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The musical styles of Erick Santero, an artist, DJ and producer, reflect the travel routes of his Salvadoran father and Guatemalan mother. Moving between New York, New Orleans and his current home in Oakland, California, Santero's travels have afforded him a plethora of diverse and cultural music styles.
Brides in the Bay Area spend months searching high and low for just the right place to have their wedding. After all, everything has to be, well, perfect. Local company WedSpring offers a unique way for couples to discover their ideal venue. Their open house-style venue tour lets you go at your own pace, bring whoever you want, and only visit the locales that strike your fancy–all for free.
Now in its 23rd year, San Jose's annual Cinequest Film Festival is renowned as a preeminent discovery ground for cinema and media innovation. Beginning February 26, this year's lineup features an international spread of top-notch artists, films, and technologies, including special appearances by Salman Rushdie and Harrison Ford.
It's already February. Have you shed all those holiday pounds? Especially this month, many believe life is sweeter when shared with someone special–we're talking about a sweetheart, a friend, or battle buddy. JumpstartMD, the largest Bay Area medical practice dedicated to weight management, helps thousands of men and women meet their weight loss goals, so they know pairs and couples on the program start out with an edge. What do pairs have that individuals don't?
Celebrating the centennial of legendary designer Ray Eames at the all-new California Museum exhibition, Ray Eames: A Century of Modern Design–it's the first to explore the early life and work of the Sacramento native who broke barriers during an era of few opportunities for women in the art world.
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