Showing posts with label santa clara. Show all posts
Showing posts with label santa clara. Show all posts

Friday, May 17, 2024

Free Comic Con at the Santa Clara Central Park Library

What more appropriate place is there to host a ComicCon than a library? Well, perhaps a place that actually publishes comics. In any case, the Central Park Library in Santa Cara is hosting a free ComicCon on Saturday, October 12th.

The event will bring together local artists, comic book shops, cosplayers, and games for a full day of celebration. There will be panels, signings, anime screenings, vendors, crafts, and tons of special guests. They are still building out the full agenda, but some of their guests and vendors are already listed here.

It's rare to have access to events like this for free. If you're interested you can RSVP here.

Thursday, February 15, 2024

Levi's Stadium to host Six (!) World Cup matches in 2026

Levi's Stadium is going to have an amazing year in 2026. Not only are they hosting Super Bowl 60, but they will be hosting six World Cup games. Five will be group-stage matches and one will be a round of 32 match.

The first group stage match at Levi's is scheduled for June 13 and the round of 32 match will be held on July 1st.

Unfortunately, the US National Team will not start their journey at Levi's. They have two group-stage matches in SoFi Stadium in LA and another at Lumen Field in Seattle. Mexico and Canada will also play their initial group-stage games in their home countries. So that means all of the first five games will involve teams outside of North America. The benefit is the sheer amount of International tourism that will come to the San Jose metro for the game. 

2026 is shaping up to be a great year for sports fans in Silicon Valley!

Source: SVBJ

Thursday, January 11, 2024

The South Bay is looking for more action from Super Bowl 60 than it received from 50

San Jose had a lot to gain from Super Bowl 50. There were major events throughout Downtown San Jose, including the SAP Center, San Pedro Square, and Plaza de Cesar Chavez. Hotels saw a huge boost. Plus most of the costs and risks were covered by Santa Clara.

Now for Super Bowl 60 in 2026, the South Bay is looking to better capitalize on the event. Of the $240 million of estimated economic impact to the Bay Area during the last Bay Area Super Bowl, San Francisco got a whopping 57% of that amount, San Jose scored 12%, and Santa Clara only got a sliver at 7%.

Fortunately, the numbers might swing more in the South Bay's favor the next time around. Several San Jose leaders are looking at way to attract more of the attention (and revenue) related to Super Bowl 60. Ideas include undercutting SF for major hotel events, host simultaneous music festivals, food festivals, tech showcases, charity events, and so on. 

It may also help that San Francisco's brand has been in decline with high levels of crime, homelessness, and squalor on city streets. However, it's never good to benefit from someone else's suffering. If your read the source article, the president of the Bay Area Host Committee believe by working together the pie will grow larger verses trying to compete with one another. That seems like the ideal perspective for maximum returns. We also have to do a much better job of marketing the assets we already have, and there are many.

It's a fascinating read. What do you think San Jose and Santa Clara should do to keep more Super Bowl dollars near the stadium where the game is actually held?

Source: San Jose Spotlight

Friday, January 5, 2024

Updated photos of the tallest buildings in Santa Clara

Santa Clara is growing up. The Tasman East area at the border with North San Jose and Alviso is going to have several new mixed-use residential towers go live well before Super Bowl 60. Gillynova from Skyscraper City has a ton of new photos of the development in the area.

These are the first residential high-rises in Santa Clara (besides a SCU dorm) and feature surprising amenities like rooftop pools. The towers are 238 and 219 feet tall. There is also a new midrise housing building which you can see below.

There are plans for even more towers in the future courtesy of Related Co, who also wants to build hotels, offices, and an entertainment complex right in front of Levi's Stadium.

Source: gillynova from Skyscraper City

Monday, December 18, 2023

New details for University Station near Caltrain and SCU

A new development spanning 451-475 El Camino Real will add 406 units to our housing pool. The location is across the street from Santa Clara University and a five minute walk away from Caltrain and a future BART station. Like Valley Fair, it actually spans across both San Jose and Santa Clara.

The project will be a mix of apartment buildings and townhomes on 11 acres of land, specifically 298 apartments and 108 townhomes. 82 of the 406 units will be designated as affordable housing.

The four-story residential buildings will replace two-story offices and two parking structures. There will be no impact to the small retail center next to Caltrain, the hotel, nor the South Bay Historical Railroad Society building.

Currently there is no ETA, but the latest project drawings are below.

Source: SF YIMBY

Tuesday, December 12, 2023

CONMEBOL Copa America 2024 - Ecuador, Venezuela, Brazil and Colombia to play at Levi’s Stadium next summer

Levi's Stadium is already going to be part of the World Cup in 2026, but there is another huge soccer event coming to Silicon Valley next year. Last week, the South American Football Confederation carried out the draw for the group stage of CONMEBOL Copa America 2024 which takes places in the US this year. Levi's Stadium is going to get two really big games.

On June 22nd, the national teams of Ecuador and Venezuela will face off. Then on July 2nd it will be Colombia versus the nine-time Copa America champions--Brazil. Brazil has also won the World Cup five times, more than any other country.

This will be a tremendous event that will bring a significant amount of tourism to the San Jose metro and is a great amenity for the many soccer fans all around the Bay Area. Tickets go on sale in January and you can learn more over here. The full press release is below.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - On Thursday December 7, the South American Football Confederation carried out the draw for the Group Stage of the CONMEBOL Copa América 2024™️, which will take place from June 20 to July 14 next year in the United States. Based on the results of the draw, Levi’s® Stadium will host Ecuador vs. Venezuela on Saturday, June 22 and Brazil vs. Colombia on Tuesday, July 2, 2024. Brazil is a nine-time champion of CONMEBOL Copa América. 


This competition promises to be an unforgettable spectacle for football lovers around the world, with 16 participating teams divided into four groups and 32 exciting matches. 


The world’s oldest national teams tournament returns to the United States eight years after the Centenario edition. A great tournament that also featured six CONCACAF teams, as guests, and which this time has confirmed the participation of the home team, Mexico, Panama and Jamaica, with two slots yet to be decided.  


These two places will be decided by the play-off matches between Canada and Trinidad and Tobago and Costa Rica and Honduras on March 23, 2024. 


A total of 14 stadiums in the United States will host the exciting matches, four on the West Coast, five in the Central Region and five on the East Coast. The opening match will be played on June 20 in Atlanta. 


The Group Stage will be played from June 20 to July 2, the quarter-finals from July 4 to July 6, the semi-finals on July 9 and 10, the third-place match on July 13, and lastly, the Final on July 14 at the Hard Rock Stadium, with a capacity of 65,000 spectators. 


According to the dynamics of the competition, two groups will play in the west and central areas of the country, and two groups in the east and central areas. The competition will move eastwards, with the quarter-finals being played in the west and central regions, while the semi-final and final will take place in the east. 


In the history of champions of the CONMEBOL Copa América™️, Uruguay and Argentina, with 15 trophies each, dominate the ranking followed by Brazil with 9, Peru, Paraguay and Chile with 2 conquests, while Bolivia and Colombia have won once the tournament that began in 1916. 


Fans who want to experience the matches of the greatest edition of all time can register their interest at 


CONMEBOL Copa América 2024™️ 

The CONMEBOL Copa América 2024™️ will be played in the United States and includes 10 CONMEBOL teams and 6 CONCACAF guest teams. In this edition, this traditional tournament will be organized by both confederations. 


The 6 Concacaf teams qualify through the Concacaf Nations League 2023/24. The already known representative teams from North, Central America and the Caribbean are the United States, Jamaica, Mexico and Panama. The other two Concacaf participants will be confirmed after a Play-In between Canada vs Trinidad and Tobago, and Costa Rica vs Honduras. This Play-In will take place in March 2024. 


In the 48th edition of one of the continent’s most important competitions, this will be the second time in the tournament’s history that it will host 16 teams – having hosted the same number of teams in its 2016 edition, also held in the United States. Teams that have won 10 World Cup titles from FIFA™️ and the biggest stars in world football will take the field for 32 matches in this edition of the tournament in June and July 2024. 


Tickets for CONMEBOL Copa América USA 2024™️ will be made available starting in mid January. Signup at to be part of an exclusive presale opportunity before the public on-sale. 


Rocking the Continent 

The CONMEBOL Copa América™️ has an incredible power, it can make everything move, emotions vibrate and hearts soar. 


It makes the flags fly, the nets tremble, the stands, and the stadiums shake. Its history makes the whole continent proud, and our football beats with a united force. 


This competition has the power to bring out the best version of who we are: football, history, joy and passion. 




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About Levi's® Stadium 

Named Sports Facility of the Year for 2015 by Sports Business Journal, Levi's® Stadium is home to the San Francisco 49ers and serves as one of the world’s most technologically advanced and sustainable sports and entertainment venue. The $1.2 billion venue consists of 1.85 million square feet and 68,500 seats, including 175 luxury suites and 9,000 club seats, and was designed by HNTB and built by Turner/Devcon for the Santa Clara Stadium Authority. It is a multi-purpose facility with flexibility that has allowed it to host a wide range of events – including international soccer, college football, ice hockey, motorsports, concerts and various civic events – since opening in 2014. The venue is also expandable for major events such as 2026 FIFA World Cup, WrestleMania 31, Super Bowl 50 and the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Levi's® Stadium is owned by the Santa Clara Stadium Authority, a public joint powers authority established to provide for development and operation of Levi's® Stadium to ensure the stadium serves the goals of the City of Santa Clara. For more information, go to 

Saturday, December 9, 2023

Santa Clara approves plan to rebuild its former Downtown

63 years ago, Santa Clara had a Downtown area that was nearly completely destroyed. Eight blocks by Santa Clara University were leveled to make way for Franklin Mall and high-density housing that never materialized.

Now, the city of Santa Clara has approved a new plan that would restore Santa Clara's original street grid while creating three new public spaces and a retail shopping experience. The area was originally zoned to support 129,300 SQFT of new commercial space and 396 more residential units than it has today. The new plan would allow for 1,071 units and a whipping 729,620 SQFT of commercial space. Buildings would still be capped at seven stories.

If you look at the map below, the new plan would involve tearing down several existing buildings, including Park Central Apartments (which are quite old and in need of renovation anyway). I would not expect a brand new Downtown to materialize any time soon, the city is just setting the vision and up-zoning the area to encourage and support developers to create a future Downtown where the old one once existed. You can see see remnants and information related to the original Downtown in Franklin Mall.

Source: SVBJ

Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Luxurious 21-story residential high-rise proposed for Tasman with a surprise amenity on top

Tasman East by Levi's Stadium has been on a roll lately. Santa Clara's two tallest buildings are almost complete and already another high-rise is being proposed for the area right across the street from them.

Tasman East, Parcel 11 is a 21-story apartment complex that would have 198 homes, 310 automotive parking spaces, 110 spots for bike parking, and easy access to VTA Light Rail and the numerous amenities coming to the Levi's Stadium area this decade. The building is 218 feet tall with 3,000 SQFT of retail on the ground floor

There will be two amenity areas. On the 6th floor podium there will be an outdoor fitness space, yoga patio, and private patios. The second one will have something special. 

I was really hoping that San Jose would have the first swimming pool on top of a high-rise in the Bay Area (I'm looking at you Tribute Hotel next to the Four Points Downtown). However, if this moves forward it will not even be the first, but the second--in Santa Clara. The proposal has an epic penthouse amenity deck with a full pool, hot tub/spa, cabanas, and outdoor dining. Given our amazing South Bay weather and high cost of living, this is one luxury we should see a lot more of in proposed residential projects to help justify those big bucks. If you're wondering where the first high-rise pool is, it will be at the Tasman Senior Housing tower across the street.

As for the apartments themselves, there will be 28 studios, 87 one-bedrooms, 61 two-bedrooms, 15 three-bedrooms, and seven penthouse units. The average size of the units will be close to 1,000 SQFT.

Long-term, there could be up to 11 projects like this one with around 4,500 apartments total. This is just the beginning and the skyline is already surprisingly different around Tasman than it was just a few years ago.

Source: SF YIMBY

Wednesday, November 22, 2023

SJMADE Holiday Fair 2023 - Largest Holiday Craft Fair in Silicon Valley

SJMADE's flagship event is back on Nov 24th and Nov 25th (Black Friday and Small Business Saturday). This free event has over 425 vendors, mostly made up of artists, makers, and local entrepreneurs. This year there isn't a single empty space, every booth is spoken for. Last year it took me over two hours just to quickly walk through and look at every vendor.

Concessions are available outside Halls C & D and additional on-site food and drink concessions can be found near the main entrance outside Hall A. The first 1,000 attendees each day will also get a door giveaway, which is always an item not available for purchase.

Admission is free, parking is free, it's open to all ages and runs from 11am to 7pm each day at the Santa Clara Convention Center (5001 Great America Parkway). There is also a VTA Light Rail stop right outside the event. To see the full vendor lineup and a map--which you'll probably need--head over here.

Friday, August 18, 2023

Egghead Sando opens new locations in San Jose and Santa Clara

One of my favorite sandwich places has opened two new locations. You can now enjoy Egghead Sando Cafe in South San Jose at 6201 Santa Teresa Blvd. and in Santa Clara at 3957 Rivermark Plaza (North San Jose area).

They are known for their fluffy egg-centric toasted brioche sandwiches, which are often paired with bacon, spam, or chicken. My go-to is the B.E.C. sandwich which has thick-cut bacon, an over medium egg, cheddar, and house sauce. They also have a specialty called the Eggy which is a poached egg on top of a potato puree topped topped with bacon and chives. It's a perfect complement to any sandwich, especially with tater tots. 

They're open from 7am to 3pm on the weekdays and 8am to 4pm on the weekends. Egghead also has two other locations off of Capital Expressway and in Downtown San Jose.

Source: The Merc

Sunday, August 6, 2023

Levi's Stadium is hosting Super Bowl 60

Our neighbors at Santa Clara will once again be hosting the Super Bowl in 2026. Only two other Super Bowls have been hosted in the Bay Area. Super bowl 19 where the 49ers beat the Miami Dolphins at Stanford Stadium and Super Bowl 50, Levi's Stadium first Super Bowl. 

2026 is going to be a huge year for Levi's Stadium as they will also be hosting FIFA World Cup matches. The 49ers are planning to borrow $125 million from the NFL for stadium upgrades to prepare for these big events.

The biggest winner of Super Bowl LX (60) is likely going to be San Jose. There will be a huge economic boost including events, hotel bookings, and visitors flying into SJC. These will come without any sort of subsidy, liability, or major risks which will mostly be shouldered by Santa Clara (there is a lot of economic upside for them as well). 

Given the current issues San Francisco is facing with crime, homelessness, and the general logistics of it being an hour or two away with traffic--I think San Jose will end up with more of the planned events surrounding the Super Bowl than the last time around. 

Source: SVBJ

Monday, July 24, 2023

Taylor Swift is the mayor of what?

Santa Clara is temporary being renamed "Swiftie Clara" and Taylor will become the honorary mayor for two days. Shockingly, this is not an April Fool's joke. Also, KBAY 94.5 will become "Tay Bay" for three days and play nothing but Taylor Swift music. 

If you haven't gotten tickets yet, don't worry. Ticketmaster still has plenty for you starting at only $1,000 a person. Of course, those will be up in the nosebleeds. If you want to be close to the stage, expect to pay Super Bowl prices... $4k and up.

What does this have to do with San Jose? Unless you are a huge Taylor Swift fan and either have tickets or plan to listen to the concert from the streets (which thousands, maybe tens of thousands of people will actually do) you are going to want to avoid every freeway and major road near Levi's Stadium this Friday and Saturday. That includes 101, 237, Montague Expressway, and don't even think about getting anywhere near Tasman Drive.

The concert at Levi's Stadium will be the second time Taylor Swift performs at the venue, after her 1989 World Tour in 2015. She will be joined by two opening acts: HAIM and Gracie Adams, both rising stars in the pop scene. The show will start at 6:30 p.m., but fans will be getting there many, many hours beforehand. Some are even planning to wear adult diapers to not miss a single song, which I really wish was an exaggeration.

Source: literally every news site

Monday, November 21, 2022

SJMADE Holiday Fair

Over 425 local makers, artists, and creators will make this year's SJMADE Holiday Fair the largest of all time. In fact, this will be the largest holiday craft fair in the South Bay this year. The event will be hosted on Nov. 25-26 (Black Friday and Small Business Saturday) at the Santa Clara Convention Center across the street from Great America. Hours are 11am to 7pm and admission is completely free, including parking. There are also door prizes for the first 500 attendees each day.

For more info head over here.

Vendor List
  • (the) Lisa Inez - D5
  • 011ybits Pixel Art - R6
  • 9 Lunas Accessories - B9
  • A Jar of Pickles - P1
  • A Miyako M - E3
  • A Worm Friend - L4
  • Acardellart - I6
  • Adrianna Gluck - J4
  • Aechungg Art - Q3
  • Aegean Roots Co - A14
  • AJNA California - N4
  • Alice Reva Designs - J4
  • Alina Diane - R4
  • Alix Clo - Q12
  • All The Way Handmade - C9
  • Alma Superfoods - S20
  • Altar Ceramics - B16
  • Amapola - H2
  • Ana 'N Shy - R2
  • Apple Core Made - N14
  • Aqua Cherry - O15
  • Aquamarinejewelrystudio - L24
  • Arely Cardenas Art - E8
  • Art & Function - L11
  • Art by Julia - O4
  • Art by Paulina Hoong - G6
  • Art by Robin Klinger - F17
  • Art of Robert Liu-Trujillo - G20
  • ArtifexWax - R13
  • Artisans by Garima - D8
  • Arts from Glass - M3
  • Ashby Confections - T4
  • Atiso Garden - Q11
  • Bad Witch Crystals - C2
  • banh.bells - T8
  • bao by andrea - H20
  • Barkin by Brit - B19
  • Bart Bridge - I13, I14
  • Be Heart Now - S15
  • Bead To The Beat - F2
  • Bean Horse Car Designs - C15
  • Bee's Little Shop - E16
  • Beeyond Boutique - S3
  • Blue Pine - A13
  • Blue Seal Pottery - R10
  • bobo design studio - K7
  • Bobo Jewelry - I16, I17
  • Bohemian Moon Art - B11
  • Bonblissity - A7
  • Bonzi Studio - N11
  • Box Paper Scissors - M15
  • breakfestive - I4
  • Brigachero - L23
  • BVanSoi - N19
  • By Shawna Chan - H1
  • California Hats Co. - S1
  • Caoculator - D2
  • Carmel Berry Company - S20
  • Carrots & Hummus - Q9
  • CARTERA - E12
  • CasaQ - I3
  • Catch The Light Jewelry - M4
  • Ceramics by Jane - C3
  • CG19 - S14
  • Chains by Lauren - F8
  • Charlotte Truffles - C11
  • Cheery Human Studios - G15
  • cherrypugpie - G21
  • Chibi-Oneechan - B7
  • ChibiJay Designs - F15
  • Chibird - O7
  • Chilla Art Design - C18
  • Christian K Bonner - L10
  • Christine's Cookie Co - F19
  • Cloud Cat Arts - M12
  • Clouds Design Studio - T7
  • CloverLeafPie - A9
  • Color Cruiser - D11
  • ColorfulSheep - T2
  • CositasContreras - D6
  • Crafted - L16
  • Crafts by Saap - O10
  • Cuddly Potatoes - O8
  • Cyndercake - L20
  • D EL Beauty LLC - N21
  • Da Kine Hawaiian Stuff - I1
  • Dark Lantern Perfumery - B17
  • DAVENLY - B5
  • DazedWaves - O14
  • De La Luna Designs - R12
  • Demby | Co - F1
  • Derptiles - Q2
  • Designs by Masako - L13
  • Dirty Mermaid Beauty - P17
  • Doey's Originals - B18
  • Dream Vale Studios - S13
  • DreamCreamCo - O16
  • Dreamin Chocolat - J7
  • Dyedandgonetocali - T11
  • Earthside Candles Co - C17
  • Eddie Ramirez Art - H22
  • eden & zoe - G19
  • Emeri LLC - F6
  • Eminence Candle Collective - G8
  • Enigma Blanks - O19
  • Escama Studio - H13
  • Exhilo Apparel - B8
  • Felicia Liang - M7
  • Fever Dream Crochet - T20
  • Finding Vettey - T6
  • FLORA MAKES ME SMILE by The Pencil Circle - Q18
  • Fluffed Animals - I7
  • Foustman's Salami - J17
  • Fractal Flora - K15
  • Franci Cakes - H10
  • Future Bloom Apparel - N8
  • FuturisNow - C10
  • Fuyuverse - M10
  • Gabbie Gallery - D13
  • gigil party - R5
  • Gila Glass - E12
  • Ginger Lab - K3
  • Girl Boss Anna - L3
  • Girthybobastraw - N5
  • Glass Scout Studio - J3
  • Golden Hour Designs - B15
  • Golden Luxe Jewels - J1
  • Good Honey Handmade - R8
  • Gooseberry Designs - G11, G12
  • Goozee Pins - R16, R17
  • goyangii - D16
  • Grace Lee - S9
  • gyozados - O6
  • Hachi Bit - A11
  • Hamimo Small Things - T18
  • Happiears - S8
  • Hash Ceramics - K16
  • Healing Hands Reiki, LLC - L5
  • Hella Bay Clothing - F3
  • Hella Kinketsu - N5
  • Hello Lily - F12
  • Henry Noodle - N10
  • HolidayPop - D20
  • Hook & Yarn Creations - M5
  • Huang Pottery - C19
  • iikoshop - I2
  • IkaOuji - T16
  • Island Memories SF - A4
  • Island Shrimp Bottles - Q4
  • Italian Doll - R3
  • - S9
  • ItsKleine - E15
  • Itsy Gifts - E4, E5
  • Jacqueline Westermeyer Studio - G18
  • Jale - F4
  • Jaliren - C19
  • JaneLi.Co - N13
  • Jasmin Mostafa - H17
  • JayEm Boutique - T13
  • Jean Choe Art & Design - L21
  • Jerky Jerks Jerky Hut - C20
  • Ji Clothing & Living - D12
  • Jill Rachel Designs - A5
  • Joce - N6
  • Jodi408 - A16
  • JOJA Candles - F16
  • Jollymoonscrystals - P2
  • Joy and Jams - O9
  • Joy Blossoms Clay - P8
  • Juicey Gems - T12
  • Juliet's Succulent Garden - J13
  • Jumbo Jibbles / Harumo Sato - L8, L9
  • Jumping-Jax - L17
  • Kane and Ruby - O21
  • Kavaia Tea - B3
  • Kawaii Glass Co - M2
  • Kelsiekishidraws - Q7
  • Kidtzia’s Soapy Skin - M24
  • Kin Leaf Tea - M11
  • Kindred Cooks - H7
  • King and Queen Things - Q15
  • kinokurei - I21
  • Kirei Essentials - M11
  • Klaybykristina - S5
  • Knightkun - M10
  • Krafttee - F14
  • Kumalma - H9
  • Kyla Camille - M9
  • La Luna Designs - B17
  • LA MENO - B20
  • LaanMao - R14
  • Lacelit - B10
  • Laiberry Art - N11
  • Language of Knots - D9
  • Laruce Beauty - S11
  • Le Blanc Candles - F9
  • Le Petit Elefant - K13, K14
  • Leah Mark Designs - J10
  • Leena's Little Light LLC - L6, L7
  • Lianna Soap - P3
  • Light and Flicker - K11
  • Lilaque - R9
  • Linai - Q5
  • Linda's Obsession - P16
  • Lipton Cunningham - D1
  • Little Blue Cabin - I9
  • Little Shop of Florals + J.Duh - G16, H6
  • Local Color -
  • Love Through Letterpress - D15
  • Low Beauty - B13
  • Lunar Remedy - D17
  • Lvely Studio - R18
  • Mac's Topicals - R15
  • Macrame Kreations - H16
  • Maddie Bee Studios - S8
  • Made by April-Lynn - K12
  • Made by Cas5 - E9
  • Made by Chanamon - E1
  • MADGAL design co - Q8
  • Magical Girl Bella - O13
  • Magically Luna Shop - P9
  • Magnote - G22
  • Makenna Kwik - H15
  • Malaya Botanicals - R7
  • Malisa Suchanya Illustrations - H4
  • Mama Shaman Kuna Prints - P19, P20
  • Maria Javier Coaching - R9
  • Mary Hammond Designs - P18
  • Matcha Paper Co - B14
  • Matilda Bliss Studio - D4
  • McKinnon Collective - C16
  • ME Crafts - E6
  • Meelee Art - L16
  • mew doodles - D3
  • MicheleDraws - E10
  • MiGi Cera Candle Co - C13
  • Mike & Niki's Honey - N20
  • Millie Jay - G2
  • MiniDes - D10
  • Mirples Dirples - I3
  • Miss Maegan’s Bowtique - O1
  • MOB Leather - S12
  • Moe Meido - S14
  • Morning Crane Healing Arts Center - R20
  • Morning Tea - T17
  • MorninGlam - H23
  • Motif's Art Studio - G3
  • mtp_arts - P13
  • Munch N Grub - I5
  • Mute by JL - F6
  • Nan's Gourmet Foods - Pastamore - T1
  • Naoshi - H24
  • Naturals by Nisha - G7
  • Neko-Oi - A12, B6
  • Nellie & Kevin - K6
  • Nerdy But Still Girly - T10
  • New Growth Heritage LLC - A10
  • Niliah Arts - T3
  • normal Behaviour - F18
  • NÜR - P15
  • Occasionalish - N17
  • Old River Design Co. - S4
  • Old World Linen - P4, P5
  • On Point Pins - B4
  • Oyster Art Gallery - J9
  • P.M.B.Q. Studios - P11, P12
  • Pabkins - Fine Art & Illustrations - E19
  • Pacifico Pottery - P8
  • Painting With James - F2
  • Panty Cat - L14
  • Paper Picture Mama - F11
  • Paper Sweetly - O12
  • Parasol Paper - R1
  • Passage One - K10
  • Pear Life - L18, L19
  • Pen 2 Paige - Q19
  • PepperCut Studio - A8
  • Peripheral US - T19
  • Pinwheel Chocolate - M22
  • Plant Slut - C1
  • Plant'd LLC - M3
  • POKOPIPO - I23
  • Poppy & Quail - A6
  • Poppy Paint Studio - N15
  • Potato Illustrates - N7
  • Props & Pop - M20
  • Q Branch Woodworks - F10
  • quirky burp illustrations - J15
  • Racarons - E11
  • RainandJas - M6
  • Raphael Originals Jellyfish - H3
  • RC3D - P6
  • Real Mojo Foods - E2
  • Red Pantz - G13
  • Reed Artistry, LLC - I10
  • Reflections - A1, A2, A3
  • Renata Bartula Designs - H8
  • Render Goods - S2
  • Rinicake Art - T9
  • River Girl Farm Company - L4
  • Rockie Illustrations - Q18
  • Rogue Candle Company - M18, M19
  • Rosie Sterling Silver - R19
  • Roxanne’s Biscotti - J18
  • Ruthie K.Yamada Art - H22
  • S for Sparkle - Q12
  • Sabukana Designs LLC - J8
  • Sacred Beauty - O11
  • Saeyri - E14
  • sakuradragon - J11, J12
  • SaltyMamaCraftCo - R2
  • Salvage Flows - M23
  • Sandwich Bag Games - Q13
  • Sausalito Blue - L12
  • Seto Arts - Handmade Ceramics Goods - F5
  • Shelbe Shop - C5
  • Sherry Lou Studio - L15
  • Shibui Wood and Designs - I11
  • Shop Mai and Mariahs - S3
  • Sick Soaps - H5
  • Simply Handpicked Co - M17
  • Sincerely Daijoubu - N12
  • Skinbliss - J16
  • Sleepy Rhino - O3
  • slumptown supply co. - B1
  • Small Batch Jam Co. - D19
  • Smunchies Co. LLC - M16
  • Snippet Studios - G17
  • Soap N Hope (McJay Wellness) - S16
  • Something Jackalope - Q9
  • Something Soothing Co. - B8
  • Soulzential - S6, S7
  • Stars and Sprinkles - B2
  • Steamy Tech - M14
  • Stella Lumen Crystals - M8
  • Stephanie Hayes Pottery - M5
  • Studio Anai - Q14
  • Sud Scents - M1
  • Sudibear - E7
  • SumLilThings - A15
  • Sumsaara - O17
  • Super Kawaii Apparel - C14
  • Sweetdragon Baking Company - Q1
  • Sweeter than Honey Bakery - J5
  • TalkingThyme - M21
  • Tangleweeds - T15
  • Teappo - H11
  • Tenuiya - L22
  • Terra and Self - L2
  • Thank You Ceramics - O20
  • The Animal Box - G1
  • The Brown Sugar Shoppe - I24
  • The Chaga Company LLC - N16
  • The Concrete Flamingo - Q19
  • The Designing Chica - I12
  • The Didi Jewelry Project - G14
  • The Garden Home - N9
  • The Golden Era Of Cinema - N1, N2
  • The Kibler Elf - N22
  • The Knotty Corgi - I8
  • The Land of More Designs - I21
  • The Little Forest Ceramic Shop - T14
  • The Little Friends of Printmaking - K5
  • The Little Pup-up Shop - O18
  • The Little Red House - K8, K9
  • The Lola x Kenneth Collaboration - D14
  • The Ponnery - B14
  • The Source Zero - I15
  • The Weekend Store - N23
  • The Wildest Company - C7
  • The Wonderstruck Printmaker - G14
  • Thousand Skies - K1, K2
  • Tickle Me Lavender - I20
  • Tiny Egger Cheeser - C12
  • Tiny House Chocolate - O5
  • Tiny Right Brain Designs - E18
  • TinyMakesThings - T21
  • TOA - G9
  • Tony Bui Fan Club - K4
  • Toss & Throws - T5
  • Traveling Calligrapher - G10
  • Treasure California - G4
  • trivial PURSUITS - I20
  • Turq and Terra - F13
  • TUYYO Foods - I22
  • Unicorn Crafts - L1
  • Unsettle - E17
  • UpbeatPals - G5
  • Urembo Asili - P10
  • Usagiduck - C8
  • Utku Kids - O2
  • Veganly Soaps & Candles - Q8
  • Vinyl Resting Place California - T8
  • Visionary Arts - I18, I19
  • Viva Frida - P14
  • W House SF - N18
  • Waxy Waves LLC - Q6
  • We Rock Communities - Q16
  • Wearable Phantasy - S17
  • West Coast Vibez - S18
  • What the Pickles - J14
  • Wild Rina - H19
  • Wooden Contraptions - H21
  • Woof Baked Goods - R11
  • Woofboard LLC - B12
  • Yana Co Crafts - D18
  • Yarn Circus - J6
  • Yay! It's Vica - D7
  • Yinaya - Q20
  • Yoruco - J2
  • Yosemite Flower Farm - Q10
  • Yours Truly, Mary Anne - C6
  • Yum Me Studio - P7
  • Yuzu Soap - H12
  • ZEBA - H14
  • zizi & me - O20