A 25-year-old San Jose resident was arrested Friday after she reportedly vandalized a statue of Christopher Columbus in San Jose City Hall, police said.
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- Police searching for parents of lost toddler found in San Jose
By Filipa Ioannou - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
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- Historic literary journal Reed magazine celebrates 150 years
By Brandon Yu - Wednesday Sep 20, 2017
To look at the story of Reed magazine is to glimpse the panoply of American history. One of the nation’s oldest literary journals west of the Mississippi, Reed was founded in 1867 by the female students of California State Normal School, a teachers school that would become San Jose State University. “It’s kind of a staggering concept. We were founded two years after the Civil War ended,” says Cathleen Miller, Reed magazine’s editor in chief. “We are almost as old as the state of California.” Back then, the journal, which celebrates 150 years in 2017, was handwritten and called the Acorn — a small booklet of student musings and reflections.
- Seven months after the flood, many San Jose residents still homeless
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It's Saturday night, and the work studio TechSpace in downtown San Jose is nearly empty. For Chrystie Mariano the quiet allows her to concentrate on the repetitive motion of the laser cutting and engraving machine.