New Movie Tells the Story of San Jose: Changing Boundaries

Any of you charmers slated to see the sold-out premiere of Changing Boundaries: The History of San Jose tonight? Or not but looking forward to seeing it soon?


New documentary puts two centuries of San Jose history into 80 minutes
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The documentary spans the city's founding in 1777 up to the recent past. The filmmakers pored over photographs, maps and artifacts in the collections of History San Jose, integrating the images into the film to tell the city's earliest stories.

Fun Film About "Life in Willow Glen" in the 50s

The ever-charming Cookie Curci turned on us to this fantastic film that brings post-WWII "Life in Willow Glen" to life. Whether you'll find it nostalgic or educational, we think it's worth a watch! Take a look...what's your favorite part?

I love the meeting of the "Willow Glen Professional Women's Association" as it reminds me of the great group of powerful professional women I meet with myself these days. Also, it introduces Alberta Trapani who owned a shoe store near Bergmann's -- she's the great aunt of my broker Chris Trapani who owns Sereno Group Real Estate with offices just down the street! Pretty cool, huh?


Life in Willow Glen 1080p

As editor of this third version of the Life in Willow Glen movie, I am happy to bring to you a new HD transfer done from the original silent 16mm film made in 1950.…

Graham Field

Built in 1935, Graham Field was a baseball park located along…