10 Twitter accounts everyone in the 650 should follow

Used to get your local news from Twitter, but having trouble dodging Trump? We got you covered. We’ve compiled the top 10 accounts you should be following on Twitter to stay in the 650-know and have a ...

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A kinder, gentler microbrew at Redwood City’s Freewheel Brewing

Cask lineup at Freewheel (Photo by Devin Roberts) On the border of Menlo Park and Redwood city, in a shopping center best known for its Sunday brunch spot, Squeeze In, lies a little brewery and public house ...

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Fred’s Place in Mountain View is where truck drivers and tech CEOs share a barstool

Follow the neon lights to Fred’s Place (photo by @jthepirate) Pauli Partti doesn’t serve fancy, craft cocktails. The owner of Fred’s Place on Old Middlefield Way in Mountain View has intentionally kept his place old school: ...

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A temple to Bay Area craft brews rises at Santa Clara’s Taplands

Tapland’s owner, Matt Hartenstein (photo by Dale Swanson) Taplands Bottle Shop and Neighborhood Brewery in Santa Clara, open just under a year, is quickly becoming a favorite destination for beer tasters and tinkerers across Silicon Valley. The tap room’s ...

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Love the Barron Park donkeys? Now you can help care for them.

Jenny and Perry grazing in their pasture behind Barron Park. The Barron Park donkeys have returned and fans of these favorite Palo Alto animals can now join up to care for them. You may remember that after ...

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Why Sunnyvale’s WeirdStuff Warehouse May Be The Heart of Silicon Valley

Rows and rows of weird stuff. Where to begin? When Chuck Schuetz started his own business reselling corporations’ unwanted electronics in 1986 he had no idea that his Sunnyvale shop, the WeirdStuff Warehouse, would become a destination ...

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