PRST STD US POSTAGE PAID BOISE, ID PERMIT 411
WADE LAW GROUP
84 West Santa Clara Street, Ste 750 San Jose, CA 95113
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
How I Find Stress Relief
Keep Up With Your 2018 Business Goals
Do You Know the Origin of International Women’s Day?
Business Advice From Entrepreneur
Go Carb-Free for Dinner
Mark Your Calendars for These Local Events
ART, JAZZ, AND WHISKY
Spring Events in San Jose
WHISKIES OF THE WORLD IN SAN JOSE Where: San Jose Marriott, 301 S. Market Street When: Thursday, March 22, 6–10 p.m.
Back in town for the fifth year in a row, Whiskies of the World in San Jose is the best place to learn about and enjoy whisky from every corner of the globe. This year’s event will feature 300 distilleries, ranging from traditional scotch producers to the vanguard of Japanese distilleries. There will also be snacks, classes on mixology, and even a guide to whisky and cigar pairing. You can also attend a whisky masterclass featuring a guided tasting hosted by industry experts. With so many spirits in one place, it’s a good idea to plan on taking an Uber or Lyft to and from the event. Tickets are available at whiskiesoftheworld.com.
One of the joys of living in the South Bay is that there’s always something fun to look forward to. Here are a few of our upcoming favorites.
FULL SPECTRUM: PAINTINGS BY RAIMONDS STAPRANS Where: San Jose Museum of Art When: Now through May 20, 110 S. Market Street
JAZZ NIGHTS WITH NINETEEN Where: Tabard Theatre Co., 29 N. San Pedro Street When: Saturday, March 24, 8 p.m.
Though he was born in Latvia, Raimonds Staprans has lived in Northern California for over six decades. As a result, his paintings reflect the architecture, color palette, and attitude of the Bay Area. His landscapes and still lifes wow viewers with their bold colors, clean lines, and imaginative flourishes. Whether you’re a certified art nerd or simply somebody who enjoys looking at pretty paintings, you won’t want to miss this comprehensive overview of a master’s work.
The Nineteen Jazz Orchestra has been blowing minds in the South Bay for years. These days, it’s hard to find large ensembles playing together regularly, but Nineteen make use of all of their members to stunning effect. The program in March will feature swinging classics from the big-band era, including the famed “West Side Story Suite.” It’s certain to be a night of good vibes and even better tunes.
Made with FlippingBook - Online catalogs