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Quality Inn & Suites Capitola By the Sea

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720 Hill Street, Capitola, CA, US, 95010

  • Phone: (831) 462-3004
  • Fax: (831) 462-0835
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Silicon Valley Reads Film Festival - "Chinatown: Strangers In A Strange Land"
BlueLight Cinemas 5March 01, 2015 6:30 PM
21275 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, CA 95014
Silicon Valley Reads Film Festival Home & Homeland: The Immigrant Experience The Cupertino Library Foundation, the Cupertino Library, and Bluelight Cinemas in Cupertino are proud sponsors of the 2015 Silicon Valley Reads Film Festival - with 5 free movies shown on Sunday, February 8th at Bluelight Cinemas.  This Film Series is FREE but Registration is Requested Due to Limited Seating! For additional information about the films being shown, please call the Cupertino Library at 408.446.1677 ext. 3310. All screenings are held on Sunday, February 8th at Bluelight Cinemas. Chinatown: Strangers in a Strange Land Sunday, February 8th at 6:30 pm Please RSVP to reserve your seat and please arrive early. We will honor wait list and walk-in attendees for available seats starting 10 min after the scheduled start time. This History Channel documentary ventures back 150 years into the tight-knit communities that exist in the Chinatown that can be found in nearly every major North American city to tell the story of the Chinese-American experience. Find out why just two of China's many provinces contributed the vast majority of 19th century immigrants and learn about the prejudice and hatred they had to overcome in their new land. Examine the many enigmas that surround the Chinese in America to this day: the contrast between their secretive ways and the openness of American society, the violence of Chinese gangs and the success of individual entrepreneurs, and their steadfast adherence to ancient traditions and customs even as new opportunities are embraced and exploited. (100 min) Enter the Cupertino Silicon Valley Reads Essay Contest to Win Cash Prizes! >> Click here to learn more
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Lucinda Williams
City Lights TheaterMarch 01, 2015 7:00 PM
529 South Second Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Lucinda Williams is an Americana/alternative country singer/songwriter who rose to national prominence with the release of her universally-acclaimed self-titled third album in 1988. Williams began her ascent to music stardom by tirelessly recording music in a traditional country and blues style since 1978, despite never truly receiving much attention for her efforts. However, following the release of an eponymous album in 1988, Williams would not only receive the national attention she deserved, but a track off the album, "Passionate Kisses," was covered and recorded by Mary Chapin Carpenter in 1994, earning Williams a songwriting Grammy that year for "Best Country Song." Since then, Williams has managed to maintain a successful career as a singer/songwriter and was even named "America's Best Songwriter" by Time magazine in 2002.
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School House Rock Live! Jr.
Historic Hoover TheatreMarch 01, 2015 10:00 AM
1635 Park Avenue
San Jose, CA 95126
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School House Rock Live! Jr.
Historic Hoover TheatreMarch 01, 2015 2:00 PM
1635 Park Avenue
San Jose, CA 95126
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Wobbleland Sunday (16+ Event)
The City National CivicMarch 01, 2015 1:00 PM
135 West San Carlos Street
San Jose, CA 95113
Wobbleland Sunday City National Civic Tickets - Buy and sell Wobbleland Sunday San Jose Tickets for March 1 at City National Civic in San Jose, CA on StubHub!
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Postdate: Contemporary Photography From India
San Jose Museum of ArtMarch 01, 2015 11:00 AM
110 South Market Street
San Jose, CA 95113
Indian photographers Gauri Gill, Nandan Ghiya, Vivan Sundaram, Dayanita Singh, Pushpamala N., and Annu P. Matthew, present their photography at the San Jose Museum of Art. Their works aim to reclaim the India’s history of colonialism and redefine the nation’s iconic images.
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