San José, or San Jose, is the Spanish for Saint Joseph. It usually refers to one of two major cities. These are:
- San José, Costa Rica, the capital of Costa Rica
- San Jose, California, the tenth most populous city in the United States
San José, or San Jose may also refer to:
Other articles related to "san":
... the Coyotes playing in the four team Western Conference with RHI stalwarts Anaheim and the San Jose Rhinos, along with the expansion Dallas Stallions ... lost their home opener 4–3 in a shootout against San Jose in front of more than 1,200 spectators ... the Coyotes lost in the Division Semifinals to San Jose, 6–5 ...
... In 1972, as the company continued to grow in popularity and success, SJLOA changed its name to San Jose Music Theatre (SJMT), in time for its move into the new San Jose Community Theatre (ren ...
... The American Musical Theatre of San Jose (AMTSJ) was a professional non-profit musical theatre company in San Jose, California ... It was founded in 1934 as the San Jose Light Opera Association, a light opera company ... December 2008, it was the largest member of the San Jose arts and culture community with an annual attendance exceeding 150,000 ...
... Magsumbol previously played for the San Jose Skyrockets in the 31-team American Basketball Association (ABA) as an "import" in the US minors ... in the Skyrockets’ 160-101 romp over the Tijuana Dragones at the San Jose Auditorium on Jan ... Joffe arrived with team owner Kazuni Hasegawa from San Jose to check out Filipino players capable of playing in the ABA ...
Famous quotes containing the word san:
“the San Marco Library,
Whence turbulent Italy should draw
Delight in Art whose end is peace,
In logic and in natural law
By sucking at the dugs of Greece.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)