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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 ...

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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, ...

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From Dizzy Gillespie to Ray Brown: Stanford Jazz Workshop celebrates 50 years

Founder Jim Nadel recounts the organization's rise from its humble beginnings as the Stanford Jazz Festival returns June 17-July 30. "That idea of a jam session and then another session ...

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Why the owner of Burlingame’s Rasa gave up a Michelin star

Twenty years ago, Ajay Walia left the lucrative worlds of finance and tech to open a restaurant and spread awareness of the diversity of Indian cuisine. He wanted guests to ...

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Last call at The Old Pro in Palo Alto

Originally opening in 1964, The Old Pro has long served as Palo Alto's classic sports bar, even as Silicon Valley sprung up around it. That era is coming to an ...

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6 things we ate at the 2022 San Mateo County Fair

The San Mateo County Fair has returned, bringing carnival rides and games, Alaskan pig races and concerts back to San Mateo through Sunday, June 12. Along with the traditional slate ...

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New restaurants roundup: Mango, ube and grape sweets take over, local favorites expand and a French bistro arrives

Just in time for summer, cooling and colorful desserts are spreading throughout the Peninsula. From golden waffles topped with strawberries and ricotta cheese to dark purple grape bubble tea, there ...

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How Pacifica Runners has carved community on the Coastside through Strava kudos and themed 5Ks

The running club has expanded over the last decade through an all-levels-welcome approach.

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A smoothie bowl and a latte on a wooden table

Beachside coffee caravan finds a fitting home inside a Menlo Park luxury hotel

Burlingame native Molly Welton brings California Kahve’s specialty drinks to the Peninsula.

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Back on the ranch: 10 Peninsula farms that are open to visitors

From fruit picking and other seasonal activities to hanging with barnyard animals, there are farms throughout the San Francisco Peninsula that allow you to visit and learn about life on ...

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