What Will You Discover at the Niles Antique Faire and Flea Market?

Early risers can get a day's worth of shopping done at the Niles Antique Faire and Flea Market before night owls are even out of bed. The market opens its doors at 6 a.m. and runs all day long until 4 p.m. in Fremont's Historic Niles District on August 26th. In fact, the fun actually […]

A New Spot for Sweets Near Marbaya: Honeymoon Dessert

Honeymoon Dessert's unique Asian treats have quickly earned it a loyal local following, despite the fact that this sweet shop only opened in April. The cafe debuted its lineup of rice-based desserts, fresh fruit smoothies, and a handful of savory snacks to an eagerly awaiting public. You might have to wait a few minutes for […]

Sip a Refreshing Boba Tea at Fremont’s New Who’s Tea

Whereas most boba tea cafes encourage patrons to grab a drink to-go, Who's Tea invites customers to sit and stay a while. Its unique lounge-like atmosphere and the full menu of food, including paninis and pasta, make Who's Tea an ideal spot for a full meal, not just a quick sip. Come to the newly […]

Explore Taiwanese Desserts at Meet Fresh

Ice cream may be the American go-to for a refreshing summer treat, but in Taiwan, it's the traditional icy taro ball. A brother-sister pair grew up in the Fu clan, a farming family in Taiwan, learning how to make their own taro balls using the freshest, highest quality ingredients. This same duo opened Meet Fresh […]

Limber Up at Xplore Yoga in Nearby Newark

Xplore Yoga stretches far beyond the borders of Newark. It boasts an outpost all the way across the Pacific in the world-renowned oasis that is Bali (Jakarta, to be specific), as well as another studio closer to home in San Jose. So the classes offered at Xplore Yoga in Newark are informed by a broad […]

Enjoy Contemporary Asian Fare at Yugo Ramen

Hot bowls of ramen, cool blends of bubble tea, and other contemporary Asian food and drink fill the menu at Yugo Ramen. The restaurant opened in May offering a roster of creative appetizers, ramen and rice bowls, and everything from milk tea to fruit slushes. Meet friends for a meal at the modern Asian eatery […]

Charlie Chaplin Days Return to the Niles Film Museum Next Week

When Charlie Chaplin came to Niles in 1915, it was just the beginning of his film career. He had no way of knowing he would one day become a household name as he embarked on his journey into film-acting with the Essanay Film Company. But within a few months, he had completed five silent films—including […]

Defy Gravity at iFly in Union City

The wind rushes through your hair as you hurtle toward the earth, clouds and mountains zipping through your periphery until you finally plant two feet firmly back on the ground. Skydiving serves up a dose of adrenaline unlike anything else, and you don't actually have to climb aboard a plane—or go more than a few […]

The Fremont Summer Concert Series Has Something for Everyone

Whether you like rocking out to early Elton John, Latin funk, or a totally different genre of tunes, you can look forward to the Fremont Summer Concert Series. From July 12th to August 16th, bands from all over the musical spectrum take to the stage at the Central Park Performance Pavilion for free concerts. Lake […]

Niles Canyon Railway: More Than Just a Museum

The Niles Canyon Railway is an integral part of history not only locally, but nationally. It served as part of the first transcontinental railroad in 1862, built by the Western Pacific Railroad Company. It would operate a route for both passenger and freight trains until 1984, at which point it officially went out of business. […]