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The voice of De Anza since 1967.

La Voz News

Rally members listen to testimonials and chant: “This is what community looks like” before heading into San Jose City Hall on April 25.

Defeat of COPA and growing equity gap in the Bay Area

Georgina Munoz-Villanueva | May 12, 2023

The Community Opportunity to Purchase Program, COPA, was denied by an overwhelming majority of San Jose council members on April 25.  In a rally organized by several non-profit organizations including...

Melissa Dillon, Amy Ingram and Rhuamia Lucero pose with their products for their brand LeveeRoad at San Joses Fall Festival on Oct 1.

San Jose’s 2022 Fall Festival invites community to celebrate agriculture and art

Lauren Linh Bui, Freelance Reporter | October 17, 2022

The 6th Annual Martial Cottle Park Fall Festival, one of San Jose’s largest vendor markets, brought together community to celebrate Santa Clara Valley’s agricultural heritage and welcome the fall season...

Mural of a tiger monmon cat by artist Horitomo located in The Guadalupe River Trail by Coleman Avenue. A monmon cat represents strength in Asian culture and finds retreat within bamboo trees.

San Jose must preserve its historic murals

Maida Suta, Opinions Editor | June 17, 2022

When visiting downtown San Jose, every other corner is adorned with a mural — people, animals, flowers, landscapes and so much more. Yet as San Jose is embracing its murals and unveiling more as time...

A chiffon cake decorated with pinkish-red frosting strawberries and colorful sprinkles. Source: Tina Le

The Little Baker San Jose: Home-based Korean bakery whips up Asian-inspired flavors

Annalise Freimarck, Editor Emeritus | June 19, 2021
Le specializes in Korean bento cakes, which are miniature cakes around 4 inches in diameter typically frosted with detailed designs.
Source: Bay Area Dream Market

Walking down the “dream market”: small businesses sell local wares in San Jose

Natalie Marques, Reporter | June 16, 2021
Small businesses and food vendors displayed their creations in Downtown San Jose at the Bay Area Dream Market on June 5.
Source: San Jose Flea Market

Stop gentrifying San Jose: the flea market must stay

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 16, 2021
The San Jose Flea Market is in danger due to a city development plan, but this plan should be rejected to combat gentrification and protect low-income families of color.
Outside tries to find its niche in the milk tea market

Natalie Marques, Reporter | June 14, 2021
In San Jose, where milk tea shops are around every corner, Serena Yang has tried to branch out from the typical “boba shop” branding at
Tropical Bliss cinnamon roll

Only die-hard “cinnaholics” will like the sweet treats Cinnaholic offers

Carolyn Brown, Reporter | June 4, 2021
The vegan bakery Cinnaholic in downtown San Jose serves an array of delicious-sounding desserts, but they fell short of being worth trying.
Hundreds gather at San Jose City Hall on Thursday May 27 to remember the lives of the victims of Wednesdays VTA mass shooting.

San Jose community mourns after mass shooting in candlelight vigil

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | May 31, 2021
Hundreds gathered at San Jose City Hall to mourn the lives of the nine victims killed in Wednesday’s mass shooting at a San Jose VTA rail yard on Thursday.
Signs from Stop Asian Hate rally in downtown San Jose at the Plaza de Cesar Chavez

Activists urge for educational reform at “Stop Asian Hate” rally

Kevin Nguyen, Reporter | May 7, 2021
More than 100 people gathered in San Jose to advocate for educational reform that combats anti-Asian discrimination on April 25, weeks after people marched in San Francisco against anti-Asian violence.
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