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From vintage tarot cards to a novelist’s autograph, this rare sale in Palo Alto will highlight unusual items

A framed signature from author Joseph Conrad and a 1966 U.S. Congressional subcommittee report on "The Computer and Invasion of Privacy" are among the ...

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‘People come here expecting things to stay the same’: Step back in time for breakfast at Millbrae Pancake House

With the average staffer sticking around for 20 years and a 64-year-old pancake recipe, it’s easy to see why Millbrae Pancake House is a sort ...

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Meet the self-taught Palo Alto home chef making Instagrammable healthy recipes

Palo Alto resident Fida Milki started an Instagram page to showcase her cooking. Thousands of followers and dozens of recipes later, she's just published a ...

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Facing climate change, Peninsula environmental groups brace for new battles

Four local environmental organizations are taking on a new threat: climate change, working to evolve along with the threats that could damage the environments they ...

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The Six Fifty’s guide to New Year’s weekend on the Peninsula

Still pinning down your New Year's weekend plans? The Six Fifty has you covered with our running list of performances, parties, multicourse meals and other ...

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From breakfast sandwiches and Korean barbecue to speakeasy cocktails, these were our favorite bites and beverages of 2022

Between the newcomers and longtime establishments (as well as some that are now out of business), our staff and contributors reflected on the past 12 ...

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Looking back at all creatures great and small: The Six Fifty’s 2022 year in photos

This year marked the full-fledged attempt at returning to some semblance of pre-pandemic times, with many annual events and customs returning to the Peninsula for ...

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‘I don’t know how this story’s going to end’: Pioneer Seafoods’ future on the line after Redwood City port terminates contract

The Pioneer, a 76-foot-long seafaring trawler, has left its dock in Redwood City and relocated to Richmond after its permit was terminated by the Port ...

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