The voice of De Anza since 1967.

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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Students play the violin, cello, guitar and piano at the Chamber show in the Arts Quad on June 17.

Music enthusiasts play for the annual Chamber show

Ebony Campbell, La Voz Staff | June 28, 2024

The Chamber show was lively despite it being on a Monday afternoon. On June 17, friends and family gathered around to enjoy a show hosted by the Music Department in the Arts Quad. There was a good mix...

Jazz Band performing city pop song with singer Amy Murata during Spring Jazz Concert A Night of Salsa and City Pop at the VPAC on June 17.

Spring Jazz Concert returns after six years

Xitlaly Martinez, La Voz Staff | June 28, 2024

The Visual & Performing Arts Center auditorium seating was filled top to bottom on June 17, where free admission invited the community to groove with the De Anza College Jazz Band conducted by Professor...

Bread displays in La Mexicana Bakery in San Jose on June 17.

La Mexicana Bakery sells more than just bread

Xitlaly Martinez, La Voz Staff | June 28, 2024

La Mexicana Bakery's warm lights can be seen from the street at 9 p.m. every night. I like to think it's because the San Jose bakery understands that Mexican hospitality is sharing late night pan dulce...

Silk Road the band performing at Santana Row Saturday, June 8. From left, Asher Kauk, Miguel Song, Amara Lin, Maya Bommelaere, Alana Lin and Ellis Shahin perform.

Bay Area music scene comes alive for summer at Santana Row

Sarah Atito, La Voz Staff | June 28, 2024

Tucked behind Smitten Ice Cream in Santana Row, a small crowd lay on artificial turf watching local Bay Area band Silk Road perform. On June 8, people of all ages lounged on lawn chairs and sat on the...

Make room for new emotions

Make room for new emotions

Sabrina Kulieva, La Voz Staff | June 28, 2024

Set about two years after the first part, “Inside Out 2” continues telling the story of Riley, a girl who is in her transitory stage of development as she struggles through the challenges of high school,...

Chorale singers perform with Ilan Glassman on the piano at the VPAC on June 15.

Singers and musicians rock the Spring quarter concert

Xitlaly Martinez, La Voz Staff | June 27, 2024

Nearly 200 De Anza students and community members were swooning in their seats on Saturday, June 15 at the Visual & Performing Arts Center, listening to mostly contemporary compositions by musicians...

Lead vocalist Otis Pavlovic and guitarist Royel Maddell perform to full crowd at the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco on May 18.

Viral Australian band comes to local San Francisco theater

Sarah Atito, La Voz Staff | June 26, 2024

Editor's note: This article has been updated to correctly identify Royel Otis as an Australian band. An earlier version of this article ran with a headline and deck that incorrectly said the band was an...

Two al pastor tacos with rice, beans and horchata at El Halal Amigos on June 12.

El Halal Amigos brings a mix of Latin-inspired food and Halal cuisine

Anthony Politi, La Voz Staff | June 23, 2024

If you’ve never had El Halal Amigos, it is worth the try. El Halal Amigos is a Halal Mexican restaurant in the heart of downtown Willow Glen in San Jose, California. The owner and executive chief,...

Apple WWDC 2024 highlights: Vision OS 2.0, iOS 18, Apple AI and more!

Nello Puelles, La Voz Staff | June 19, 2024

Welcome to our coverage of the WWDC 2024 event! Apple has just announced exciting updates and new features across its platforms. In this video Nello Puelles covers the highlights: Vision OS 2.0...

The Hungry Cow in Fremont serves Korean BBQ and Shabu-Shabu hotpot for dinner. Taken on June 8.

Hungry Cow offers Korean BBQ and Shabu-Shabu hotpot

Sonny La, La Voz Staff | June 19, 2024

If you never had Korean barbecue or shabu-shabu in the Bay Area, then you are in for a treat since Hungry Cow just opened in Fremont this May, and it will satisfy meat-loving connoisseurs and hotpot enthusiasts. It...

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