BLOG ENTRY: August is normally a very hot month in San Jose—-hot weather, hot parties, hot entertainment and hot fashions! Hot summer nights are the best time to put on a slinky dress or jeans and cool off at Santana Row. There is so much going on every night of the week—-something for everyone! Click the “EVENTS” on Santana Row’s website!
- Father’s Day Specials at Santana Row
- What’s the best-kept secret in the salon?
- Memorabilia for Memorial Day all the way Summer Vacay!
- Annual Summer Fashion Shows (with Vernon Davis!)
- Go the Maxi-mal Length!
- Left Bank’s La Fête de la Bière, featuring Lagunitas Brewing Company
- Mother’s Day Gifts
- Join LB Steak for the U.S. Triple Crown!
- It’s Sandal Season!
- Futuristic Trends of Spring
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Jul 31, 2009 - 05:01 PM
Jul 27, 2009 - 01:41 PM
BLOG ENTRY: The English word squash is derived from a word from the Narrangansett language, akutasquash, which means a green thing eaten raw. Which although isnt always the case with squash, it is more so with the summer variety.
Jul 22, 2009 - 11:03 AM
Santana Row is running this fabulous promotion that I MUST tell you about. My girlfriends and I celebrated my 30th birthday at Santana Row last Saturday.
Jul 09, 2009 - 05:47 PM
BLOG ENTRY: The sun is shining, the air is still, it’s perfect weather for growing fruit. Yes, the long-withstanding argument over whether a tomato is a fruit or vegetable seems laughable now, considering that the tomato, whose more specific name is lycopersicum, means “wolf-peach.” Botanically, there can be no argument, as it is an ovary (with its seeds) of a flowering plant. Though not typically used in ‘sweet’ applications, the acidity can vary and many varieties of tomatoes can be considered so.
Jul 09, 2009 - 03:50 PM
BLOG ENTRY: For me, one of the many joys of summer is the abundance of fresh, ripe fruits & vegetables. Amongst these, lye the ‘Heirloom’ varieties, of which have become increasingly popular over the last decade. There is a large debate over what the true meaning of an ‘Heirloom’ is. Most of the debate is over the age of the seed variety, 50 vs. 100 years or anything before the beginning of widespread hybrid use by growers and seed companies, which was roughly at the end of World War II.