarn that birthed one of the valley’s biggest real estate plays, and now a major


Do you have a BIG idea? Is your pitch ready for prime time? Test your innovation's value and your pitch creativity at this year's PitchTank event on eBay's campus.


Wed, February 21, 2018 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM PST LOCATION

eBay 2025 Hamilton Avenue San Jose, CA 95125 REFUND POLICY

Refunds up to 7 days before event

Pitch your ideas to investors and business advisors. Network with real innovators of the Silicon Valley. This event has something for everyone - opportunities for inspiration, education, and connection! This is the third year PitchTank has been bringing innovators and investors together and WhatUp is proud to be bringing such a great event to this community. Join WhatUp and professionals and entrepreneurs across the valley for a night of Big Ideas and great pitches. This year, PitchTank is demoing the first-of-its-kind Mentor Minute, where you'll have the opportunity to connect in a quick, but meaningful way with industry professionals for a brainstorm about your Big Idea. Not ready to pitch? Come and join Silicon Valley professionals for a few drinks and hear others share their BIG ideas on the big stage.

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Harlem Reimagined: San Jose exhibit examines changing neighborhood By Linda Zavoral Posted on Feb 8, 2018 What’s next for Harlem? A team of photojournalists — students from San Jose State University, George Washington University and other schools — spent four days in New York City’s black mecca to capture the pulse of the neighborhood as residents grapple with gentrification. The result is “Harlem Reimagined,” a 100-image exhibit that will open Feb. 8 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library in San Jose and run through March 31 before moving on to New York. Admission is free; the show is displayed on the library’s second floor. A total of 45 students, educators, activists and locals, led by SJSU associate professor Duane Michael Cheers, spent four days in October, morning till night, chronicling the changes. They photographed longtime shopkeepers and residents new and old, namesake boulevards, legendary clubs and restaurants, and the new wave of non-locally-owned businesses.

In "Harlem Reimagined," student photojournalists captured the changing cultural and commercial landscape of the nation's most significant African-American community. (Photo courtesy of "Harlem Reimagined," San Jose State University)

“Harlem remains a busy and soulful AfricanAmerican village — but one that is absorbing an unsettling wave of gentrification,” visiting professor and participant David E. Early wrote of their findings. “Left unchecked, the movement threatens to wipe out long-term residents, along with the schools, churches, businesses, neighborhoods, entertainment venues and social justice organizations that have defined African-American achievement for decades.” The project took its cultural and historic inspiration from the works of James Van Der Zee, the famous photographer whose works told the story of the Harlem Renaissance. Details: More information is at


La Rinconada Bar at The Catamount, Los Gatos

Applebee’s has a new tropical drink promotion for February. (Paul Sakuma/AP archives)

A cocktail for a buck? Here’s Applebee’s new promotion By Linda Zavoral Posted on Feb 2, 2018 After finding success with buck-a-cocktail promotions in October and December, the Applebee’s restaurants are back with a new concoction for February. Called the Dollarmama, this riff on a Bahama Mama is designed to offer a “winter getaway in a glass.” It’s made with white rum and a new Applebee’s proprietary mix of pineapple, orange and lime juices with a touch of coconut and cherry.

The vibe: Sleek and sexy. The bar at Ray Tang’s South Bay hot spot is topped with Carrara marble and everywhere you look there are chic bronze accents, from the overhead lights to the tiny tables nestled along the glass wall and the gray-blue rattan chairs. The California-inspired bar menu offers an impressive array of proteins and nibbles that qualify as dinner, and the comprehensive cocktail program (low proof, barrel-aged, signature and classic) will keep you sipping into the night. The dish: The upscale Ahi Tuna Poke ($17) is a lovely take on the fast-casual trend, with its delicate dressing of citrus and sesame. Get one of those, along with Spiced Lamb Meatballs ($11) with fresh, minted yogurt and the generous Parmesan Truffle Fries ($9). Hitting a movie? Time your date night to La Rinconada’s Social Hour (4-6 p.m.) and those fries will only cost you $5. The details: Open for drinks and bar bites Tuesday-Saturday at 50 University Ave., Los Gatos;

Customers may buy the drink for a dollar all month long. No other purchase is required. Applebee’s kicked off the cocktail promotion with a $1 margarita in October and a $1 Long Island iced tea in December.


Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose SoundByte Symphony 2.0 Friday, March 16 at 7:30 pm

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Ticket Office: 650-903-6000 |

Contact: Shonda Ranson 650-903-6551 | March 2018 EVENTS Magique Bazaar Magic & Mystery: Illusions from Around the World Friday, March 2 at 8 pm Join the Magique Bazaar and Majinga the Magician for illusion, dance, quick-witted comedy and live world music by Light Rain. The longest-running magic troupe from California celebrates 20 years, featuring China's Mask Changing Act and Houdini's Metamorphosis. A non-stop show that leaves you delighted in magic - live, not on screen. ZAWAYA Faces of Love: Divas of Arab Music Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 8pm Aswat Women Ensemble performs songs originally sung by the Arab World’s most beloved female singers. Each song portrays one of the many faces of love we encounter during our lives: love for a significant other, love for one’s country love for God and loving nostalgia for moments passed. This performance is expected to last 90 without an intermission. Appropriate for all ages. Peninsula Youth Theatre Beauty and the Beast Saturday, March 3 at 2 and 7:30 pm Sunday, March 4 at 1 and 6:30 pm Friday, March 9 at 7:30 pm Saturday, March 10 at 2 and 7:30 pm Sunday, March 11 at 1 pm Disney’s animated classic and recent live-action blockbuster comes to life in this fulllength musical. When Belle visits a seemingly deserted castle to find her father, she meets a host of enchanted objects and their master – a menacing beast. She agrees to trade her freedom for her father’s, but can the “beast” learn to love before it is too late? Kerry Irish Production Inc. St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland 2018 Tuesday, March 13 at 7 pm An authentic St. Patrick's Day celebration, with "rip-roaring music, song, and dance...a great Irish night" (Irish News & Entertainment). This treat for the whole family features champion dancers, the Kerry Voice Squad & Traditional Band. Together, they'll transport you to the Emerald Isle for a GREAT IRISH NIGHT! Upstage Theater Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead Friday, March 16 at 7:30 pm Saturday, March 17 at 7:30 pm Sunday, March 18 at 7:30 pm Rosencrantz and Guildenstern is perhaps the most well-known play by legendary playwright Tom Stoppard. It is the witty, hilarious tale of two best friends — minor characters from Shakespeare’s Hamlet — Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Hamlet’s two childhood friends are tasked, by the king, with discovering what’s wrong with him.

An hour-long concert of themes from your favorite movies, video games and symphonic works: Star Wars, Batman, The Godfather, Carmen, Pirates of the Caribbean, Aida Triumphal March, Beethoven's 7th Symphony and more! Stay after the concert to enjoy refreshments and mingle with the orchestra members. The Flamenco Society of San Jose La Farruca & Company: “Destiny of Fire” Saturday, March 17 at 7:30 pm Spend a special evening with Rosario “La Farruca” Montoya, one of flamenco’s greatest dancers noted for her passionate movements that are both authentic and energetic. La Farruca will delight with From Fire and Memory (Del Fuego y la Memoria), a work of intimate, visceral flamenco, from the very essence of the culture of the gypsies. This performance will also feature dancer Natalia “Del Serrata” Delmar; singers Juanilloro de Jerez and El Quint; and guitarist, Raul Vicenti. New Century Dance Annual Showcase Sunday, March 18 at 3 pm Annual recital performances. All student review — adult ballet, youth ballet and Chinese dance. Peninsula Open Space Trust Winona LaDuke Tuesday, March 20 at 8 pm Winona LaDuke is a Native American environmentalist and executive director of Honor the Earth, a Native American environmental advocacy organization. She is known for her work on the Native American tribal land claims and sustainable development. Theater YOU and Fantasy Dance Studio 15th Anniversary Gala Performance of Dance Thursday, March 22 at 6:30 pm Fantasy Dance Studio’s 15th year jubilee will focus on the past, present and future to celebrate Fantasy Dance Studio now and for decades to come. Pacific Ballet Academy 2018 Spring Showcase Saturday, March 24 at noon and 5 pm Sunday, March 25 at noon and 5 pm Pacific Ballet Academy of Mountain View presents its annual concert featuring student dancers and members from the Pacific Ballet Studio Company. The featured ballet will be Fokine's Les Sylphides, staged by directors Marion and Rima Chaeff, and new choreography by our faculty. Peninsula Youth Theatre Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth Friday, March 23 at 9:30, 11 am, and 12:30 pm Saturday, March 24 at 11:30 am and 1:30 pm A humorous origin story about how young Ganesha came to scribe the Mahabharata. Ganesha is just like any other kid, except that he has the head of an elephant and rides around on a magical mouse. What will he do, though, when his tusk breaks on his favorite candy? A world premiere adaptation of the book by Emily Haynes and Sanjay Patel. Theater YOU and Fantasy Dance Studio 15th Anniversary Gala Performance of Dance Thursday, March 22 at 6:30 pm Fantasy Dance Studio’s 15th year jubilee will focus on the past, present and future to celebrate Fantasy Dance Studio now and for decades to come. VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/6

Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) is proud to serve our community's travel needs while being recognized as America's fastest-growing major airport over the past two years. This is the result of airlines adding new routes, frequencies and larger aircraft. In 2018, many airlines will launch convenient, nonstop service to these 14 U.S. cities and two popular Mexico destinations: Southwest Airlines is launching a major Silicon Valley expansion in spring with 80 additional weekly flights, including eight new nonstop destinations, six of which were previously unserved at SJC by any carrier. • Cabo San Lucas – first-ever international service for Southwest in San Jose, starts March 10 • New Orleans and Albuquerque – weekly flights begin April 8 • Saint Louis, Houston-Hobby, Spokane and Boise – daily service launches on April 8 • Orlando – daily service begins May 6 Frontier to Atlanta, Austin, Cincinnati, San Antonio and Tulsa – up to fourweekly flights start on April 8 or 9. Aeromexico to Mexico City – daily, seasonal service operates June 1 through August 31.

Mark your calendars for Christmas in the Park's annual fundraiser Christmas in July! You will not want to miss out on this unforgettable night full of fun activities and awesome entertainment for everyone to enjoy. When: Saturday, July 21st Where: History Park San Jose Time: 5:30pm-11:00pm

Delta to New York-JFK – daily flights begin June 8. Alaska to Everett/Seattle area – daily service is expected to begin in the fall, pending government approval. For convenience, on-time flights and a world-class passenger service experience, book your flights to and from Silicon Valley at

One of SJC's best-kept secrets is out, thanks to our travelers. The Club at SJC, our award-winning passenger lounge open to ALL travelers and located opposite Gate 15, is nominated for Best Airport Service/Amenity in the 10 Best Readers' Choice travel award competition from USA TODAY. The Club is currently #1 on the leaderboard! Please help keep The Club at #1! Vote once or once a day through February 19th at this voting link. Anyone flying through SJC may purchase a $40 day pass to The Club. Complimentary admission is available to passengers flying overseas international business class and to travelers with Priority Pass, Lounge Key, Lounge Club, and Diners Club memberships.

Tickets go on sale in April!

Become a Sponsor of Christmas in July! Sponsorships are a great way to promote your company while supporting Christmas in the Park which is a non-profit and a rich community tradition. There are a wide variety of sponsorship opportunities and price levels. Contact Joe Noonan for more information and details about how you can be a part of Christmas in July! (408)718-6405 VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/7

Campbell Museum Updates

History Happy Hour is back with four dates lined up for 2018. Don't miss these interesting, educational, and entertaining lectures. Each History Happy Hour is available to register now. History Happy Hour Winter/ Spring  Friday, February 16: Ethnohistorian Alan Leventhal: The History of the Ohlone  Friday, March 23: Historian Barney Terrell: On the Trail of the Campbells  Friday, April 20: Climate Voices: What is Climate Change and How Does it Affect Society?  Friday, May 18: Historian Steve Bantham: The Union Occupation of Catalina Island During the Civil War $15/ person. Advanced registration is required. Admission includes: light appetizers and refreshments, walk through of the Ainsley House, and featured lecture. Event timeline: 5:30-6pm: doors open, appetizer and beverages available, Ainsley House open for walk through 6-7pm: speaker presents with time for Q & A 7-7:30pm: last call for beverages and Ainsley House walk through, clean up.


Looking Down and Looking Back explore aerial photos past and present. Through comparisons of landscapes over time, as well as freestanding aerial images, we are provided with insight into Campbell’s growth over the last century and the elements that make Campbell our home.

Save the Date to treat yourself or a Mother you know and love to a wonderful Mother's Day Tea and Tour at the Ainsley House on May 11th or May 12. Reservations and more information will be available on the Campbell Museums website by March 1. The Ainsley House and San Jose Guitar School of Music will be hosting the second season of the popular Sunday Wine & Concert Series at the Ainsley House on the following Sundays from 2-4pm: March 25, April 22, and May 20, 2018. The Concerts are a family friendly event which features: talented local musicians, light refreshments and an unguided walk through of the historical Ainsley House. Advanced reservations are required $20/ person ages 18-and up. Youth 17 and under is $5. Reservations can be made via the Campbell Museums website:


BRAND-NEW PRODUCTION FROM CRYSTAL BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Coming to San Jose's SAP Center March 28–April 1, 2018

NEW CAMPBELL CHAMBER – 2018 2018 Board Members (left to right) Mike Lombardi, Treasurer, Eckley Lombardi Glascott, LLP Ron Gardner, President Elect, Gridley Company Janie Kelly, President Elect, CSR Real Estate Services Larry Brooks, Past President, LMB Media Group Dale Yoshihara, Past President, Kyoto Palace Japanese Steakhouse Brenda Friederich, Friederich Small Business Advisory Earl Sutton, Sutton Swim School Mariana Faerron-Gutierrez, Tico Coffee Roasters Rita Archer, Philip Christian, On-Site Nicholas Welzenbach, Darling Fischer Memorial Chapel Carl San Miguel, Highland Properties (not pictured) SF BAY ADVENTURES – THE FREDA B

Cirque du Soleil will bring Crystal, its 42nd production and first-ever experience on ice, to San Jose’s SAP Center from Wednesday, March 28 to Sunday, April 1, 2018. World-class ice skaters and acrobats take their new frozen playground by storm with speed and fluidity as they challenge the laws of gravity with a flurry of unexpected acrobatics. A new kind of performance as Cirque du Soleil meets the ice. This will be the only Northern California engagement of Crystal. Tickets for the San Jose engagement are available for purchase at Crystal - A Breakthrough Ice Experience Crystal, the show’s main character, sets out on an exhilarating quest to fulfill her destiny as she dives into a world of her own imagination. She soars through this surreal world at high speed to become what she was always destined to be: confident, free, and empowered.

Two Moons Rising After the lovely New Year's Day full moon and the epic Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse in January, we are looking forward to March's celestial events. Step aboard the Schooner Freda B for the best seats on the Bay! Friday, March 2nd, 6pm - 8:30pm Saturday, March 31st, 6:30pm - 9pm SF Bay Adventures <>

Crystal is about looking at things from fresh angles, peeking through the veneer of everyday life, reframing one’s daily reality to see what one might have missed. Sometimes the only way to appreciate things is to look at them sideways. Discovering one’s individuality and uniqueness requires venturing out on thin ice.


The Tabard Theatre Company Announces its 18th season of musicals and plays

Who: The Tabard Theatre Company announces 2018-2019 season, themed "Snapshots: Capturing Life's Special Moments" What: Tabard's 18th season features 5 productions new to the Bay Area among the 4 musicals and 2 plays in its MainStage season, plus a play for its Top of the Stairs series: Another Roll of the Dice: Written by Mark Saltzman based on the stories of Damon Runyon with music by Frank Loesser, this new musical takes audiences back to the colorful locale of "Runyonland" first introduced onstage in Loesser's legendary Broadway musical Guys and Dolls, answering the question: "What else happened at Mindy's Deli before Sky and Nathan wagered over strudel and cheesecake?" September 14 through October 7, 2018. A Bay Area First!

Beloved Professor Dies

The Silicon Valley Concierge Association lost a wonderful friend and supporter when Dr. Kate Sullivan died on January 23, 2018. Dr. Kate was the professor at San Jose State University that established a hospitality and recreation department. One of her students, John Blem was Front Desk Manager at the Hotel DeAnza. She encouraged him to start hospitality organization and the first meeting of the Silicon Valley Concierge Association was held at the Hotel DeAnza in 1995.

The Explorers Club: Written by Nell Benjamin. London, 1879. The prestigious Explorers Club is in crisis: their acting president wants to admit a woman, and their bartender is terrible. True, this female candidate is brilliant, beautiful, and has discovered a legendary Lost City, but the decision to let in a woman could shake the very foundation of the British Empire, and how do you make such a decision without a decent drink? October 26 through November 18, 2018. “…wildly funny comedy…” –- Variety A Bay Area Premiere!

Dr. Kate has been a supporter, mentor and leader for many of us. She continued to work to develop new programs for the Hospitality Department. She worked with companies to grow the intern program at San Jose State University.

Uptown Holiday Swing: Created by Cathy Spielberger Cassetta and Gus Kambeitz. Bringing the 1940s' sounds of New York's Uptown Swing to Downtown San Jose, this musical feast of Big Band swing standards and holiday classics celebrates the jazz styles popularized by the likes of Benny Goodman, Glen Miller, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, and Frank Sinatra. Added to the mix -a different local Big Band will be featured each weekend. November 30 through December 16, 2018. A Bay Area Premiere!

Lillian Scoyen - Charter Member Silicon Valley Concierge Association Board Member

Dr. Kate had a wonderful personality and good humor. Dr. Kate will be missed by many,

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Joseph O'Kane, Jr. June 21, 1952 January 17, 2018 - San Jose

Former Film Commissioner for the City of San Jose, Joe O'Kane passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 17, 2018. For more than two decades, O'Kane promoted San Jose as a film and video destination. He brought many productions to San Jose, generating revenue and publicity for the city he was born in and loved. Calling Joe a "film buff" doesn't come close. You could ask him a question about any movie ever made and he would know the answer. As a writer, publisher, teacher, and theater owner, Joe was most admired for his creativity, mentoring skills, and sense of humor. He valued loyalty, problem solving, and family above all. Joe attended Mitty High School. At San Jose State University, he studied film making and marketing. In 1978, Joe

created the San Jose Film Commission and later helped establish the San Jose (Cinequest) Film Festival. He published Locations Magazine, and Film Clips, a newsletter for Bay Area film and video makers, and he produced the Joey Awards; an annual awards ceremony honoring local film and video talent. Before starting his career as Film Commissioner, Joe was active in CYO and was co-founder of Camera One Theater. He was past president and board member of the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and he taught film making at San Jose State. His support and encouragement of students, family, and friends was renown. For twenty years, he publicized San Jose at the Cannes Film Festival, where he was well known and much admired. He also served several terms as president of the International Association of Film Commissioners and received the Arthur Loew Crystal Vision Award. Predeceased by his beloved wife Cynthia Filarca, Joe is survived by his proudest accomplishment—his daughter Clare, and by his siblings Colleen, Sean, and Teresa, and their families. We will miss his laughter at the table.

Mon, Feb 27, 2017 to Sun, Mar 11, 2018 $6-$500 408-295-3378 (FEST) California Theatre Hammer Theatre Center & 3Below Theaters Various Venues (see official website) Set in the home of the world’s most influential media technology companies (Apple, Cisco, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, LinkedIn etc.) CQFF showcases premier films, renowned and emerging artists, and breakthrough technology—empowering global connectivity between creators, innovators and audiences. Cinequest has led the world in its showcase and implementation of the innovations that have revolutionized film making, exhibition and distribution. Over 100,000 attend CQFF, yet the three-block proximity of its state-of-the-art venues along with Cinequest’s renowned hospitality, makes the festival experience as warm and personal as it is electrifying. Cinequest presents over 90 World and U.S. premieres with groundbreaking innovations by 700+ participating filmmakers from over 50 countries each year.

Those who knew and loved Joe are invited to join the family in a celebration of Joe's life on March 17, 2018 at the San Jose home of his sister, Teresa O'Kane. VALLEY ACCESS ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE/12





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