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Silicon Valley stinks: The science and mystery behind the rare corpse flower bloom

This week marked the first time a corpse flower has ever bloomed in San Jose and may be a first for Silicon Valley as a ...

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Ethel’s Fancy opens soon. Its Michelin-starred chef says not to expect fine dining.

Chef and Owner Scott Nishiyama envisions Ethel's Fancy as a community gathering space where guests will pass dishes around the table and have lively discussions ...

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Vegan variety: 10 Peninsula plant-based restaurants to try now

San Francisco may be home to many innovative vegan restaurants, but there are several establishments on the Peninsula serving up delicious plant-based food.

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In Squires & Corrie Slot Machines, San Mateo has forced out a treasure most residents never knew they had

As the high cost of living and redevelopment force blue-collar businesses out, Steve Squires seeks to preserve his craft by leaving Silicon Valley.

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The 84-year-old Wing Fat Chinese Restaurant is closing. Many families are losing a home.

Wing Fat is part of an earlier generation of Chinese restaurants, a counter serving relics of Cantonese American cuisine that are starting to fade away ...

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Why Sweet Farm fled Half Moon Bay for the East Coast with its llamas, piglets and turkeys in tow

'We had to make that calculated decision to get out now,' says co-founder Nate Salpeter. Sweet Farm staff prepare llamas Sheika and Dolly for their move ...

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People are prepurchasing thousands of bagels as Boichik Bagels lures community investors

When Emily Winston opened her first storefront in Berkeley back in 2019, she cobbled together personal loans from members of her email list along with ...

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Death masks, embroidered portraits and public art: What to see at Stanford’s art museums this summer

With gas prices high and airline travel unpredictable, it might be a good time to consider cultural offerings closer to home. The Stanford campus is ...

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