Must-visit vintners of the 650: Your guide to the Peninsula’s wineries

One more reason to love living on the Peninsula is the remoteness yet accessibility of the Santa Cruz Mountains wine region. Here's our guide to the wineries the area has to offer.

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How to celebrate Fourth of July’s return to the Peninsula

From concerts to fireworks, there are a variety of ways to enjoy Fourth of July festivities over the course of the holiday weekend, with many events returning after a two-year absence due to the pandemic. ...

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How Stanford’s early professors brought extravagant Queen Anne architecture to Palo Alto

Palo Alto boasts a hodgepodge of architectural styles that span more than 100 years, including Queen Anne-style homes that became fashionable in the 1890s.

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Take a deep dive into the winning images from the 2022 Peninsula Photo Contest

Whether viewing the world from underwater or using a flash to illuminate everyday objects in a new way, the winning images in the 2022 Peninsula Photo Contest bring unique insight to life's otherwise ordinary moments.

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Steve Martin and Martin Short talk touring together and ‘Only Murders in the Building’

The old showbiz turn of phrase that a performer "needs no introduction" certainly applies to Steve Martin and Martin Short, who play Stanford's Frost Amphitheater on June 30.

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12 can’t-miss items at Eataly Silicon Valley, according to an Italian food expert

Eataly has finally opened its long-awaited, three-story food hall at Westfield Valley Fair. A store with over 10,000 products can be overwhelming, so we enlisted the help of Viola Buitoni, an Italian food expert who ...

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