New growth on burned trees

The overlooked women who saved the Big Basin redwoods

A new book on Big Basin reveals the important and untold role women played in preserving the redwoods, along with other new historical details.

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MLK weekend celebrations include service projects, ‘soundscapes’ and online performances and symposiums

While the recent surge in COVID cases has canceled many in-person Martin Luther King Jr. Day events again this year, local orgs are still offering a variety of (mostly virtual) events.

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Inside Fogbird, San Mateo’s newest cocktail lounge

Fogbird cocktail lounge in San Mateo aims to craft approachable cocktails in a friendly atmosphere built for the post-COVID social scene.

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Neighbors feeding neighbors: Rebyl Food connects Coastside community

Half Moon Bay-based Rebyl Food is delivering local produce, meat, seafood and other goods to Coastside customers.

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15 Peninsula sandwiches we’re craving now

We enjoy a good sandwich as a perfectly self-contained, hand-held meal or a decadent indulgence accompanied by a stack of napkins. These Peninsula sandwiches satisfy from bread to filling, layer by layer.

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Bike battle: How a spat over open space access in Belmont could shape preservation on the Peninsula

As the pandemic drives more people outdoors, cyclists, hikers and environmentalists are in a war of words over who can use two popular trails. Two cyclists on mountain bikes ride on a trail in Waterdog Park ...

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