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September 26, 2023
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Hofstra block

DISCOVER LOST GATOS: The Historic Hofstra Block

The iconic La Cañada building on the corner of West Main Street and North Santa Cruz Avenue, with its circular bay window and signature...
Saratoga ballet student

Local dancers playing memorable roles in South Bay-reimagined ‘Nutcracker’

Two local dancers are honing their moves to get ready for the upcoming “The San Jose Nutcracker” production, which reimagines the Pyotr Tchaikovsky classic...
Premier Theater

DISCOVER LOST GATOS: It’s showtime!

The imminent reopening of the Los Gatos Theater is the perfect time to take a look back at the history of this major downtown...
Charlene and quote

Op-Ed: Town must seek proof before recognizing ‘Original Inhabitants’

In a recent Los Gatan article, titled “Town’s effort to acknowledge earliest residents fraught with challenges,” journalist Drew Penner was attempting to shed light...
DJ Dathma and fellow DJ

Eclectic electronic event incoming at home of the historic Cats Saloon

*Updated Sept. 6, 2022 Daniel Reyes, the founder of Project Gasmask Entertainment (PGM), says he’s excited to be part of a Los Gatos rebirth. Though he...
Sidney French at home. (Drew Penner / Los Gatan)

The ‘Wild’ case of a woman placed at-risk due to sketchy...

The office of Harry Ryan was the place Jack London penned his seminal novel “the Call of the Wild,” about a dog that’s taken...
Suntan special

DISCOVER LOST GATOS: The Suntan Special

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy…unless you’re fighting bumper-to-bumper beach traffic on Highway 17. Even navigating from one side of town to another is...
Grant Ranch House

Historic house reopening to the public

After Josephine Grant McCreery bought out her siblings’ interest in a property in the Mt. Hamilton foothills, she lived in its main house until...
Lyndon Heights house historical photo

DISCOVER LOST GATOS: Lyndon Heights, a lost landmark

With plans underway for a massive redevelopment of the sprawling Los Gatos Meadows complex, I thought it might be interesting to share a brief...
Jack Kerouac and Al Hinkle in 1952

Jack Kerouac left his light in Los Gatos

Jack Kerouac would stay at my parent's house whenever he was in town, San Francisco or Los Gatos. He would sit in what we...

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